Sustainable Global Enterprise Immersion at Work

Mauricio Medaets, MBA ’17, MEng ’17

Untrashing News

by Mauricio Medaets, MBA ’17, MEng ’17.

Putting organic waste in its place — laying the groundwork for a cleaner and more sustainable America

Brett Lester, MBA ’17

The SGE Immersion: A True Consulting Experience

by Brett Lester, MBA ’17.

The Sustainable Global Enterprise (SGE) Immersion allowed me the opportunity to interact with clients and support a market expansion problem, leaving me prepped for success for my internship with EY’s Strategy group.

Jackie Barrett, MBA ’17

Finding My Place in the World and the Courage to Pursue It

by Jackie Barrett, MBA ’17.

Whether I was interviewing an executive or pulling retention data this summer, I knew from my Sustainable Global Enterprise (SGE) Immersion experience that I had acquired all of the skills that I needed to succeed and in a role directly tied to the people of a company.



Jon Tang-Kong, MBA ’17

Why SGE?

by Jon Tang-Kong, MBA ’17.

Why choose SGE? Jon Tang-Kong relates how his SGE Immersion experience gave him the necessary confidence and expertise to navigate tough problems and even tougher CEOs.

Marcelo Oliveira de Paiva, MBA '17 and Environmental Finance and Impact Investing Fellow

Unveiling the Energy Sector through a Summer Internship

by Marcelo Oliveira de Paiva, MBA '17 and Environmental Finance and Impact Investing Fellow.

During my internship on the trading floor of an energy company, I stumbled upon the concept of energy resource reliability and its importance to the energy sector. 


Alexa Ing Stern, MBA ‘17

What Does SGE Have to do with Mayonnaise?

by Alexa Ing Stern, MBA ‘17.

The SGE Immersion helped me find creative ways to solve ambiguous problems during my brand management internship at Unilever.


Luna Guo, MBA ‘17

Pursuing My Passion for Animals

by Luna Guo, MBA ‘17.

What does SGE have to do with marketing and animals? A lot, as it turns out.


Alexa Ing Stern, MBA ‘17

SGE: A Multidisciplinary Immersion

by Alexa Ing Stern, MBA ‘17.

Gaining exposure to diverse ideas and frameworks, as well as classmates and practitioners with extremely varied functional expertise.


Georgia Maloney, MBA ‘16

A Smooth Transition from the SGE Immersion to Ceres

by Georgia Maloney, MBA ‘16.

How the SGE Immersion and Cornell MBA core curriculum provided the foundation for a successful internship assessing corporate sustainability practices.


Aidan Renaghan, MBA ’17 and Environmental Finance and Impact Investing Fellow

Shades of Grey: Exploring the Intersection of the Public and Private Sectors

by Aidan Renaghan, MBA ’17 and Environmental Finance and Impact Investing Fellow.

The SGE immersion trek was an informative and inspiring experience in meeting people working on the front lines to create a more sustainable future.