MBA

Johnson MBAs with their pets during Meet My Pet virtual event
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MBAs find ways to stay social from a distance

From online club meetings to virtual Sage Socials, Johnson’s Student Council has taken the lead to ensure MBAs stay connected during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Feam standing among two rows of flags outdoors
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An internship with impact at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland

Feam recaps his internship with the United Nations Office at Geneva where he evaluated progress toward the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and more.

Students from the Cornell Energy Club pose for a photo
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Park Perspectives: To change careers, follow your passions and abilities

Daniel Titterington, MBA ’20, explores how Johnson helped him identify and carry out his career transition to renewable energy finance.

Students high-five over a table of LEGO
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Park Perspectives: Operational concepts get real

Cecelia McDonald, MBA ’20, reflects on the very real benefits of applying the concept of utilization to her own life as well as her career.

Students stand outside in the sun in Ghana
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Africa Trek: An eye-opening experience and first-hand look at market trends

Guillaume Allard, One-Year MBA ’20, shares insights into South Africa and Ghana gained during Johnson’s MBA student trek to Africa.

Kelsey Cheng stands outside of the FreshDirect head office in the Bronx.
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Gaining insights into food industry sustainability with FreshDirect

Kelsey Cheng shares her experience working at New York City–based FreshDirect and FoodKick as a supply chain sustainability intern.

Six Park Fellows from the Classes of 2020 and 2021.
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Park Perspectives: Three steps in my leadership journey

Ashley Clark, Two-Year MBA ’20 and Park Leadership Fellow, outlines three steps that helped her navigate the depth and complexity of leadership.

Laura Georgianna and Jessica Rolph sit facing each other in chairs on stage., Jessica is speaking.
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Jessica Rolph’s journey from Cornell student to MBA to cofounder of two best-selling brands

Jessica Rolph, founder and CEO of Lovevery, talks about purpose, partnerships, getting acquired, and starting up all over again.

Students on the Cornell MBA Japan and Korea Trek
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Korea-Japan Trek: Learning about emerging markets and beyond

Hassan Ladhubhai shares insights and lessons learned from companies visited during his trek through Korea and Japan with other Johnson MBAs.