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FROM Sheiquiroga: Term 1 - Extra-curricular Activities and Career
This article will go through the different activities we had while studying for our Term 1 courses. We had to attend various club activities, conduct coffee chats and attend multiple networking and party events! We also were able to visit the office spaces of different companies and join lots of case competitions. However, do not join case competitions if you cannot give your full 100% either because your team will be spending so much time and effort to win while you just spend 50% of your time, and that is just not fair.

A. Case Competitions
My classmate, Gabby, will always call me the case comp queen, not because I always win, but because I joined a lot! The primary reason is that I feel that I learn so much more joining case competition than being stuck in class because case comps allow me to have a space to unleash my creativity and also become better in time management at the same time. There were hundreds of case competitions that happened, but I'll only cover the ones that I joined and some of the interesting competitions that my friends joined.

a. REVCA: Startup Strategy Case Competition
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We formed a group of 5 students and solved an interesting strategic problem for a startup company. They initially gave a workshop and then a kick-off to prepare the participants about the challenge and the expectations for the presentations. This was my first case competition and it was a great warm-up for me. I learned how judges think and what they would like to see from the presentation.

b. Business Design Sprint
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This one was not exactly a case competition, but it was a series of workshops once a week for 4 weeks, in which Mark Leung taught us how to practice design thinking. We had to solve a problem about how to make the job search of Rotman students better. They gave us lots of post-it notes and colorful pens to do the process of design thinking. Finally, we had to present our ideas to an industry panel who were so generous of their time to hear from MBA students and to give their own advice at the same time.

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As a side note, some second-year students were trying to find volunteers for their project and they were also doing design thinking. It was a good experience to know what it feels like to be on the other side as the interviewee.

c. Kellogg Design Challenge
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My friends joined this competition that was hosted by Kellogg Innovation and Design Association at the Northwestern University. They developed a really cool idea for P&G!
Congratulations Team LOREM IPSUM!

d. Tableau + Toronto Police Case Competition by RBAC and ROMA
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 My friend mentioned that she really enjoyed this case competition because it allowed her to explore the Tableau software more, which allowed them to leverage data visualization and using dashboard to solve a problem in Toronto. This software is useful for financial reporting, for summarizing performance metrics, and for communicating data analysis to managers and VPs. My friends won this case competitions and they had the opportunity to present their solution at the police headquarters.

e.  Venture Capital Investment Competition
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I joined this competition because I was an entrepreneur in my past life and I wanted to learn more about how VCs think when they value companies. At first, I was so scared to join this because I had zero knowledge of the terms used by venture capitalists. However, I learned so much from my groupmates who were really good in doing financial modelling and valuations. We, as a team, learned that it was really important to build a connection and a rapport between the VC and the entrepreneur. Our team had to interview real start-up founders, defend our investment decision and negotiate a term sheet. Those who won this case competition got the opportunity to represent Rotman at the Canadian VCIC Finals in Halifax!

During my internship, I joined OBIO and it helps health science start-up companies become successful in their business. We launched several valuable workshops. I just want to share with you the two blogs that I help them write. If you are interested in entrepreneurship and venture capitalism, you might find them helpful: 

How VCs Value Health Science Companies?               Building Your  Early-Stage Strategy Toolbox

f. RMA's Kraft-Heinz Case Competition

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I have mixed feelings with this case competition because it was a bit too long, but it was also fun and challenging at the same time. We had to present marketing plan for Kraft-Heinz within 10 days. It was tiring because we had a lot of things going on during that week and it was just hard to squeeze those creative juice at the moment. However, my awesome team and I were able to pull it off. Everybody in the team were so creative and we eventually won 2nd place and Kraft's new campaign was definitely inspired by our idea and they got 3.9M views for this campaign. 

Check this link: https://www.facebook.com/KraftPeanutButter/videos/1571257452897599/

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My team and I spending the night until 2AM in Rotman. And also my team eating delicious GB Pulled Noodles as our teambuilding activity!

B. Mentors
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 I was so delighted to have been chosen by Mr. Ivan Yuen, the founder of Wattpad. He offered me several advices based on his experience as an entrepreneur. He also kept his line open whenever I need help for my career track or whenever I just needed a general advice. He then generously organized a lunch with all his mentees and even introduced us to the recruiters who offered views on what they look for when they search for interns. I am truly grateful to have this opportunity and I look forward to helping Mr. Ivan back in the future.

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Another helpful person who deserves a recognition is my BDC mentor, Caton Lai, who continuously supported me and has been available whenever I needed advice and guidance for the case competitions and projects that I had. He was the first person who enlightened me of what business design is, and he can think in another perspective that normal people would not immediately see. I'd like to formally thank him for sharing his time and knowledge to me!

C. Workshops

MCA Case Prep
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The Case Prep Sessions held by MCA are one of the most important workshops that you would need to attend whether you are targetting consulting, finance or any other function because they are a good preparatory work for your interview. Most of the interviews in Canada will have some cases prepared for you to solve. MCA prepared files and case book that you can access as its member.

Doblin Storytelling Workshop
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BDC and REVCA were able to invite practitioners from Doblin, a global design consultancy, to conduct a workshop on visual storytelling that will be useful for presentation decks, portfolios, etc. 

Marketing Workshop

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RMA was able to get Prof. Dilip Soman to conduct a workshop on acing a marketing interview. I think it was pretty good because he offered tips and tricks in how to conduct yourself and how to answer questions that would allow the interviewee to look better.

Panel, Data and Innovation
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RBAC and BTA conducted a panel discussion with guest speakers from Uber, Slalom, League and Scotiabank. They provided powerful insights about analytics on technology-driven companies. 

D. Headshot
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Rotman offered free headshot photos that was conducted by volunteers. I heard that some people were not really happy with their photos and had to ask Nick Fang to retake them. I like what I got and grateful for it. 

E. Coffee chat 
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I would compare career centre into a medicine that you do not like as a child, but you have to take it in anyways for your own good. Even if we did not have time with our courses, we still had to attend those mandatory career centre workshops. There are a lot of deliverables happening on the side as well. You will have to craft your cover letters, only to find that your coach will cut half of the things you diligently wrote.  My personal tip is that have someone with a good job review your cover letter. I got more interviews after someone helped me revised my cover letter after the one I had in the career centre. 

G. Scholarship
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Rotman hosted a breakfast to recognize the Dean's List for the second years and also to recognize those who got fellowships, entrance scholarship, and other awards! 

H. Offices
Design Trek to Steelcase
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After applying to secure a spot, I was one of the lucky people who got the chance to visit Steelcase's Worklife Centre, who works with leading organizations. They shared amazing and cool presentations on how they approach innovation through human-centered design.   

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Wattpad
Mr. Yuen's nice office! 
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Jackman Reinvents
This is one of my dream workplace, not only because of how creative this company is, but also because they have a dog inside their office!!!

I. Info Sessions

For visualization purposes, I posted the photos below that shows some of the info sessions I attended. As you can see there a LOT of info sessions and people expect you to join them not only to know the company, but also to network and to show interest to the companies. However, I would advice people to come prepared and be ready for some case works because companies are starting to incorporate doing group case problems and judging who stands out during the sessions. I heard that some people even got selected for interviews just because of these sessions. So come prepared!!

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J. Careers Over Beers
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As you can see, we've been through a lot in our first year. I feel so proud when we finally finished this term and felt like gods and goddesses of time management. We then had our first inter-class socials, in which our batch had the opportunity to network with the upper years and alumni and talked about careers. It just so happened that Section 5 also organized a party just a bar below the the bar where this was conducted. Thus, this party was extended further!

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Stay tuned for the next extra-curricular activities blog in Term 2!

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FROM Bschooladmit20: Poor Little Rich Kid
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You can buy luxury, privacy
and your friends too
But the more you spend
the more you isolate
You don’t ever need to ask
for help- a hand with the luggage,
a place to crash, a ride
It’s all given to you
Can you ever relate?
You inhabit a different world
-sometimes lonely-
you know they watch you with envy
this is not a fantasy/its your reality
You begin to think maybe you deserve it?
they’ll tell you what you want to hear
always eager to please
You can have the world
but not the truth
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FROM Bschooladmit20: The Power of Vulnerability
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You are often so strong
but know this:
you don’t have to be
Self-reliance is a virtue
| make room for vulnerability |
Your truest/deepest friendships
will be built when you
ask for (not offer) help
It’s only when you
admit your weaknes
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FROM Sheiquiroga: Rotman Term 2 - Social
I did not participate in a lot of social events in Term 2 mainly because of the weather. We were also too stressed out finding an internship for the summer at this time. However, some interesting things still happened: 

a. Valentine's Day - Candygram and Songgram
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To celebrate heart's month, we had Rotman-wide activities, such as candygram and songgram. You can request a song for a small fee to be sung to someone during class. You can even dedicate a song to your professors. Singers included people from both first years and upper years!

b. 90s party
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This was one of the most fun parties we attended in Rotman. We are not getting any younger but why stress out with that when you can celebrate being 90s kids (most awesome generation :P). 

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c. Culture Eats

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There were several culture eats that happened, but I only joined the last one for South Asia. I regret being too busy and not joining the other ones because of conflict with my schedule. Be sure to enjoy tasty food of the world next year and learn more about various countries' culture.


d. Chinese New Year

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My section's social reps, Rex and Rosemary, decorated our classroom once again to celebrate Chinese New Year. Our classmates got the chance to eat tasty Chinese snacks and learned some stories about Chinese New Year through the video that was presented.

e. Karaoke

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I've been organizing karaoke sessions with my awesome singer batchmates. It was always good to sing out loud and release all your stress! We went to two different bars, but I would recommend the Bar + Karaoke since they have better room and technology though they are on the pricier side.

f. Rotman Ladies
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Women in Rotman will constantly organize some gatherings for our Rotman Ladies.

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g. Birthday Celebration

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It was my birthday last February 5th. I did not host a party, but I just wanted to thank all my friends in Rotman who greeted me and prepared cakes for me. I also went to Ontario Science Centre with my partner to celebrate my birthday. For some reason, I've been celebrating my birthday every year in science museum. Is this the inner nerd calling?

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I don’t fit
into your neat little boxes
of class/status
You struggle
to place me in your well-rounded circles
For once, my hometown, school
family name do not resonate
Am I wild? Can I be tamed?
Silently, I enjoy your polite discomfort
I choose to remain anonymous
I won’t play but
I am well-versed in this game
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i begged you to
slow
down.
i wasn’t ready to
hurt again
too recently burnt
-we flickered-
protecting myself
from the flame
i melted
a slow burn
into liquid
i sink
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i begged you to
slow
down.
i wasn’t ready to
hurt again
too recently burnt
-we flickered-
protecting myself
from the flame
i melted
a slow burn
into liquid
i sink
| quicksand |
pull me in
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FROM Sheiquiroga: Rotman Term 2 - Extracurriculars
There is no doubt that second term is more relaxed than Term 1. Consulting people will still  be busy in January. However, people pursuing design will find themselves a bit more relaxed in that month. That said, I still tried to find some ways to keep me busy and still managed to punish myself joining multiple case competitions that had overlapping schedules. 

Walmart Innovation Space
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During the winterbreak, I visited my friend in Calgary and just relaxed in their home. Nevertheless, it was not a complete relaxation because my case comp partner and I joined this Walmart Innovation Space case competition whose deadline was in the first week of January. That means that we had to work throughout the winterbreak. To be honest, it was really hard to find the will to start and get moving. But, fortunately, it was worth it in the end because my case comp partner and I won this competition. (I used my creativity and used Sims4 to present our idea.) Walmart was supposed to implement our idea, but there were some logistical issues that prevented the project from continuing. As prizes, they invited us to attend the Walmart Innovation Summit that discussed the future of shopping and exhibited innovative startup companies tackling new shopping solutions. 

General Mills
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I did not learn my lesson in that Walmart competition and I signed up for the General Mills case competition that occured last January 4th, right before the term started. I accepted this challenge mainly because it was a one-day case competition. I cannot provide further details, but the challenge was both fun and stressful. I was in the verge of giving up, but, in the end, my team and I won second place! 

Google X SAS Case Competition
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I found that this case competition was cool because they released the case stem through a live video of the person who works in Google. They then gave us a workshop on using SAS for statistics and expected us to solve the problem through the use of the software. We had participants from McGill as well and it was nice to have extended our network. We did not win this because we thought we already answered the question but we did not included regression in our presentation. They loved our presentation and our decks, but unfortunately, that was not enough. I still glad I joined this competition because my teammates were amazing in analyzing data and I learned how to look at data in a different perspective.

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HCC Section 5

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There were other tons of case competitions that happened, and the photos here just shows my co-section 5 people who won them! As you can see, our section is very proud of each other!

Rotman Design Challenge
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Rotman Design Challenge is the coolest case competition that you will see in Rotman. Every year we invite other MBA universities, especially the Ivy League ones! We get to network with them and see how they think and present their ideas. 

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The challenge is a month long, and Rotman students get good support in design thinking. There were three prep sessions conducted and BDC was very supportive in helping Rotman students improve their presentation decks. Last year, they invited a practitioner from Doblin to give her human-centered design insights.

In the actual event itself, there were multiple workshops that was held. One of them was the Lego Series Play workshop that a lot of people enjoyed. It was a good bonding experience amongst the students from different schools.

That said, I will be one of the Rotman Design Challenge Directors for this year and we are trying our best to make this competition even bigger and better. Please do not miss this opportunity to sign up! https://www.rotmanbdc.com/rotman-design-challenge/

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Amazon Tour
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One of the coolest things I participated in Rotman is this Amazon Tour. Yes! We were able to visit their distribution warehouse and got a great perspective on why Amazon can deliver goods so fast and efficiently. We also saw those robots that they use for sorting and delivering items!

KPMG Lean Six Sigma Training
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I like operations management as a course, but I felt like I learned way a lot more in this four-day workshop (once a week for four weeks) that was held by KPMG. We paid around $400-$500, which was a pretty good deal because you have to pay around $1500 for this kind of certificate and workshop. I enjoyed this so much because it was one of the directors of KPMG who taught us and conducted the workshop. We also interacted with other KPMG employees who were training for this as well. 

We were divided into three teams and our process was the slowest among the other teams because we could not figure out why they kept on rejecting our output. Our team learned the most from this activity because we learned how important the voice of the customer is. We ended up winning first place in the process after figuring out what our mistake was. 

To get the certificate, we are required to apply our learnings to an organization or company. I will be doing a project with Fresh City Farms, which is a company that is similar to Instacart but focuses on organic food. I'm really excited with this project, and, hopefully, I could help improve their process. 

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2-hour Job Search
Rotman conducted this workshop twice. It was a good break from all our activities and that was the time that I finally got to bond with my closest friends in Rotman. This workshop made me feel guilty in not doing a good LAMP list for networking and it actually helped push me to do more coffeechats.

Mentorship Meetings

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My mentor, Ivan, hosted a lunch meeting with all his mentees. He invited industry people from technological backgrounds and they offered us several advice in our internship pursuit. 

Club Turnovers
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After all these roller coaster rides, it was now time to be the one controlling the ride! How do you become a club executive? Each club has its own way of doing it, but majority will be coming from the votes of your clubmates. Some will require applications and forming of teams with presentations. However, campaigning is strictly not allowed and you have to report anyone who will violate this. 

Feeling overwhelmed? Don't be. The former club executives will conduct a turnover to guide the new executives! Do not join too much as I did! It is really stressful to be joining multiple meetings every night during internship. One or two will be ideal!

Love,

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