The career resources you need to successfully transition into a career in business.
During the program, you will participate in a number of workshops with Tuck Career Services on topics like resume writing, networking skills, and interview preparation designed to empower you as you prepare for your job search. Current Tuck MBA students will also be available to help you with these topics during one-on-one coaching sessions. The culmination of this practical work is Next Step's career day event—an entire day dedicated to panel discussions on industries and job functions, networking with professionals from a variety of companies, and meeting with recruiters from top employers. Career day is your opportunity to test the waters with your new knowledge and skills and lay the foundation for a plan to continue your forward momentum once you leave campus.
But the career support you'll receive on campus is just the start—when you leave Hanover, you'll have access to, and be a part of, one of the most powerful alumni networks in the world.
2018 Career Day Panels
Career day panel discussions kickstart your job search process by exposing you to companies and job functions in today's business world. The 2018 panels featured professionals from a variety of industries:
Finance, Banking, Real Estate
Michael Burbank D'13, Wells Fargo
Chris Choi, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Ed Glassmeyer T'68, Oak Investment Partners
Caitlin Leverenz Smith TNS'17, Visa
John Tyree T'95, Morgan Stanley
Morgan Hanlon, PhilMor
Jack O'Toole T'14, FreshAir
Mike Steadman, Ironbound USA
Dan Sullivan, PowerAdvocate
Kyle Teamey D'98, In-Q-Tel
Health Care, Biotech
Kelly Albert AMP'17, Medtronic
Sarah Apgar T'11, Groups
Janessa Gray, Global Rescue
Jimmy Sopko, Athos
Rob Spignesi, Rapid Micro Bio
Mark Bjorgen AMP'17, BAE Systems
Chad Chorzelewski TNS'17, Chewy.com
Jake Cornelius, Palantir Technologies
Pete Mamone, Google
Susannah Stokes, Facebook
Maggie Ward TNS'17, Amazon
Steve Janco T'16, McKinsey & Company
Paul Movizzo TNS'17, Creare
John Reed T'79, Quinn Reed Associates
Mike Scarpa, KPMG