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Career Treks

Each year, MBA students learn about career opportunities by visiting corporate offices and hearing about employees' career paths. These small group visits are typically organized through one of the industry specific MBA student clubs and occur throughout the academic year.

Where our students visit

From NYC company visits to international trips, students travel far and wide to meet with alumni and corporate partners at their offices to explore careers in different industries.

Local Visits

Being in NYC provides students with the opportunity to visit a number of local companies throughout the academic year.

Domestic Treks

During school breaks, students travel to major US cities that are industry leaders, such as San Francisco for the Technology Trek.

International Opportunities

As more students continue to express interest in finding jobs in other countries, some groups venture outside of the US to pursue working internationally.

NYU Stern 2017-2018 Career Treks

In addition to local company tours, over 60 MBA students traveled outside of NYC for career treks during the 2017-2018 academic year.  See below for an overview of the locations, industries, and companies they visited.
Industry City Examples of Companies Visited
 Entertainment Media  Los Angeles  Disney, DreamWorks, Hulu, Netflix
 Finance  Hong Kong & London  Bank of America, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley
 Investment Management  Boston  MFS, Eaton Vance, Arabesque
 Luxury Retail  San Francisco  Gap, Levi's, Restoration Hardware, Sephora
 Management Consulting  London  Bain, BCG, Deloitte, McKinsey
 Technology  San Francisco & Seattle  Amazon, Eventbrite, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft

Contact the Corporate Relations team to learn more about getting your company involved with a local or non-local corporate trek.  We can help connect you with student leaders who organize the visits and/or members of the Relationship Management Team if your company is interested in continuing a partnership to build out a recruitment strategy.