The Tuck Career Development Office takes the lead in helping students navigate their search; our center augments student job searches by providing individualized suggestions and advice on firms, alumni contacts, and other networks to increase their ability to secure a terrific internship or job opportunity.
In addition to Career Development Office staff, CPE/E faculty and staff are available to students for one-on-one career coaching. Explore the Tuck Career Development approach.
Tuck is a great place for those seeking to change careers at any stage of professional life. Early on, students have the opportunity to explore a wide range of industries before diving deeper into those that truly take hold, both in and out of the classroom. Through experiential programs like the First Year Project, business plan and venture capital competitions, career treks, and the Onsite Global Consulting program, students get real-life exposure to industry in order to create a unique, individualized career path. With the help of the Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship, the Career Development Office, and Tuck’s loyal alumni network, students are able to best achieve their specific education and career goals.
A Place for Joiners
When it comes to entrepreneurs, Daniella Reichstetter T’07, sees two types: starters and joiners. Reichstetter is a joiner. And as the newly appointed executive director of the Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship at Tuck, she wants to know the doors are open for her fellow joiners. What’s a joiner?
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