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Community Rallies to Support Fellow Students Taking Summer Internships in Nonprofit, Public Sector

By: Carolyn Shaw February 28, 2019

The Internship Fund (IF) is a special SOM tradition and first-year-led club that provides financial support to students who pursue summer internships in the public or non-profit sectors. Every year since the Fund’s inception in 1979, approximately 10 to 20% of the first-year class has received...

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From the Assistant Dean for Admissions: To Our Round 2 and 3 Applicants

By: Bruce DelMonico February 25, 2019

The admissions committee is currently hard at work reading our Round 2 applications (I’ve given insight into this process in a previous blog post), and, as you can imagine, this takes quite some time! While some students have already been invited to interview, we still have a large number of...

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From Sourcing to the Pitch: MIINT Offers Hands-On Experience in Impact Investing

February 14, 2019

Three students reflect on their experience in MIINT, an experiential learning program that tasks student teams with creating an investment pitch for early stage companies. On February 20, Yale SOM’s five MIINT teams will compete for the chance to represent the school in a pitch content at Wharton with $50,000 in investment money at stake.

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The Benefits of Job Treks

December 19, 2018

While the Career Development Office organizes well over 100 on-campus job presentations in a given year, they are also busy organizing job treks, which give students the chance to visit the offices of potential future employers. These treks are organized all over the world and in various...

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