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

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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 […]

A New Flock of Thunderbirds

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By Mackenzie Pedersen, Staff Writer As the end of the first Fall semester approaches, students are cramming for finals and dreaming of the free time they will enjoy once December finally rolls around. Students have bonded over the stress of classes, the laughter over a beer at the Pub, and more. Through it all, they […]

Outsourcing: New Era for Emerging Markets

By Sanghita Dey, Staff Writer “Do you need sponsorship?” was the question I was most often asked at  NSHMBA 2015. It was the same at almost every booth of my target companies. But at one booth, the recruiter asked me if I was willing to move to a developing country for an internship. Similarly, United […]

Trump to Thunderbird: “Build a wall” around Mexican students*

By Keith Blincoe, Staff Writer –A satirical take on the world around us.– Real-estate tycoon and presidential hopeful Donald Trump paid a visit to Thunderbird’s campus. Below is a follow-up letter he sent after returning to New York. –ed. I just want to say thanks to all the wonderful students and faculty I met on […]

Be Selfish and Report

By Borijan Borozanov Over the last several months I noticed a very intriguing phenomenon. The activity levels of my peer students on LinkedIn (at least the ones I am connected to) significantly increased. I find this to be a strong indicator that many of us have made a conscious effort to execute a more structured […]

Student Roundtable with Laureate CEO Doug Becker

This past Tuesday, a group of students were invited to be part of a Student Roundtable with Dr. Penley and Mr. Doug Becker. Mr Becker, the CEO of Laureate Education was on campus to meet with the Thunderbird Global Council and took some time out to meet some students. Mr. Becker started out with explaining why […]

Summer 2013 Internship Profiles

So how did some of us T-birds spend the Summer this year? We decided to ask some of our peers about their internship experiences, and here’s what they had to say: “My internship experience was very helpful in making me realize what my strengths and weaknesses are and what I really want to do in […]

GE Info Session Obsession

On September 23rd, the first information session for this fall 2013 took place at AT&T building. Ian Forrest, Vice president of Global Marketing and Clarence Nunn, Chief Commercial Officer, GE were here at Thunderbird to speak about the Experienced Career Leadership Program (ECLP). GE is a phenomenal company that has ventured into many industries such […]

CMC Reminders: Looking for a job?

By The Career Management Center This week we have a few updates from the CMC – read and sign up!   Career Week Corporate Liaison positions open Get valuable one-on-one time with participating organizations, speakers and recruiters by applying to be a Career Week Corporate Liaison. As a Liaison, you’ll handle all logistics for career […]

Capitalizing with GE

Thunderbird is excited to have General Electric (GE) on campus recruiting on September 23rd and 24th. GE Capital will be bringing some senior members of the GE Capital Group for their presentation on GE Capital’s “Roadshow for Growth”. Among the attendees will be Ian Forrest, VP of Global Marketing for GE Capital who is confirmed as […]