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FROM Booth Admissions Blog: Alumni Stories: Impact of a Tech Internship
As we follow our recent alumni around the country to catch up with them in their new positions, we look to the West Coast and examine some of the paths that helped prepare our latest Booth graduates for careers in the technology space.

In 2015, over 15% of Booth’s graduating class went into technology roles. That is more than double from just five years ago. “You see a lot of big companies that are interested in having MBAs for internships and full-time employment and who are really reaching out to Booth for that,” says Sam Bordenave, ’16, program manager at Tesla.



A pivotal part of getting their full-time dream jobs was doing an internship in the Bay Area. Google, Tesla, Apple, Microsoft. The Booth MBA is represented in some of the biggest names in tech.



Last summer, we spoke with a handful of Boothie interns to get their perspective on why Booth talent is so valued in Silicon Valley and beyond. Let’s take a look back at how their summer internship experiences helped set them up for success.



Watch Alumni Stories: Impact of a Tech Internship 



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Right now, I am trying to make sense of the photo essay.


In the same boat. There are so many different strategies for the photo essay - it's hard to get in the ballpark.

One of my friends, currently at Booth, did the photo essay. He had 6 slides, 3 photos on each slide, and a sentence or two under each picture. I've also seen others who wrote novels and packed their slides full of information. Definitely makes it difficult!


I'm going with a traditional essay. Basically I will write 3-4 paragraphs as an intro to what I'm all about, and then tie in the photo I have chosen. Thoughts?

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I'm going with a traditional essay. Basically I will write 3-4 paragraphs as an intro to what I'm all about, and then tie in the photo I have chosen. Thoughts?


Seems like a solid plan to me. I remember reading somewhere that the recommended length for the essay would be around 750 words and the powerpoint "something that takes no more than 5 minutes to review"

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FROM Booth Admissions Blog: The Real Impact of Booth’s Flexible Curriculum
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Our Round One deadline is around the corner and I know a lot of applicants are critically considering their MBA options at this time. As you think about this decision it’s important to understand the true impact of Chicago Booth’s flexible curriculum on your time at Booth and the rest of your life.

We live in a world that changes by the day, the hour, the moment. It’s a global marketplace that is connected instantaneously by the Internet. Decisions need to be made all the time, one after another. Chicago Booth’s unique interpretation of flexibility, coupled with our discipline-based approach, grounds you in sound decision-making with the ability to adapt and react in an analytical way, using our frameworks as your compass and your passions as your guide.

We talk about flexible curriculum—and it’s true, you can map out your coursework at Booth however you want—but it goes far beyond selecting your own classes. We want you to think bigger. We have flexibility so that you get the absolute most out of your MBA opportunities and entire experience, from which courses you take, to the student groups you participate in, to where you live, to the friends you make… Nothing is prescribed, you are not confined. It is an ethos.

It goes back to the University of Chicago, and a fundamental thread that knowledge is not given to you, you must earn it. Nothing is spoon-fed here—this is an opportunity to be curious, explore, and test new ideas. By giving you flexibility, what we really mean is freedom. Academic freedom, freedom of self, freedom of choice and decision. We give you the space to make choices on your own and challenge yourself to make informed discoveries. It is practice that will make you better at navigating the choice-rich world of today.

What you find when you are in a classroom of people with that kind of freedom, is that the type of engagement is elevated to a level where learning skyrockets. No one is in that class because they have to be. Every single student is there because they chose to be. A regular classroom is transformed from passive absorption to active fascination. And that is an environment where discussions thrive and ideas emerge unimpeded.

Such freedom also allows for a more dynamic education. You have the ability to explore and pivot throughout your experience. The curriculum is not predetermined. Instead it adjusts with your strengths and gaps; and where you want to be in a year’s time, upon graduation, and in the future. Frontload courses to prepare for your internship in the first year. Then dive deeper to build on those career interests in the second year. Or redirect to delve into another side you’ve discovered along the way. Even as an alumnus, the curriculum continues with opportunities to come back and build on your growing expertise.

Because of how you can craft your education to exactly your purposes at Booth, the return on your time and investment is unrivaled. It essentially maximizes every moment of your MBA. You don’t have to retake classes or revisit content you already know. Every minute is applied to new wisdom and to building on your existing academic and professional background.

So when asked, what is the real impact of Booth’s curriculum? I hope now your mind will automatically broaden the scope beyond flexibility, to a better understanding of why academic freedom allows you to take full advantage of your time and to truly get the most out of your MBA experience.

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Is anyone having issues selecting fields in the application? I've noticed that my birth state and one of the demographics fields will not save after I make a selection...

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I am having the same issue but with some of the other fields. My SSN keeps changing and every time I log in I have to go back and change it. There seems to be several bugs throughout the application - hopefully this gets fixed soon.

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Is anyone having issues selecting fields in the application? I've noticed that my birth state and one of the demographics fields will not save after I make a selection...


Yes, I had multiple issues with the free-text fields on the app. I believe it was on the awards section (or another section that had multiple free-text fields) that it would only save it if I entered one field at a time. Also, your PDF proof will not list all of the free-text fields when you export it.

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I just logged back into the app and the fields I was having issues with uploaded the correct information (and I don't see the issue in any other field anymore).... Hopefully it remains this way!

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Hi All!
I just sumbitted my application to Booth, but in the Application Checklist the TOEFL Score Report is still in Awating Status.
I've sent the TOEFL Score Report to Booth on Jul. 19, 2016 so they should have already received it.

Does Booth verifies TOEFL score reports as they do with GMAT's

Should I do something about this? Maybe contact ETS or Booth's AdCom?

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FROM Booth Admissions Blog: Choosing Courses to Meet Your Goals
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The freedom to choose your courses at Booth stems from the
recognition that each student is coming into this program with different
skillsets, different perspectives, and different goals. The experience unites
all Booth students in their ability to explore their passions from day one. A
large part of this exploration is preparation. Whether you are looking to
switch careers, prepare for your internship, start an entrepreneurial venture,
or deepen your existing expertise in a given field, you can select the courses
that meet your individual academic and professional goals. -->-->

The curriculum, faculty, and community are all designed to
support you through every step of your career. Our goal is to
equip you with the confidence and depth of analysis required to be successful
in your next project, your next class, or your next job. Booth’s abundance of
choice and breadth of offerings prepares students to make an impact from the first day of class. With the Class of 2018 already on campus and planning for their first year,
they will choose among more than 170 classes offered at Booth.-->-->

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us about some of the courses they chose to meet their personal goals.

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There have been so many classes that have been really
interesting and really relevant to what I’m interested in.  In my Corporation Finance class one of the
cases that we had the chance to work on was a movie sequel options case.  It actually happened a week or so after I got
my offer to intern with Paramount Pictures.
It was fun, it was engaging, and it was a chance to really jump into
something I very well could potentially be working on. I thought that was
really a testament to the types of experiences that I have had in the classroom
and how the learning isn’t just within the context of a class but it is much
broader, much more applicable and relevant to why I came to Booth in the first
place. - Michael Kurt, ’16

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Having spent six years in financial services with a fairly
solid skill set in certain areas, I knew I had some areas for development. I
valued the flexible curriculum because I knew that there were specific skills I
hoped to develop before internship recruiting started. I took classes like Managerial Decision Modeling, Revenue Management, Cost Analysis and Internal Controls, and Operations Management - all
courses that I think prepared me to not only for the consulting interview
process, but also to be successful once I was on the job. - Jenny Dunn, current student

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One of the best things about Booth is the flexibility you
have to tailor the MBA to what you do want to do, and I think that’s one of the
most important things here. In my case, I took courses that are related to
consumer understanding and development of new products because that’s my
passion. One of my favorite courses was Developing of New Products and Services
Lab
. It’s pretty intense and you work with a real company. We had weekly touch
points with an internationally known company. In the end we developed a new
product for them by going through the whole process - from the needs, to the
ideas, to finally coming up with a final product. - Ramiro Sanchez Caballero, '16 -->-->

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I came to Booth to take my career in risk management at a
Japanese commercial bank to a role in international business development,
specifically in Southeast Asia.  I’m very
interested in operations management in an international setting, so I'm
choosing a lot of industry specific classes like Healthcare Operations, Applied
Regression Analysis, and Big Data
which give me exposure to many different
industries. I learned organizational management skills from my Managing the
Workplace
class, taught by Professor Canice Prendergast. We learned theories
and practices in human resource management, which I feel I need to learn for
expanding our business in Southeast Asia and managing local operations. - Nobu
Kawai, current student
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Post MBA, I'm interested in working for an impact investing
fund, which will allow me to source new investments for the fund. This year I
participated in the Social Enterprise Lab in which I had an opportunity to help
a nonprofit organization create a revenue generating business. I was able to
really get into the field and think through the problems of social enterprises.
Prior to Booth, I did not realize the level of interactions that I would have
with local social enterprises and nonprofits. This was actually very helpful to
me during my internship search process. Two of the portfolio companies for the
venture philanthropy fund in which I'm interning with this summer, I actually
met both of them through various activities here at Booth. I spoke to my Booth
experiences during the interview process, and it was really impressive to them.  - Brittany  Henry, current student-->-->

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I was looking for a school with solid foundation in
business fundamentals, but also I wanted to try some entrepreneurial
experiments. I took Commercializing Innovation: Tools to Research and Analyze
Private Enterprises
which gives you a framework and tools to analyze a business
from the investor’s perspective. I think it is very important to understand the
perspective from both an entrepreneur - and from an investor. Soon I will be
working as a VC associate at the Chicago Innovation Fund and I will actually
apply those frameworks I learned to look into a real world deal. I am super
excited about those opportunities. - Ray Liu, current student -->-->

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I came to school with a list of probably a dozen different
business ideas that I wanted to explore. I saw business school as a great
opportunity to get the mentorship I would need to be able to launch my own
startup. Early on I took Building the New Venture with Professor Waverly
Deutsch. Students take their business idea and work on it for the duration of
the class. You practice different scenarios and events that could come up for
your business, like a crisis for example. You then have to figure out how to
deal with that problem. What it meant for us was researching and meeting
different lawyers to learn how we could cover ourselves in such a situation. We
then took our startup to the Social New Venture Challenge, which is Booth’s
business competition for any sort of non-profit or for-profit social venture. -
Sara Raffa, ’16
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I thought it would be ideal for me to go to a business
school where I get to make the experience my own and where I could choose the
classes that I wanted, instead of having a generic curriculum chosen for me.
Coming from an emerging country, I hope to work as a portfolio manager or
equity analyst in an emerging market. The Analytics of Financial Crises class
with Professor Anil Kashyap is one that I would never have the opportunity
to have anywhere else. The level and the depth of the analysis are truly
unique. The professors are really anchoring not only in a strong economic background
of the School of Economics at Chicago, but also really bringing in
practitioners and their perspective. It was a wonderful opportunity to learn
from the best in the business. - Ziad Abouchadi, current student-->-->

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I think Booth is a great place for instilling confidence in
yourself. You are in this environment that feels safe, but you’re still pushed
to limits in some respect. Leadership and Effective Development (LEAD) is the
one required course that everyone takes and for me it was a really fun class
exposing me to just jumping in and presenting in front of my peers.  I had the great opportunity to practice some
of those presentation skills when I participated in the Deloitte case
competition this year.  We were given a
case problem and together with a team of three we had to prepare a presentation
on a company that we hadn’t seen before and present it to three or four
partners at Deloitte. It was a brilliant experience being pushed to the deep
end presenting to quite senior people. It was a great confidence boost to know
that in just two days you can understand what it takes to be a consultant. I
know that these transferable skills learned through LEAD will be very useful in
my internship when analyzing data, and then presenting it in a way that is
understood. - Deepti Jodhawat, current student



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Before I came to Booth, I probably would have had no idea that I had as much interest in marketing as I discovered here. What I found, especially through the courses Data-Driven Marketing with Professor Günter Hitsch and Pricing Strategies with Professor Jean-Pierre Dubé is that I absolutely love the way you can use analytics to inform marketing. I think that is a big piece of the future of marketing as big data becomes more readily available and easier to analyze through the new tools that are being developed in the market.  I find it so interesting how a huge pool of customer data inform specific pricing strategies that will help a company increase its sales by 20% just from thinking about changing prices by one penny and what that impact is.

- Emily Ruff, '16

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Booth is known for its finance and economics, but its
so-called "soft" classes are amazing! In Professor Ron Burt's Strategic Leadership in Management
Networks
class, we took an analytical view at successful networkers, and what
drove their success. I learned how to leverage my own network at work and at
school, a lesson I will carry with me for years to come!

- Amruta Hunnurkar,
current student


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I participated in the Healthcare Analytics Lab where you
work on a real-world consulting project. Depending on what project you choose,
this would either be at the hospital or healthcare system or an insurance
provider. We were given an actual live data set where we analyzed the data,
generated an output and made a recommendation. This course was something that I
was looking to get during my MBA because I do not have a lot of experience with
data analytics. I think it's also a great add-on to your MBA if you don't have
a lot of prior experience in healthcare and that's an industry you want to
transition into. - Priyanka Karandikar, '16



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When I arrived to Booth, I was excited about looking at new
industries. I took the Energy and CleanTech Lab focused on emerging
technologies in the energy industry and renewables. It was a great opportunity
to find out how different technologies can get to market.  In this lab, the role of the students is to
establish plans and work with real world partners on getting their technologies
into the market through business plans, fundraising opportunities, and
investment proposals. We focused on a coatings company that was bringing new
coatings and application methods to the energy industry through automated drone
technology. This was a fun and very practical business lesson I will use during
my internship on the new markets entry team for Tesla's energy products in Palo
Alto. - Erik Underwood, current student



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The reason I enjoyed Financial Statement Analysis so much
was that Professor Michael Minnis took a subject that I expected to be dull and
made it very insightful, interesting, and interactive.  During parts of the recruiting process later
in the year, I found myself needing to look over a company's 10-K or 10-Q to
get a better idea about their business and its performance.  I was able to take many of the lessons
applied here to quickly extract what I needed. - Nithin Kuchibhotla, current
student


In addition to designing their own MBA experience, Booth
students also become part of a community built on curiosity and exploration.
The classes you take, the student groups you join, the career path you choose,
the passions you pursue, and the people you meet all shape your experience.
Hear more stories about how students are shaping their Booth experience »

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Kate

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In for Round 1!! Interview decisions will be released on a rolling basis by October 14!

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In for Round 1!! Interview decisions will be released on a rolling basis by October 14!


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Submitting the application in a couple of hours! :)

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App submitted! Good luck to all in round 1. :)

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Just submitted my application! Fingers crossed now! :)

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Submitted. Fingers crossed and all the best uys.

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Submitted a minute after the deadline. Hopefully they let me into the stack or I'll be back for Round 2.

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Submitted R1. Good luck guys.

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Anyone know when we should start hearing back to interview? It seems like these next few weeks couldn't move any slower....

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