Sustainable Global Enterprise Immersion at Work
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Climate Corps offers a set of critical challenges that require creative thinking relevant to an MBA education.
The SGE Immersion visited Calvert’s offices as a part of its 3-day trek to Washington D.C. and learned how Calvert seeks to encourage management teams to adopt or improve their company’s sustainability practices.
SGE immersion students learn that in light of climate change, the DOD is at the forefront of managing their carbon footprint, conducting research on alternative fuels and energy, and integrating green practices into their day-to-d...
During the SGE immersion trek to New York City, students visit the Metropolitan Transport Authority (MTA) which runs New York City’s buses, subways and railroads. Counter to popular belief, it is a company that uses technoplogy in...
SGE immersion student, Jackie Longner (MBA ’14) discusses GE’s plans to increase the productivity and reliability of wind energy.
This summer Carlos Yoneda (MBA ’14) travelled home to San Paulo, Brazil, where he worked in Google’s Brazil office for the AdWords Channel Sales team. His internship was focused on market research in Latin American and the Caribbe...
SGE immersion helps prepare student for the ambiguity of a consulting project.
A summer in Africa changes the perspective of an American MBA.
SSG Advisors, a boutique international development consulting firm based in Burlington, VT, was looking to evolve as a company, and they hired me to help them figure out where to go.
Navigating my way through a developing country, on a mission to create a sustainable impact in some of Africa's poorest communities.