July 8th, 2010
The mission of the Simmons School of Management is to educate women for power and principled leadership. We are committed to the advancement of knowledge and practice in management through excellence in education and research. Our academic programs offer rigorous, applied, management education designed for women. We focus on leadership, and our programs integrate the strategic, functional, and behavioral aspects of management. SOM students gain the knowledge, analytical skills, and confidence that they need to manage successfully in dynamic and global environments. We are invested in our students’ success and support them as they launch, advance, and change their careers.
Information This Week
Note from Mary D
Note to August Graduating Students
Sports Analogy for Those That Like Them
Quote of the week
Mary D on Vacation Next Week
Concentration Info - Entrepreneurship: CORRECTION
Mahlet Woldemariam Won an Award!
MBA Office Updates
I am not sure that we could have had a more perfect weather pattern for your mini summer semester break over the 4th of July, and hope you all had a great few days off! Now you have to gear up for the back half of the semester! Graduating students really need to focus on this last month and not move into the checkout lane before August 4th! Everyone else has electives, finance, accounting, etc that really need you to focus and concentrate. I know it is hard because it is summer, but it is worth it!
Quick meeting before Strategy on Tuesday, July 13 from 5:15-5:50pm to talk about the reception and class gift!
Please return your ballots for class speaker and the Pat Miller award as soon as you can!
Maria Clark gave me a golf analogy for her cohort, which is the 3.5 yr cohort! She has just taken up golf as a new sport! "It-might take-you-forever-to-get-through-but-keep-plugging-along, 3.5yr program students. At least we’re on course and shooting straight – it will just take a little longer to get to that darned flag!"
“It seems safe to say that significant discovery, really creative thinking, does not occur with regard to problems about which the thinker is lukewarm.” — Mary Henle
Katlyn, Paula, and Darla are all around for anything you need!
Back half of Project Management is this weekend!
Concentration Info - Entrepreneurship: CORRECTION
Mahlet Woldemariam was awarded the 2009 Development Leader Award which is awarded annually by the Global Vaccines Development Team! Congrats!
Order your Fall Semester T-Pass
YOUR PERSONAL BRAND ISN'T COMPLETE WITHOUT A GREAT HEAD SHOT!
If enough women are
interested, we will bring Carla Osberg, SOM Leadership Conference
Possible times: June 26 & 27th or July 10th &11th
Please email date preference to Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Simmons School of Management
Photo Package: 2-4 images high (print) and low res (Web) headshots
Estimated cost if enough are interested is $250.00 per person.
MASS INNOVATION NIGHTS
Mass Innovation Nights connect Massachusetts-based innovators with the marketplace using social media. The monthly Launch Parties (second Wednesday of the month) and networking events are FREE for everyone - companies and guests alike. All we ask is that guests help spread the word about cool new products they see at our events. Blog, Tweet (#MIN), Facebook, LinkedIn or tell a neighbor or a friend (yes, in person, you know, talking…)
CONFERENCES AND EXTERNAL CAREER FAIRS
ALPFA National Convention www.alpfa.org
July 31- August 4, at Lake Buena Vista, FL (Disney)
Asian MBA Leadership Conference & Career Fair www.asianmba.org
August 26-28, in New York City, NY
National Black MBA Conference www.nbmbaa.org
September 21-25, in Los Angeles, CA
Women MBA Virtual Career Fair www.womenmbavirtualcareerfair.com
September 29, anywhere you want to be!!
National Association of Women MBAs Conference www.mbawomen.org
October 1-2, in Louisville, KY
Nonprofit Marketing Conference www.marketingpower.com/Calendar
October 11-13, in Chicago, IL
Reaching Out MBA http://www.reachingoutmba.org/
October 14-17, in Los Angeles, CA
SOM Annual Career Expo
October 15th, at Simmons School of Management, 5th Floor
More details coming soon!
RECENT INTERNSHIP AND JOB POSTINGS
NOTE: PLEASE LET LISA OR GEORGETTE KNOW IF YOU WILL BE APPLYING FOR ANY OF THESE POSITIONS, OR OTHERS ON CAREER CONNECT!
-Social Media MBA Intern @ Monster Worldwide
-Competitive Market Analyst Internship @ Dare Mighty Things, Inc.
-Marketing Analyst internship @ Joslin Diabetes Center
-Internship @ Massachusetts Office of Small Business and Entrepreneurship
-Research Analyst @ EIRIS
-Financial Planning & Analysis Manager @ KVH Industries, Inc.
-Online Media Sales, Strategy, and Business Development @ BurdaStyle, Inc.
-Strategy Associate @ Next Street Financial
-Finance Associate @ Peace First (formerly Peace Games)
Visit Career Connect for all the latest internship and job posts.
As a reminder, please
keep your Career Connect profile up to date. If you forgot your username and
password, please contact email@example.com.
Please do not re-register yourself as past information about you will be
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