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Webinar Series: Accepted! Now What?
Gaining admission to a top business school is an amazing accomplishment... but what happens now? How do you pick a school? How do you prepare? How do you leave your place of employment? Most importantly, how do you pay for it?!
Join Clear Admit, Juno & a few additional special guests over this three-part webinar series as we help prepare you for what's next!

Dates / Topics (all events at 8pm Eastern):
January 11th - How to select a school and how to prepare for your return to the classroom.
January 18th - Pre-MBA internships
January 25th - How to pay for school.

You can register for any event or all three - we hope to see you there!

Guest Speakers:
January 18th - Pre-MBA Internships
Alfre Wimberley (MIT/private equity pre mba internship)
Ben Hayes (HBS/VC pre mba internship)
Alejandra Castano (Wharton/consulting pre-mba recruiting)
Emma Granowitz (Booth/Startup Tech pre-mba)
Pedro (MIT, Juno)
Kevin (Booth, Juno)

January 25th - How to pay.
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Speakers

Alfre Wimberley
MBA Candidate @MIT Sloan
I am a full-time MBA student at MIT Sloan on the Finance track. Currently, I am recruiting for Investment Banking. My academic background is in Environmental Science and Chemistry with a concentration in energy and sustainability from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Over the last four years, I have worked as a sustainability professional across finance, politics, and consulting. I'm excited to meet you all in the discussion today!
Emma Granowitz
MBA Candidate @Chicago Booth
Emma Granowitz is a first year MBA student at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Prior to Booth she worked at Boston Consulting Group where she managed global recruitment for the corporate Marketing function, hiring for roles from Editorial to Branding. Not only did she partner with functional leads on organization and compensation strategy, she also helped to build BCG’s first ever global recruiting analytics dashboard and optimized purchasing decisions of the recruitment function. Before beginning her MBA, Emma interned with Tech For Non-Techies, a Booth founded Startup focused on enhancing skills of non-technical professionals looking to work in the tech world. At TFNT she worked on product development, growth strategy, and research.
Alejandra Castaño
MBA Candidate @The Wharton School
Alejandra Castaño, is currently an MBA student at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Prior to that, she worked at BlackRock in the Corporate Strategy and Corporate Sustainability teams where she worked closely with the C-suite on firm strategic projects. Alejandra is originally from Queens, NY and will be interning at the BCG offices in NY during the summer of 2022. Alejandra also holds a BA in Economics from Columbia University.