I am pleased to invite you to my Amherst interviews on Thursday, Nov. 29, when I will discuss the Tuck Business Bridge Program. “Bridge,” now in its 17th year, is taught by senior M.B.A. faculty at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, the oldest M.B.A. school in the nation. Liberal arts and sciences sophomores, juniors and seniors gain early career advantage for performing well in the corporate, social enterprise and nonprofit sectors. The majority later attend top M.B.A., law or public policy schools. Amherst students have attended Bridge annually since Bridge’s 1997 founding.
The Tuck Business Bridge Program is a one-month intensive summer academic Program, covering financial accounting, marketing, managerial economics, corporate finance, spreadsheet modeling, management communication, strategy and team valuation projects, for talented sophomores, juniors and seniors from 60 top liberal arts and sciences colleges and 25 countries. A wide spectrum of majors is represented. Bridge students also benefit from extensive resume counseling, career panels, on-campus interviews and a Career Fair.
Bridge will be offered twice in 2013: June 10 to July 6 and July 15 to Aug. 9.
To sign up, register and upload a resume in Quest.
For more information, go to www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/bridge and click on the Bridge student video.
I look forward to meeting with you.