Our next installment of the Random Walk Series is brought to us by Evan Coughenour, who went on the Mystery Trip. The Mystery Trip is designed such that all first-year students and their second-year trip leaders do not know their destination until they arrive at the airport on Day 1 of Random Walk. All they receive prior to the trip is a list of recommended items to pack! Based on what Evan has shared, it sounds like this was the trip of a lifetime!
One of the best parts of attending business school is having the opportunity to travel to amazing locations with your classmates. Class of 2014 student Mauricio Perez Benitez recounts his trip to Alaska as part of Booth’s Random Walk program.
One of the best parts of attending business school is having the opportunity to travel to amazing locations with your classmates. Incoming Class of 2014 student Ryan Grand recounts his trip to Colombia as part of Booth’s Random Walk program.
Continue reading Random Walk: Colombia
At the end of the last blog entry, I briefly mentioned Booth’s Leadership Effectiveness and Development (LEAD) program. Coming from a military background, I am no stranger to programs focused on leadership training, but as the program at Booth was easily one of the best and most enjoyable ones I have participated in, I want to talk a little bit more about it. Continue reading Leadership at Booth
As summer starts to fade away and the beginning of the school year comes closer, my second year classmates are returning to Chicago armed with stories and offers from our internships, and the incoming class of 2012 has returned from their Random Walk adventures and are now here in Chicago for Orientation. We all had great and unique experiences over the summer, and it’s interesting to hear the stories and adventures from old classmates or new friends. Continue reading Summer Recap