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Tuesday, October 6 2020
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Virtual MBA Open House

Georgia Tech Scheller has the right MBA program for you, no matter where you are at in your career. Gain an insider's perspective on the Full-time, part-time Evening, and weekend Executive MBA programs at this year's Virtual MBA Open House. Compare programs and learn more about MBA curriculum, experiential learning opportunities, the Scheller community, student life, career services, and more. Customize your Open House experience with lunchtime and after work sessions.

Here are just some of the learning opportunities available:

MBA Faculty Preview

Take advantage of this opportunity to experience an insightful and timely lecture from Senior Associate Dean of Programs and MBA faculty member, Jonathan Clarke.

Panels with MBA Students and Alumni

Attend panels to learn about the application process, work-life-school balance, the classroom experience, networking, and more.

Discovery Sessions on MBA Programs, Curriculum, MBA Career Services, and Admissions Criteria

From career coaching and development to educational opportunities in cutting-edge business topics, learn from staff, students, and alumni about the opportunities you will have as a Scheller College MBA student.

Virtual Club Fair

Learn more about Full-time and Evening MBA club opportunities through a series of short informative videos featuring club leaders. A link will be available closer to the event.

Leadership Through Crisis: A Conversation with Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta

Join Maryam Alavi, Dean of the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business, as she hosts a conversation with Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta Air Lines. This virtual fireside discussion provides an invaluable opportunity for MBA Open House attendees to gain insight into the mind of a prominent CEO during a time of unprecedented change and upheaval.

21st Century Leader: Navigating Diversity in Corporate America

In the last couple of months, the topics of race and diversity have come up more often than before given current events. As senior leaders attempt to address what communities are facing, questions have come up on what corporate's role should be, and what changes companies should make internally to ensure that marginalized groups feel a sense of belonging in their work environments. Join a diverse group of industry leaders as they discuss race and diversity in corporate environments, how they have navigated this within their organizations, and what tips they would like to give to leaders to better prepare them for managing inclusive environments within corporate America.

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