Join us for Wharton MBA Military Visit Day
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Join us for Wharton MBA Military Visit Day
We invite you to visit Wharton’s campus on Thursday, April 2 for our Military Visit Day. During the day you will meet members of the Wharton community and discover our distinctively collaborative environment, innovative learning, global access, and diversity of talent that places you at the leading edge of new ideas that shape worldwide practice in the business, non-profit, and government sectors. The day will include an overview of the admissions and financial aid processes, career management opportunities that are available to Wharton students, the opportunity to visit a Wharton class, and the chance to network with current Veteran students at Wharton. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
What: Wharton MBA Military Visit Day
When: Thursday, April 2, 2020 | 8:00am - 5:00pm ET (you may also attend an optional weekly MBA social gathering called Wharton Pub until 8pm)
Where: Wharton Philadelphia Campus | Jon M. Huntsman Hall - 3730 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19104
Who: Current military members or veterans interested in the Wharton MBA program
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Graduation Year: 2021
Branch of Service: US Army
Originally from Fontana, California Everette attended the US Air Force Academy for undergrad and commissioned as an Air Force Acquisitions Officer in 2014. After serving for 5 years, Everette matriculated at Wharton and is currently majoring in Finance and Real Estate. At school, he is on the board for the Real Estate Club and is involved with AAMBAA and the Veterans' club.
Originally from Philadelphia, Kelly studied Mechanical Engineering at Villanova University and graduated in 2011. Kelly enlisted as a Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician following his undergrad and served for 6 years. Kelly then interned in Electronic Equities at JPMorgan before matriculating at Wharton where he is an Operations and Marketing duel major. Following Wharton, he will work as a consultant for Bain & Co. in the NYC office. At school, he is involved in the Veterans Club, serves as a Communications Fellow, and is on the Wharton Dean’s Advisory Council.
Born in Washington, D.C., Alec spent most of his childhood in South America. He returned to D.C. where he graduated from high school, then went on to attend the U.S. Naval Academy from which he graduated in 2005. He served on active duty for a total of eight years, both as a submarine officer and as an operations planner in the Middle East and Europe. After leaving active duty, he spent several years as a consultant in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Alec is currently the Co-President of the Wharton Veterans Club, an active member of its rugby and boxing clubs, a McNulty Venture Fellow, a Perry World House Associate, and the Editor-in-Chief of the Wharton Journal. He will be joining McKinsey&Co's Philadelphia office following graduation.
Originally from Tel-Aviv, Israel, Dina attended the Bar- Ilan University for undergrad, where she majored in Applied Mathematics. She commanded over the Aviation Firefighting Course in the Israeli Air force. After serving for three years in the IDF and building a career as a Software Engineer and a Team Leader, Dina pursued her MBA at Wharton and is currently majoring in Business Analytics. Dina is the Co-President of the Wharton Israeli Club, Wharton Squash Club, and is involved in the Veterans' club.
Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Chris attended the US Military Academy at West Point and commissioned as an Army Infantry officer in 2013. After serving for 5 years, Chris matriculated at Wharton and is currently majoring in Finance and Accounting. At school, he is involved in the Veterans club, Finance club and serves as an Admissions Fellow. Chris interned with Credit Suisse in NYC between his first and second year, and will return there to work full-time upon graduation.