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Getting into Top Graduate Programs
Thursday, November 11, 2010 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
:: Admitted! Getting into a Top Grad School ::
Thursday, November 11, 2010 // 6-9:00pm
$20 for Fellows // $25 for Friends
You’ve attended the admissions events and chatted with school representatives. You have a solid understanding of what graduate school is all about and you’ve decided to apply. Great. Now what?
Whether you are in the process of submitting your applications or just starting to prepare, direct feedback from someone that has been through the process is crucial. Join StartingBloc and get individually tailored advice from someone who is now attending a top graduate school. This is a unique opportunity for you to ask any questions and get first hand feedback and recommendations from someone who has been in your shoes (maybe just last year!).
Admitted! Getting into a top Grad School will provide an outlet for StartingBloc Fellows & Friends to receive personalized advice on applying to top graduate programs in Boston and around the world.
Mentors :: StartingBloc Fellows from graduate programs such as Harvard Business School, Tufts Fletcher School, MIT Sloan, Harvard Kennedy School, and more.
Location:: The Bocoup Loft // 319 A Street, Boston
When & Where
StartingBloc + CSI + Nexus
StartingBloc is a global community of 1,900 young social innovators from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. This life-long Fellowship program educates, inspires, and connects leaders to drive cross-sector social innovation.
The Centre for Social Innovation is home for a diverse community of people and organizations that are creating a better world.
The Nexus is an international network of more than 1000 young philanthropists, social entrepreneurs and influencers who work to increase and improve philanthropy and social impact investing. The network collaborates to advance the potential of next generation leadership across nations and sectors as well as to bridge communities of wealth and social entrepreneurship for dialogue, group problem solving and education.