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The 2018 Two-Year MBA Employment Report revealed the highest salaries for Johnson grads to date, while 94% received offers by three months post-graduation.

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Emily Hampton, partner of Two-Year MBA ’19, stresses the importance of Destination Johnson and provides insight into the partner experience in Ithaca.

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This year’s JWiT theme, Just Tech It, celebrated MBA women who have leveraged technology to make significant...

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A Cornell-wide program, the Smith Family Business Initiative was founded in 2014 with a $10 million donation...

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Chelsea Clinton recently spoke as part of the Luminaries in Healthcare Leadership series presented by the Executive...

From Ambition to Impact

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Park Perspectives: From internship to mentorship

Bryan Tannenbaum, Two-Year MBA ’19, reflects on his Johnson experience as a first-year during recruiting and how he transitioned to a second-year mentor.

In the Media

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The college scam defendants’ privilege is following them into court

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Robert Frank, economics professor at Johnson, weighs in on why, all too often, legal outcomes are based on the ability of defendants to pay for A-List representation.

Residential MBA Programs in Ithaca

The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management offers two MBA programs in Ithaca, NY — the accelerated, One-Year MBA program and the traditional Two-Year MBA. Students in both programs take the same courses and participate in the same clubs and activities.

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MBAs give back: Coordinating the Community Impact Auction

Sheri Hunter, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on her role in the annual Community Impact Auction. The event raised a record $24,000 in March.
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Park Fellows alumni spotlight: Jodi Glickman, MBA ’02

Jodi Glickman, MBA ’02, CEO & founder of Great On The Job, discusses her career journey, the importance of being "great on the job," and making a difference.

Johnson Cornell Tech MBA Program in NYC

The Johnson Cornell Tech MBA program is a 12-month, industry-immersive program that will prepare you to lead in creative, digital, and entrepreneurial ventures. You’ll work in student teams that bridge the disciplines of engineering, law, and computer science to produce visionary ideas — reinventing the way we live and work through technology.

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Accelerate Johnson 2019 welcomes incoming One-Year and Johnson Cornell Tech MBAs

Incoming candidates for Johnson’s One-Year MBA in Ithaca and the Johnson Cornell Tech MBA in NYC met at the annual Accelerate Johnson (AJ) welcome event.
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Trek recap: Experiencing Japanese business and culture in 10 days

Munazza Khan, Johnson Cornell Tech MBA ’19, reflects on her experience and key takeaways from the winter Johnson trek to Japan.

Executive MBA Programs

The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management offers three executive MBA programs for working professionals. Complete classes on Saturdays and Sundays in a city near you with the Executive MBA Americas program or in New York City with the Executive MBA Metro NY program and the Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership program in conjunction with Weill Cornell Medicine.

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The long-distance search: Five tips to help you land a job in a new location

Ellis Chase, career advisor, offers tips on managing out-of-state addresses, networking, and more to improve the outcome of a long-distance career search.
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Why choose the Cornell Executive MBA Americas program?

Verne Thalheimer explains how students in the Americas program benefit from a powerful network, immediate career impact, and personalized study.