No registration required, just click here Monday May 23 at 7PM CT: https://lnkd.in/gaKWuZQpAre you an incoming BIPOC or female MBA student? If so, there are likely dozens of large corporations initiating early recruiting to lock you in with an internship offer before school starts.While I think that it is an incredible opportunity to receive an offer in your target industry before you hit campus and not have to worry about recruiting, I've run into many BIPOC MBA students who feel salty for committing after realizing there were more interesting opportunities that they were exposed to once they started their programs. After I share my career path with BIPOC students who are about to graduate, I constantly hear 'I wish I knew about that early on.'Whether or not you went through Management Leadership for Tomorrow, The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management or Toigo Foundation, there are careers that you likely will not be exposed to.When i speak to most new MBA students, when they hear the word 'entrepreneurship' in terms of MBA programs, they tend to think 'start up' or 'venture capital'. Or, many have heard of consulting, but very few have heard of PE Ops and understand the differenceThis upcoming Monday 5/23, I'll be doing a webinar and open Q&A about an entrepreneurial career path few BIPOC MBA students know about that still pays a six figure salary - buying and running small businesses including franchise entrepreneurship. I'll also be talking about the differences between Consulting and PE Ops
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