Tags: Student Organizations
With the third semester coming to a close, I'm almost all the way through my MBA. Looking back at this semester, I strongly feel I made the right decision by choosing to join Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University. I was always interested in Operations and that was one of my motivating factors in selecting Fisher. My experience with the operations faculty has been phenomenal with all faculty members having not only in-depth knowledge of the subject but also real-world industry applications.
Looking back at the first half of the fall semester, there are tons of differences between the two years of the MBA program. During the first year, the class sizes seem smaller since there is only one common class with other classes being electives. The year is more focused on your choice of specialization and you spend more time with people who are interested in similar fields. I had come into to program stressed about the job market after COVID and the low turnout at career fairs only added to the stress.
There are many opportunities to work on real-world projects with nonprofit clients in the Columbus area as an MBA student at Fisher.
Student organizations add to the full-time MBA experience.
Student Organizations, Professional Development, Career Stuff, Full Time MBA, Working Professional MBA
Last week I had the opportunity to attend not one, but two Operations related Career Conference events and they were awesome! First, there was the Annual "Links Symposium" sponsored by the Operations and Logistics Management Association, and I volunteered to help organize this event, being a member of OLMA myself.