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The 1Gen Club was founded by two friends who wanted to grow community, allyship, advocacy, and mentorship opportunities for first-gen, limited-income students at Wharton.
Building a Community for First-Generation, Low-Income Students
Brittney Govan, WG’21, and Itunu Dacosta, WG’22, and chat about being recognized for their meaningful leadership in the Black community at Wharton and beyond.
A Conversation Between Whitney M. Young Memorial Fellowship Scholars
MBA student Brie Groh is helping Wharton People Analytics asses how the workplace is evolving in culture and practice.
What Will the Future of Work Look Like?
The annual Women in Data Science conference is only one of the ways in which Wharton is forging a path for women in the industry.
Opening Doors and Closing Gaps for Women in Data Science
“If we want to create a world that’s a better place, we need people who can bring that sense of social justice and combine it with some practical Wharton toolkits so that they can be more impactful.”
From Peace Corps to Wharton
Lizbeth Nunez, WG’22, reflects on her internship with Firework Ventures — an impact venture capital firm co-founded by alum Ashley Bittner, WG’13, that invests in future-of-work companies.
Investing to Impact the Future of Work
With a historic balance of women in the MBA Class of 2023, Wharton examines its path to this milestone and efforts to build on progress made in the classroom and the workforce.
The Future Can Be Female
Maya Burns, WG’20, and May Li, WG’21, share their experiences connecting students to organizations in need and helping local businesses since COVID-19 closed their doors.
How 1,200 MBA Students Helped Small Businesses Survive the Pandemic
The 2021 New Venture Competition spotlighted a range of innovative student startups like Hairtelligence, co-founded by Isoken Igbinedion, WG’21.
Revolutionizing Hair Customization for Black Women
Matt Stephenson, WG’11, founded his nonprofit Code2College after many years of working in finance and education. He reflects on the current opportunities and challenges in the STEM field, and how the Bendheim Loan Forgiveness Program impacted his career.
How This Bendheim Awardee Is Championing More Diversity in STEM
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