Students and MBA Career Management co-organize Career Treks within the U.S., as well as to destinations around the world. Students travel to the region for a series of group informational interviews with prominent companies. In the 2011-12 academic year, students on over 40 career treks traveled to more than 185 companies based on student interest and included sectors such as Venture Capital/Private Equity, Technology, Real Estate, Biotech/Health Care, and Media and Entertainment.
During 2015 Spring Break, Wharton MBAs dispatched to Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean on treks for cultural exploration and recreation. Cuba As soon as the Obama administration loosened travel restrictions for Americans traveling to Cuba, students at the Wharton Lauder institute decided to explore the country’s sights and culture of this…Read More
Exactly a year ago, Nohemie Sanon and Gena Brown (WG’15), both Wharton MBAs Class of 2015, organized a cultural immersion trip to Haiti where fellow students and travelers toured museums, enjoyed local food and met with officials of the Haiti Ministry of Tourism. Read the full story in the Wharton…Read More
Each year, second-year Wharton EMBA students spend a week abroad examining how businesses develop and implement strategy in a competitive global context. While that trip is the culmination of their International Seminar, it’s not uncommon for students to organize additional treks to gain further insight into the economic, political, social…Read More