Wharton Stories: Recruiting

Warby Parker co-CEO and co-founder Neil Blumenthal, WG’10, returned to Wharton Pre-Term for a conversation with Prof. Stephanie Creary about how to build diversity and inclusion.

How Warby Parker Builds an Inclusive Workforce: Takeaways from Wharton MBA Pre-Term

Student Robert Chen, WG’19, explains how a Wharton MBA can help “level the playing field” for first-generation college graduates.

How Wharton’s EMBA Program Adds Value for First Generation Students

Jennifer Savoie, Senior Associate Director in Wharton MBA Career Management, gives advice and insights into how jobseekers can build meaningful, dynamic social impact careers.

Careers in Social Impact and Business: Insights from MBA Career Management

As gender differences in negotiation strategies narrow, Wharton Prof. Peter Cappelli advises women to rely on data to combat bias and persuasion to maintain strong business relationships.

Wharton Prof. Peter Cappelli on the Best Negotiations Strategies for Women Now

Whether you want to switch to a new function in your current organization or pivot to a new industry, Wharton’s Career Team offers coaching for long-term success.

Five Tips from Career Director Dawn Graham for Making a Career Change

Aidan Thornton, W’17, wasn’t sure about his path until he conducted research with Prof. Susan Wachter into real estate finance through the Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR).

How the Summer Program for Undergraduate Research Helped This Undergrad Discover Passion for Real Estate Finance

“My commitment to diversity is driven by the opportunities that I have been given and the position that I currently have. I feel a great responsibility and obligation to lift as I climb.”

How This EMBA Alum’s Commitment to Lifelong Learning and Diversity Keep Him Connected

Bryan Mena-Martinez has learned how to make the most of his time at Penn and Wharton — and after.

How This Wharton Student Is Making the Most of His Time at Penn

Victoria Cheng, WG’17, G’17, is pursuing opportunities in new technologies — and when you’re taking the road less traveled, you have to put in plenty of footwork.

An MBA Techie Shares 6 Strategies for Recruiting

I have truly fallen for the City of Brotherly Love, enough so that I will be calling it home after graduation.

How Philadelphia Won Over a Warm-Weather MBA Student