“With my MBA in hand I can confidently apply to challenging and exciting marketing roles in a management capacity,” says Coleman.
“I choose D’Amore-McKim because it was a good fit for a career changer like myself,” says Galusha, “it gave me the MBA experience while also offering a longer term corporate residency than other programs.”
“For career changers and career progressors alike, the MBA marketing concentration gives a holistic understanding of business while providing the flexibility in honing in on specific marketing skills,” says Burey.
“The real power of the residency is developing an ‘I’m ready to do it’ attitude. I never said, ‘I don’t know’ or ‘I’ve never done it.’ It was always, ‘I will try,’ and not rejecting something just because it’s new.”
Going to the D’Amore-McKim School of Business and pursuing a full-time MBA helped me acquire that global mindset; it’s the people I’ve met, the amazing professors I work with, all the hard skills and soft skills I learned. And then, the exposure I got through working at Hasbro. That’s something I’m really grateful for.
“My corporate residency gave me many things, but more than anything it gave me a confidence that I’ll carry forward through the rest of my career,” says Rice.
“My career decision has been hugely influenced by my successful and enriching corporate residency at LogMeIn,” says Johnson.
“I sharpened my analytical abilities through multiple projects working with big data in order to pull out the key messages. I also further developed my communication skills by working with people from different backgrounds in order to reach a common goal. Overall, I feel that I am well prepared for my future in the supply chain industry,” says Rice.
“I chose the D’Amore-McKim MBA because of its strong Corporate Residency program and the opportunity to spend this time of my life in Boston, which many consider the Medical Mecca of the world. I have been in healthcare my entire life and the chance to be surrounded by some of my childhood heroes—the minds that are shaping the future of healthcare—was a dream opportunity,” says Butler.
As a Supply Chain Management concentrator, Acker did his corporate residency at Raytheon. “I reported directly to a Vice President and was often asked to present to his boss, a member of the Senior Leadership Team,” he says.