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Taxes Served

Wharton MBA student Andre Ellis Jr. has created an on-demand startup company called Taxes Served that is looking to transform the tax preparation industry by offering a digital platform that connects users with experienced tax professionals. The goal for Ellis was to create something that would help improve the financial situation for low-income communities. Prior

Three Entrepreneurial Lessons I Learned

On November 16, 2017, I was in a Karaoke bar with my SSF peers in the city of San Francisco. I was drinking and singing along, waving and swaying to the music, waiting for my turn to sing my song “Lucky” from Jason Mraz. My phone ringed. It was a message from a friend in

Get Ready for Enterprise Recruiting!

This time of year, many first- and second-year students are starting to think about their enterprise job search.  In contrast to “mature” on-campus recruiting, the “enterprise” search is less structured, later-timed, and largely networking-driven.  Success is rooted in proactivity, flexibility and resilience.  In the coming weeks, look out for events and communications from MBA Career

AAMBAA Black History Month Programming

Wharton,   Join the African-American MBA Association (AAMBAA) for our 2018 Black History Month Celebration, “We are one, our cause is one…” Throughout the month of February, AAMBAA will host engaging and insightful events to showcase African-American history and commemorate the achievements of Blacks in America. Events will include Hip Hop & Jazz Musicology, a

Wharton Students Trek to West Africa Over Break

“What is Africa like?” As a first-generation, Nigerian-American, I cannot count the number of times I am asked this question by my peers. Africa is a fascinating continent with a rich history and a wide array of cultures. While Africa is lauded for its safaris and exotic wildlife, the Africa that I know, is so

Highlights from the Wharton Australia Trek

The Australian continent is a unique land, full of contrasts. Home to some of the most visually striking landscapes in the world, today Australia is a modern, democratic nation. Australia is often referred to as ‘the lucky country’. The title of Donald Horne’s 1964 book The Lucky Country was intended to be ironic, but it

What Surprised me in Antarctica

Every day in Antarctica, I was surprised by those small moments. When we exchanged feedback to team members in every AAR (After-Action-Review) , when we shared our personal stories and laughed to death, when we crowded in the tent playing poker games, when we heard the guide singing his original song “I shxt alone” in

Wharton India Club’s 12-Day Trek

We did warn them. Look left, right, left again and pray before you stick your hand out to stop traffic. And then cross the road. This winter, Tushar Singla (WG ’18) and I had the opportunity to lead Wharton India Club’s largest ever India Trek. Organizing a trip for nearly 70 people across 5 states

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