MBA Roll Call with the Yale School of Management!
Greenwich, CT • December 19, 2006
85 Broads invites you to join Linda DePoto, Assistant Director of Admissions at the Yale School of Management, along with current SOM students from our network and members of the Admissions team on...
Tue, Dec 19 12:00 PM - Wed, Dec 20 5:00 AM ESTN/A
85 Broads headquarters are located at:
115 E Putnam Ave
Greenwich, CT 06830
85 Broads invites you to join Linda DePoto, Assistant Director of Admissions at the Yale School of Management, along with current SOM students from our network and members of the Admissions team on DECEMBER 19TH at 12PM EST for an MBA ROLL CALL!
The 85 Broads MBA Roll Call program connects you to Admissions Directors at top graduate business schools who can best answer your toughest questions. How many years of work experience do you need before applying to B-school? Who should be writing your recommendations? Get all of your questions answered during our monthly calls!
PLEASE RSVP to <a href=“mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org” by December 18th!
Dial-in information will be provided after we receive your RSVP.
The Yale MBA Difference
(Information below from the Yale School of Management)
Innovation: The Yale School of Management (SOM) is leading a revolution in management education. We instituted an all-new core curriculum this academic year that aligns the way management is taught with the way managers operate every day, and challenges students to shape their career goals around their personal values and aspirations.
Business Knowledge: SOM’s new core curriculum cuts across functional boundaries to provide management education in a richer, more relevant context. Instead of teaching traditional business school courses, such as marketing, finance, and accounting, SOM’s approach is structured around the organizational roles a manager must engage, motivate, and lead in order to solve problems – or make progress – within organizations. These roles are both internal – the Innovator, the Operations Engine, the Employee, and Sourcing and Managing Funds (or CFO) – and external – the Investor, the Customer, the Competitor, and State and Society.
Size and Scope: Our students have the best of both worlds; they are able to study in an intimate environment while at the same time having all of Yale University at their fingertips. SOM is one of the smallest of the top-tier business schools, with about two hundred full-time MBA students per class. Yale University offers tremendous cultural and intellectual resources, and during the second year, SOM students are free to take electives at any other graduate or professional school at Yale.
Leadership Learning: True leadership is about having the purpose and the passion to make a positive difference, both in and out of the workplace. Our mission is to educate leaders for business and society, and leadership is a theme that is prevalent in everything we do. We bring CEOs to campus as part of our Leaders Forum, to impart some of their knowledge to our students. Students hone their leadership skills by heading one of over 60 student clubs on campus or serving on student government.
Global Alumni Network: Not only are Yale SOM alumni leaders in every sector, industry, and region, but they are unequivocally dedicated to the institution (we have one of the highest alumni giving participation rates among leading business schools) and to current students. Our students have access to both the SOM alumni network and the broader Yale University alumni network.
Engaged Community: The community at SOM is tight-knit and vibrant, and the opportunities to get involved are endless. Whether it is sitting on a board of a non-profit in New Haven, playing club hockey, or planning SOM’s annual private equity conference, there’s something for everyone.
For more information about the Yale School of Management, visit www.mba.yale.edu.
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