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Reflections of a Booth MBA: Family, Student, and Alumni Community

As I’m wrapping up my last quarter here at Chicago Booth, my mind is running through a whirlwind of what seems like far-off memories.  The drive from Colorado, first day of classes, investment banking recruiting, trips across the world, and the list goes on.  Contemplating what I imagine will eventually seem like a small glimpse in time, I find myself reflecting on one aspect of this experience that I feel is illustrative of the whole.

My first year at Business School was tough.  Awash with a number of competing tasks—moving to a new city, navigating the waters of recruiting, maintaining a family, nurturing lifelong friendships—it was critical that I had the right network in place to help alleviate some of the stress, so that I may successfully emerge from this experience.  More often than not, I came to find that members of the African American MBA Association (AAMBAA) were more than willing to fill this gap.  AAMBAA has served as more than just a professional resource, it has been my family. 

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Congratulations, New Admits!

On behalf of The Booth Experience team and the entire Booth community, we want to say congratulations to all of the new Class of 2020 Round 1 admits!

Whether you’ve wanted to get your MBA since high school or recently decided  to pursue the MBA path, we are so excited for you! Congratulations — you deserve it! This is a really special time, so make sure you take the time to celebrate over the holiday season.

Welcome to the Booth Family!