Features articles

Humans of Wharton

Humans of Wharton

Kasia Janczura Growing up, I never really thought about my religion as a point of difference. Coming from Poland where the vast majority of people are Catholic, I never put much thought into it and didn’t think I would have to. But being in an interfaith relationship inadvertently leads me to discussions on the topic.

MBACM Travels to Hong Kong and Beijing – What We Learned

Whether you’re seeking employment in the U.S. or abroad, MBACM is dedicated to supporting every student’s job search. Every year the MBACM team has travelled to a location to expand our knowledge of the global marketplace, as well as collect and distribute key information about industries and companies to students. In the past, we’ve travelled

The Best Super Bowl Ads

With prices averaging $5 million for 30-seconds, plenty of national advertisers ponied up for the chance to connect with an audience that brings an otherwise elusive motivation to “engage” with commercials and brands. Given the stakes, most of the ads are the showpiece of much bigger, integrated campaigns. To win the Super Bowl, brands will

How to Get the Most Out of Welcome Weekend

Dear future Wharton Class of 2018 MBA candidates, Congratulations! If you are reading this, it is because you are an impressive, committed, and ambitious professional who is excited about coming to Wharton in August. (That, or you’ve hacked into a WG18 admit’s email account. Well done, we should talk!) As many of us at Wharton

5 Lessons Learned From New Zealand Coast To Coast Venture

Expect the unexpected. At Wharton, we are constantly inundating ourselves with information and data to prepare ourselves to make good decisions. However, information sessions, class readings, and Facebook stalking will not prepare you for the curveballs that life throws at you! Take for example, the weather on our Venture: when we ascended the first mountain

10 Things We Learned at the Dean Garrett Town Hall

On November 30, 2015, Return on Equality and WGA hosted the first ever town hall event between Dean Geoffrey Garrett and the MBA student body. Approximately 100 students came this open forum to listen and ask questions covering everything from diversity to Follies to adjusting to the job. Here, 10 things we learned about our

Going International? Here’s Some Recruiting Advice…

Every year MBA Career Management pounds the pavement and makes hundreds of phone calls and visits to companies collecting essential information for you about recruiting plans, candidate qualifications, industry trends, and expectations for the upcoming year.  We also put a significant focus on connecting with firms across the globe to source job opportunities and gain

Top