First and foremost, congratulations are in order. You’ve been granted the opportunity to earn a degree only two percent of the population holds. Perhaps more interesting is the fact that many of you will also be getting your first summer vacation in years.
The halls of the the Graduate School of Management are filled with a nervous excitement as the internship-hunting season is in full swing. With some classmates getting positions early at Intel, Wells Fargo and
As a student Ambassador in my second year of b-school, I get asked a lot of questions. From responding to email inquiries from around the world, to hosting the casual visitor during class, to having lunch with nervous prospective students right before their big interviews with Earl, I can safely say I’ve heard it all.
Group projects are the worst aren’t they? Remember back in undergrad when you always got put with the worst teammates? There was always one person that was only able to meet at 6 a.m. every other Saturday.
I am writing from the other side. That’s right. I made it. Graduated. Took that MBA bull by the horns and held on tight for two years until the program flung me violently off into the real world – and into my dream job. But that’s beside the point.
UC Davis is world renowned for its expertise in the agriculture industry. This is one of the main reasons I chose to attend the MBA program here. Food and cooking have always been passions of mine which have turned into a desire to launch a career in the agribusiness sector.