How to Market Like Google, Mingling With LGBT Students, and More Happening at B-Schools This Week

Networking, networking, networking—this week is jam-packed with opportunities to chat up business school alumni, admissions officers, and current students. When you’ve picked up too many business cards to bring home, learn a thing or two about breaking into the private equity field from a panel of experienced professionals.

Monday, Oct. 13
Get insights from Booth School of Business alumnus Ted Buell (MBA ’07), who leads Google’s marketing partnerships in the telecom industry, at an “intimate dinner.” (Chicago)

Tuesday, Oct. 14
Ponder “The Rise (and Likely Fall) of the Talent Economy” at the Rotman School of Management. (Toronto)

Kelley School of Business alumni share their wisdom with students at a networking event. (Indianapolis)

Wednesday, Oct. 15
Mingle with admissions officers and lesbian, gay, transgender, and bisexual Harvard Business School students at the school’s LGBT College Night. (Boston)

Thursday, Oct. 16
Calling all aspiring private equity professionals: Learn how to break into the field from a panel of speakers at the Ross School of Business. (Ann Arbor, Mich.)

Friday, Oct. 17
Tour the campus, sit in on a lecture, and chat up current students as part of the Scheller College of Business’s Shadow Day. (Atlanta)