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Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Thursday at 1 PM Pacific

December 14th 2017:MBA Expectations; Saving Tips for Late Starters; Columbia Essays

If you have aspirations of earning an MBA, you know that leadership is important. But do you know what constitutes good leadership experience from a business school admissions perspective? A former Wharton graduation admissions officer will join us to share her thoughts. Most saving for college segments focus on what parents should be doing when their kids are young, but we have some advice for parents of high school students who haven’t yet started to save. And in Office Hours we’ll talk through Columbia’s supplemental essay questions.

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Judith Silverman Hodara

Judith is a Co-Founder and Director of Fortuna Admissions. She served as a core member of admissions committees at the University of Pennsylvania for almost two decades. She most recently served as Acting Director at the Wharton School’s MBA Program. She was also an Associate Director of Admissions in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. While at the Wharton School, Judith’s multi-region expertise in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East helped her to shape the incoming Wharton classes from a competitive applicant pool of the world’s best and brightest. She reviewed thousands of applications during her tenure and greatly enjoyed the opportunity to travel extensively for Wharton, meeting wit
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Kathryn Flynn

Kathryn Flynn is Content Director at Savingforcollege.com, a leading source of unbiased information on 529 plans and other ways to save and pay for college. She has written numerous articles about 529 plans, published on Savingforcollege.com and other personal finance websites, and is editor of Savingforcollege.com's weekly consumer newsletter and bi-weekly Pro Update. Kathryn has been featured as an expert guest on podcasts, and has been quoted in financial publications including Fortune, Money and GOBankingRates. Prior to Savingforcollege.com, Kathryn worked in product marketing at Henderson Global Investors (now Janus Henderson Investors), a global asset manager. She earned her B.S. deg
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Mary Sue Youn

Mary Sue Youn joined College Coach after many years in college admissions, most recently at Barnard College, where she served as the senior associate director of admissions. As the senior manager of the admissions staff, Mary Sue coordinated admissions recruitment travel, and trained and directed the application reading and review process. She chaired the admissions committee and reviewed thousands of applications from both first-year and transfer admissions applicants. Prior to her tenure at Barnard, Mary Sue was an admissions counselor at Whittier College and directed the merit scholarship process for the college. A graduate of Cornell University, she began her admissions career as an al
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