Many students come to business school not only to learn academics such as accounting, finance, strategy, or marketing, but also to look for career changes and get a new job. That’s why people spend most of their time to prepare for the summer internship recruiting right after starting the semester. However, it’s a tremendously difficult process for international students to compete with domestic students. We invite Chrissa da Gomez, an MBA2 student from UC Berkeley Haas business school, to share her summer internship recruiting process with us.
- Learning about “Small Talk” culture.
- MBA Summer Internship Process
- What things should MBA students prepare for an internship?
- What difficulties do MBA students face during the recruiting process?
- Advice for future MBA students.
// Jacob Yu
Born and raised in Taiwan, Jacob worked in marketing and public relations at a tech company. At a young age, Jacob studied as a foreign exchange student in the US, understanding the challenges of being an international student. While studying at Ross, he has witnessed peers struggling in navigating MBA lives, motivating him to support and inspire others by creating the MBAsians Podcast.
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// Jay Park
Born and raised in South Korea, Jay worked as a business developer and sales manager at an international trading company. Jay experienced countless trials and errors from preparation towards his MBA to adapting himself into first-ever foreign country life, motivating him to make MBAsians. As an adventure enthusiast, Jay is still continuing his life journey through MBA.
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What is MBAsians: The Asian MBA Podcast?
MBAsians is a podcast for and by Asian international students currently earning or applying to MBA programs in the US. Hosts Jacob Yu and Jay Park share actionable tips and recommendations to make your MBA journey more pleasant and successful by interviewing current and recent MBA graduates from various programs. MBAsians will feature deep dive discussions focusing on diverse parts of the MBA experience, academic, professional, and social, covering important topics such as language and cultural differences, networking and managing relationships, and building a community of support. Hosts: Jacob Yu & Jay Park // Producer: Jerry Won // Artwork: Michelle Nam // Produced by Just Like Media