Each year, Endeavor recruits graduate students from leading U.S. business schools to spend 10 weeks during the summer working on-site with Endeavor Entrepreneurs as part of the eMBA Program, which is generously supported by Barclays. The three primary areas of focus for the eMBA projects are strategy, operations, and financing.
Over the years, hundreds of MBA students — after a highly competitive application process — have been placed with entrepreneurs across Endeavor’s affiliate countries. Endeavor ranks among the top 2% of recruiters at Harvard Business School and Stanford, and recruits from other leading schools including MIT, Penn, Columbia, Northwestern, Yale, and INSEAD.
Endeavor’s eMBAs often catalog the diverse professional and personal experiences they have during their placements for friends, family members and the general Endeavor network. Below are highlights of these write-ups that have been posted on the Endeavor Blog as part of the ongoing “eMBA Field Report” series.
Tammy Wu, Cornell-Queen’s School of Business
Leire Borderias, London Business School
Amanda Wu, Cornell University’s Johnson School of Business
Manuel Alvarez Ortega, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Nate Wong, Yale University’s School of Management
Abulaziz Baroum, Babson College’s F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business
Andrea Zuluaga, London Business School
Chris Zefferys, Thunderbird School of Management
eMBA Field Report: From Hong Kong to Uruguay
Rufino de la Rosa, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology