Remember to Sign Up for Stacy Blackman at Wharton|SF!

If you live in the Bay Area, don’t miss this event!

Wharton|San Francisco has graciously offered to host Stacy Blackman Consulting for an informative evening on the topic of the MBA Admissions process. Register.

This interactive workshop is for anyone who has wondered what goes on in that mysterious black box otherwise known as The Admissions Committee! We will go behind the scenes and evaluate real application files from the perspective af an admissions committtee at a top MBA program. Plus, a bonus – you will get to check out Wharton’s amazing West Coast facility. Register

Here are the official details:

Join us as we go “into committee” and review real MBA applicant files through the lens of the admissions committee. You will leave this interactive session with a better understanding of what an admissions committee looks for and how each piece of the business school application is evaluated.

Your presenter, Katie Behroozi, is an admissions consultant with Stacy Blackman Consulting. Katie received her MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, as well as an MA in Education from Stanford and an undergraduate degree from Princeton. Katie’s prior career in nonprofit management included experience in strategic planning, fund raising, PR and sales.

Location: Wharton|San Francisco, University of Pennsylvania, 101 Howard Street, Suite 500
Date: Monday, September 27
Time: 6:00 – 8:00PM

(Doors open at 6, presentation to start promptly at 6:30 and will be followed by Q&A)

Register here.

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