Category Archives: Latin America

Tuck in Brazil 2012, part 2

Guest post by Katherine Bante T’13 March 17: After a great week in Rio de Janeiro, the Tuck Brazil trek continued on to Sao Paulo. The difference between the cities is quite striking. What Sao Paulo lacks in natural beauty, … Continue reading

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Case Competition in Mexico City

Guest post by Matthew Grady T’13 Thursday, March 8, 2012. Having endured the manual replacement of an essential cabin-pressure valve on my Delta jet (and the accompanying 90-minute flight delay), I now find myself hurtling rapidly toward Mexico City some … Continue reading

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Tuck in Latin America

Dean Paul Danos sent this message to the Tuck community yesterday about his recent travels in Latin America. ———————— October 31, 2011 Hello everyone! I am returning to Hanover from a trip to Brazil and Argentina. I am pleased to … Continue reading

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Career Advice: nurture your network

Eduardo Pokorny T’01 is the newly appointed chief financial officer for the Spanish-speaking businesses of ESPN Latin America. He says that his connections or “network” has been very important for all the job interviews he’s had. Read the story here. … Continue reading

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