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"Meaningfull" Project Competes for Clinton Family Foundation Prize

The story of one team’s “Meaningfull” project, which has been selected for the Clinton Global Initiative University’s Commitments Challenge. Update: They won! Read More »

A Look Back on Summer 2018

Spinning, hiking, teching, and trekking – here’s how some of our student groups made the most out of the summer of 2018! Read More »

Nurturing a Community of Civic Leaders

“I took lessons from multiple Booth classes that helped me lead our board, funders, staff and community stakeholders through our change process. I can’t count the number of times I’ve started a sentence with: ‘In one of my classes we studied/learned…’ ” Read More »

Insight and Networking at the Booth Consulting Symposium

At the Booth Consulting Symposium, Evening-Weekend students get to interface directly with industry leaders to learn, strengthen their professional network, and get a sense of where they want to be post-MBA. Read More »

Some Wisdom from Wisr CEO, Kate Volzer, ’14

Kate Volzer, ’14, started the networking platform Wisr in 2014 using entrepreneurial skills developed in the Evening Program. Four years later, these lessons still come in handy. Read More »

10 Tips to Help You Nail Your Admissions Interview

The admissions interview is a valuable opportunity to tell us more about who you are, why this is the right time to pursue an MBA, and why you are interested in Chicago Booth. Read our top 10 tips to help you prepare for yours. Read More »

Evening and Weekend Students Compete in SNVC

Placing in the Social New Venture Challenge can be a major turning point for students working to get their startups off the ground, and again this year, Chicago Booth Evening and Weekend students are showing up to throw their hats in the ring. Read More »
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