Every year, after wrapping up their first quarter, hundreds of 1Y Boothies embark on Career Treks. These treks are organized by 1Ys, with support from the various industry groups. Career Treks are an opportunity for the students to visit companies, big and small, in their office space to understand the organizations’ values and culture. This … Continue reading Winter Break Travels: Career Treks
My name is YaoYao Wang and I’m a first-year MBA at Booth. This past quarter I helped organize a West Coast Marketing Trek for my classmates over Winter Break. The trip provided great opportunities for Booth students to get a leg up in internship recruiting, get to know the great companies which hire Booth talent, … Continue reading How to Plan a Booth Career Trek in Five Easy Steps: West Coast Marketing Edition
The second perspective on Bank Week is from Matthew Richman, a first-year student and member of the DSAC Communications team. Although it sounds like Matt had a very busy week attending events, he still had some time to enjoy New York and to get to spend time with classmates!
Chicago Booth has always had a strong reputation for finance and economics (8 Nobel Prizes, but who’s counting?). Much has been said about its offerings in those disciplines so I’ll let Booth’s reputation speak for itself. What I really want to do is shed light on what it means to study marketing at Booth. I … Continue reading 4 Reasons to Go to Booth for Your Career in Marketing
This is a continuation of our previous post about treks at Booth. As a first year student, you have the opportunity to lead or attend career treks around the country. With the help of second years, Career Services, and Booth alumni, you are able to visit multiple companies within a particular industry to explore your … Continue reading TBT: Throw Back Thursday to our Thrilling Booth Treks (Part 2)