Harvard Club MBA Admissions Workshop — this Tuesday 7/15. In San Francisco

By betsy On Thursday, July 10 th, 2014 · no Comments · In ,

YOU ARE INVITED! It’s that time of year to kick off the MBA admissions preparation season here in San Francisco.  In conjunction with the Harvard Club of San rankings-lgFrancisco, Betsy will be hosting the 2014 workshop, “Tips for a Winning Business School Application” on July 15.  All are welcome, not just Harvard grads.  It’s in downtown San Francisco, with location details below.

In fact, you do not even have to want to apply to Harvard Business School, but why wouldn’t you?  Excited already? Then click here to register!

A Fun and Interactive Workshop

Each year since 2009, the Harvard Club of San Francisco has offered events for young alumni to learn about the b-school decision and the application process.

This fun and interactive workshop to get you ready for the application season. Betsy (and some friends) will lead exercises to help you identify unique personal and career successes. And, we’ll deconstruct the essay questions and brainstorm ways to tell your own story in an inviting and compelling way.

You will join small teams get to know each other, using both the left and the right side of your brain to identify what makes you different from the average applicant.

The Details:

CapitalOne360 Café
101 Post Street (Montgomery BART)
Cost: $25

We’ll have pizza so you don’t starve, and by the end of the workshop, you will have at least one story that admissions committees can’t wait to read about.

Please note that we will be talking about applications for all top business schools, and there will be plenty of time for questions and answers. Feel free to bring colleagues and friends – remember, being a Harvard undergrad is not required!

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Pizza, socializing and introductions 6:30 – 7:00 pm
Workshop: 7:00 – 8:15pm

This workshop will sell out, so please register early.

Click here to register

Email Betsy Massar, betsy@masteradmissions.com with any questions.