Don’t Be Yourself, Be Who They Want You to Be

Courtesy of Larry Kesslin.

By Bryce Bower, Co-editor I find business culture to be uncomfortable sometimes. I think I feel this way because so many small details have to be precisely in place, and first impressions are so important. During Foundations, a staff member told me I had to move my name badge from the left side to the […]

Down to the Wire: Tips for Landing a Last-Minute Internship

By Chris Barton, Co-Editor On Wednesday I heard back from an internship that I had applied for a little over a month ago. It was one I had an eye on for a while, and which I was excited about – but we were so close to summer that I was starting to get worried. […]

What Are You Doing With Your Summer?

by Emma Livingston, Staff Writer Summertime is when T-Birds migrate across the US and around the globe to put what they’ve learned in class into practice, or to take a break from hectic class schedules and enjoy some needed downtime. I asked 13 Thunderbird students these questions: Where are you and what are you doing […]

StudentSpeak: Career Fairs

Information sessions, company visits, career fairs all over the country? And it’s job search time again! These signal the beginning of the MBA school year and reminds students to be proactive in looking for an internship or a full-time opportunity. ‘Tis the time to move closer to your dream job! The CMC does put in […]

Plan B

  So it’s that time of the year when friends and peers are accepting offers for summer and full-time positions. If you’re one of those people, heartiest congratulations! If you’re not, do not fret just yet. There is still hope and you could still land interviews and offers. This is true for both domestic and […]

My Thunderbird Moment

My Thunderbird Moment I don’t remember the exact string of words in our first conversation. Maybe because it was effortless and happened over doughnuts: Munchkins from Dunkin’ Donuts in pretty pink and white boxes sitting on the pantry table. It was the third day of my summer internship and I was purposely lingering around the […]