On Tuesday, May 7th, from 11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., in the Room A74 there will be a student led discussion with Professor Doug Rae and Dean Garten about combining government service into a career in other sectors, including the private and non-profit sectors. Professor Rae was Chief Administrative Officer of the City of New Haven in 1990-91, and Dean Garten was Undersecretary of Commerce for International Trade, 1993-1995.
The CDO professional staff is offering interested students individual appointments to review search strategies. You may also sign up for a "3 on 1 Brainstorming Meeting".
From the Yale School of Management Alumni Association Keeping Alumni Connected with each other, with SOM, with the Yale community.
Sunday, May 5 12-3 pm Caulkins Courtyard
Congratulations to the Yale SOM United soccer team! SOM upset tournament favorites Harvard Business School 2-0 in the final.
Two groups of SOM entrepreneurs won awards in Carrot Capital's "Up to the Challenge" Business Plan Competition last Saturday in New York City. Both teams had business plans, created in Prof. David Cromwell's Entrepreneurship Class, that were selected for live presentations to judges. Carrot Capital Business Plan Challenge is a nationwide business plan competition geared towards helping student entrepreneurs get their businesses funded.
Train Upgrades, Original Receipts, No more mixing per diems and meals on the same day and Cancelled Checks as proof of payment.