Johnson’s Women in Business event, also known as JWiB, gives prospective women MBAs an opportunity to visit the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University and be among like-minded businesswomen. Our tight-knit community is definitely one to experience firsthand.
Johnson recently welcomed 277 MBA candidates to our campus in Ithaca. The Class of 2019 spent a week getting to know one another, participating in welcome activities, and tackling team-building challenges both inside and outside the classroom.
Even after reading all of the information packets and fact sheets about the Executive MBA Metro NY program, it’s impossible to understand the education you will receive from your classmates and friends. The journey from being strangers to becoming allies has been an incredible one.
What are some key points to success that I should take with me beyond graduation? How do I stay connected with my network, classmates, professors, and fellow alumni? Also, how do I build seamless new networks and leverage my MBA? I have compiled four tips for successful networking with your MBA that you can use long after graduation.