Two-Year MBA

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.

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.

Ann Richards speaking in 2016
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Celebrating Ann Richards’s 32 remarkable years at Johnson

Known both for the warmth of her smile and her expertise, Ann Richards actively promoted diversity in Johnson’s residential MBA programs.

Taylor Nguyen and three teammates
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Park Perspectives: Seeing leadership through a different lens

Taylor Nguyen, Two-Year MBA ’21, reflects on the lessons in leadership she has gained from her classmates’ diversity of backgrounds.

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Cornell MBA ranked Best MBA for Management by The Princeton Review

Cornell MBA ranked #1 Best MBA for Management and top 5 for additional areas ranging from career prospects to most family-friendly.

Cornell MBA students with Touchdown the bear
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Meet 12 students from the Two-Year MBA Class of 2021

From philanthropists and scientists to U.S. veterans and hospitality professionals, Poets&Quants highlights 12 MBAs from the Two-Year Class of 2021.