“The Full-Time MBA program has given me confidence, pure and simple. . . . I now have an analytical framework and thought process that can guide me no matter what situation I’m in.”
“Accepting this corporate residency position has been a life-changer for me. It’s a reaffirmation that I’m doing the right things and moving toward what I’ve been working for all this time.”
“This experience opened my mind to how people learn and operate differently. This is an important skill for someone like me who wants to become a leader in a smaller company.”
“When I did my residency in finance, I was surprised by how much I liked the field…As a result of that experience, I have accepted a full-time job in finance.”
A tech-savvy intrapraneur, Robert Hass is used to driving innovation from inside companies. Guided by a D’Amore-McKim MBA and a keen sense of social consciousness, he aims to help corporations do well while doing right by society.
“I have developed a confidence to trust my inner voice in a room of other business-minded individuals – not just as a mark of my own thoughts, but also as a way to hone my own thinking by allowing my ideas to interact comfortably with the thought processes of others,” says Ali.
“After the MBA at Northeastern, you will be ready to understand business challenges in a global way and tackle them from a holistic perspective,” says Aranzazu,”the MBA will give me the tools I need in order to achieve my long-term goals.”
“I am someone who learns best by a hands-on model so the decision to enroll in a program that not only educates me but gives me an opportunity to apply what I’ve learned in the corporate residency made the decision a no-brainer,” says Hoffman.
“No other university offered a comparable option that would enable a career-switcher like myself to gain 6 months to a year of applicable work experience while at the same time working towards the completion of an MBA,” says Adarkwa.
“With my MBA in hand I can confidently apply to challenging and exciting marketing roles in a management capacity,” says Coleman.