Masters At Yale: Being The Change You Want To See – Poets&Quants – DC Initiative on Racial Equity
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One of the most difficult things about the MBA is how quickly it goes by. Before you know it, you’ve got classes, coffee chats, club events, speaker events, and meetings of all kinds, If you aren’t careful, your two years are over before you’ve managed to make an impact in all the ways you’d planned as an MBA applicant.

As we round out the semester and head into the holidays, I’m feeling grateful for all the agents of change who’ve attended Yale SOM and other business schools before me. One way I can thank them is to pay it forward with some advice for future agents of change in business schools.

Tip 1: Before school starts, think about what matters to you, and how you can pour yourself into it.

The SOM mission—to educate leaders for business and society—attracts a lot of students who are passionate about society’s most pressing challenges, including environmental issues, equity in education, advancing women’s rights, access to healthcare, and advocating for greater economic equality. If these or other concerns are deeply important to you, think about how you mig

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