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Maya Burns, WG’20, and May Li, WG’21, share their experiences connecting students to organizations in need and helping local businesses since COVID-19 closed their doors.
How 1,200 MBA Students Helped Small Businesses Survive the Pandemic
“The pace of technological advances is very likely to result in a new era in investment management. The future of finance will be more quantitative than ever.”
Why I Chose to Major in Quantitative Finance
If you’re a first-year MBA student at Wharton and you’re launching or leading a social venture, learn how the Jacobs Impact Entrepreneur Prize can help power your startup.
Two Crucial Things Student Social Entrepreneurs Need — and How to Get Them
Sharing Stories to Find Common Ground at One Wharton Week
Wharton helps students accelerate their careers whether they are staying in the military, planning a future transition, or working in the private sector.
How Wharton’s EMBA Program Adds Value for Military Students
“Despite what school often teaches us, being successful, or in this case, winning Survivor, doesn’t come from being the best, most likable, or the most athletic.”
Kellee Kim, WG’19 Takes on the Challenges of Survivor
Jason Lepes, WG’20, is combining his passion for food and cooking with new business skills to help grow the startup Foodkick.
A Passion for Food Led this Foodkick Co-Founder to Wharton
The Wharton Impact Venture Associates (WIVA) program gives students hands-on experience in impact investing. Four students reflect on lessons learned from assessing real impact venture capital deals.
What 4 WIVA Students Learned From Real-World Impact Investing Experience
Learn about Wharton Social Impact Initiative’s student programs, with opportunities in impact investing, consulting, social entrepreneurship, research, community building, and more.
Welcome Back to Campus: 7 Social Impact Programs for Student Changemakers
Turner Social Impact Society member Stephanie Wu, W’20, consulted for Asociacion CREAR, an educational nonprofit in Costa Rica. Working on the ground in Costa Rica, she learned four important lessons about small nonprofits.
What I Learned About Small Nonprofits from an NGO in Costa Rica
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