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Entrepreneurship, Business, and Consulting

The Entrepreneurship, Business, and Consulting career community is a diverse group of professions that attracts problem-solvers, analysts, creative thinkers, and relationship-builders.

Many Marlboro graduates go on to become entrepreneurs, create or work in start-ups, join consultancies, build new networks, or lead in existing enterprises across many industries and community impact areas.

Entrepreneurship generally refers to transforming a conceptual idea to an actual new company or organization. Roles in a “start-up” environment can span many industries and job functions. But, the common factors in these careers are a high-paced, ambiguous environments where you have to quickly move from ideas to actions. Business is very broad term, and includes both consulting and finance. It also includes careers in real estate, hospitality and service management, food and beverage, retail, transportation, energy and many other sectors.

Consulting is a career pathway focused on helping clients and organizations solve problems. Examples of consulting careers include, but are not limited to, management/strategy, economic and healthcare consulting.

Resources

Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship

Small Business Administration  

Society of Professional Consultants

Management Consulted

Case Interview

National Association for the Self-Employed

GMAT.org —Tools to help you prepare for the GMAT, including free test prep software, information about scores, test scheduling and more.

MBA.com —Information on everything from deciding if an MBA is for you to paying off business school loans.

The Princeton Review MBA Programs by Specialization —This site offers a guide to business schools as well as advice on graduate and business school preparation.

Feature

Executive Director of Sustainable Entrepreneurial Innovations

Community Specific Job Boards

Indeed

80000Hours

AngelCo

Girlboss

FlexJobs

Detours

(a mostly random selection of Marlboro microdestinations)