Introducing B-Schooled — the Stacy Blackman Consulting Podcast!

B-Schooled
The Stacy Blackman Consulting team is excited to announce the launch of B-Schooled, our MBA admissions consulting podcast! Our host, Erika Olson, is a Michigan Ross BBA and Harvard MBA who’s been on our admissions consulting team for over a decade.

B-SchooledEach Wednesday, she’ll be covering a different aspect of the MBA application and admissions process. Sometimes she’ll be joined by another member of our team—or Stacy herself!

Through B-Schooled, we’ll expand upon the insight and advice we offer on our blog and email newsletter. You’ll learn about how to pull together your personal-best business school materials, as well as make the most of your time once you enroll.

But we’ve got more than practical tips and applicant success stories to share. B-Schooled will also occasionally feature interviews with current business school students and recent graduates, as well as other key players along a typical candidate’s MBA admissions journey.

B-Schooled is available on most major podcast apps, including:
Apple Podcasts
Spotify
Stitcher
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Our premiere episode, linked below, covers:
• What you can do to strengthen your candidacy between now and Round 1 deadlines in the fall, and
• One thing you should NOT worry about during these already-stressful times.

Please be sure to subscribe so that you don’t miss a thing. If there’s something you’d like for us to cover in a future episode, please email podcast@stacyblackman.com. We’d love to hear from you!

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