Career Development Opportunities


Career Development Opportunities


Career Development

Career Planning – nothing is more important to the Wharton Graduate than where their next job will be. WGES members come from well established careers drawing from all business walks of life – from entrepreneurship – to corporate business re: technology/government/finance/education/public service and more. We can help give you guidance in the field of your choice. Contact for more assistance.

WGES Leadership Committee members Eugene Aaron, WG’73, and Maryfrance Davis, WG’70 lead the effort to support two of the many robust programs offered by the School to alumni. First, Lifelong Learning, where members receive online notifications of Wharton Webinars, Conferences, Reunions, Events, Executive Education, and On-Demand Virtual Learning. Late breaking messages are also sent on important topics (health crises, finance, improved lifestyle, plus more.). Stay digital to get on board.

We are also teaming with Wharton MBA Career Management on a number of ongoing initiatives.

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