In case you missed it, we’ve rounded up all the Owen news from the past week in one convenient place (plus some of the Twitter highlights from the past few days). Explore the stories at the links below.
Vanderbilt Business Announces Launch of Accelerator®-Finance Bootcamp
For undergraduates interested in a career in finance, this three-day program is designed to provide a top-level understanding of complex principles such as financial statements, market efficiency, valuing stocks and bonds, and corporate financial policy.
How I Got the Job: Leonidas Cuenca (MBA’18), Senior Consultant, Deloitte
Native Peruvian and second-year MBA Leonidas Cuenca leveraged his background in consulting and Vanderbilt Business degree to land a Senior Consultant position at Deloitte. This is the latest story in our “How I Got the Job” series.
A Year in the Life — Vanderbilt Master of Accountancy
In an interactive timeline, Program Director Lindsay Donald walks through the MAcc Assurance and MAcc Valuation programs.
Getting the Startup on the Road: Executive MBA Alum Launches Mobile Oil Change Business
Michael Dean (EMBA’17) took his Launching the Venture business idea and made it a reality: Auto Ninja provides convenient oil changes for busy families and professionals.
TFC Summit Brings Together 12 Social Impact Speakers and More Than 100 Students
The largest summit yet, the event — hosted by the Turner Family Center for Social Ventures — gave attendees a chance to learn about opportunities in the social impact space and network with speakers.
A Year in the Life of the MSF Program
In case you missed it last week, Cherrie Clark, Program Director, and Blake Gore, Senior Associate Director of the Career Management Center answered the most pressing questions about the Master of Science in Finance program.