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SEMESTER SERIES: KATIE HULL – CAREER TREK WEEK

One of my personal highlights of the first semester at GBS was Career Trek Week, where Emory organizes a range of different treks for first year students based on their career interests. There are traditional treks for those pursuing careers in Investment Banking, Marketing, and General Management, and there are more specific options like the Energy Trek in Houston and the Tech Trek in Seattle and San Francisco. Unsurprisingly, the Tech Trek, which included visits to Google and Amazon, was very popular. There were two Marketing Treks this year, one to New York and one here in Atlanta. Since...

SEMESTER SERIES: KATIE HULL – TEAM BUILDING WITH GOIZUETA

SEMESTER SERIES: KATIE HULL – TEAM BUILDING WITH GOIZUETA

One of the most exciting (and sometimes challenging) aspects of business school is working closely with a new team, in an often highly intensive, high stress environment. As if the first semester isn’t demanding enough, business schools up the ante by placing you in a group of 5-6 strangers with whom you’ll spend countless hours over the next four months. Getting to work closely with a new and diverse team was one aspect of business school I was most excited for, and my team did not disappoint. Our team of six represents four different countries and six different industries....

TWO-YEAR MBA PROFILE FEATURING KATIE HULL

We asked a few of our fresh Two-Year MBA current students to blog regularly in order to provide a snapshot of their Goizueta experience over the course of their first year. Meet Katie Hull 16MBA. Name: Katie L. Hull Class Year: 2016 Concentration: Marketing and Entrepreneurship Previous Employer & Position: Sales Manager, Lifebooker Undergraduate Institution & Major: New York University, Journalism Why I chose Goizueta: After a great experience at a large undergraduate program, I wanted to challenge myself in a different, more intimate environment. As the smallest top 20 programs, Goizueta allows me to build life-long relationships with my classmates while pursuing seemingly endless opportunities to...