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During Wharton’s EMBA program, Katherine Tan, WG’19, joined the Gates Foundation where she is achieving her goal of working at the “intersection of social impact and the private sector.”
How Wharton is Helping this Alumna Impact Global Development
Working at the not-for-profit J. Paul Getty Trust, Michael de Vera, WG’20, came to Wharton to gain the skills, knowledge, and network to differentiate himself and accelerate his career.
Why This Investment Analyst Says Wharton’s EMBA Program is Worth Self Sponsorship
Originally from Brazil, Vinicius Pires, WG’19, says his Wharton education will continue to pay off for the rest of his career.
Why this Student Sees the Wharton MBA as a Family Investment
Prof. Kent Smetters, faculty director of Penn Wharton Budget Model and a popular professor, shares financial advice for EMBA students.
Why This Business Economics Professor Says Self Sponsorship in Wharton’s EMBA Program Is a Sound Investment
Adam Beauregard is using his MBA education to further his Navy career, while benefiting from several programs that helped him pay for his degree.
Four Ways This Navy Officer Is Expanding His Perspective and Prospects in Wharton’s EMBA Program
These EMBA grads are using Wharton skills to transform social impact organizations, and the Bendheim Loan Forgiveness Fund makes it possible.
How a Loan Forgiveness Fund Is Helping These EMBA Grads Sustain Social Impact Careers
Negotiations expert Wharton Prof. Peter Cappelli shares some tips about how to discuss this important topic with your employer.
How to Talk with Your Employer about the Time Commitment You’ll Need for Wharton’s EMBA Program
Swati Patel, WG’18, gives the top financial advice learned by Common Cents, the MBA personal finance organization she founded at Wharton.
What “Common Cents” Can Teach MBAs About Personal Finance
Five EMBA students and alumni share their experience with self-sponsorship in Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives and why it was worth the investment.
Why Paying for Your MBA is Worth the Investment
“If you’re a parent considering this program, remember that you are already an expert at balancing work and home. You know how to prioritize. Once school is added onto your plate, you figure it out.”
New Single Mother of Four on Balancing Work, Family, and School
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