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Summer Recap 2018

Wharton Women have been up to incredible things during the summer of 2018! Keep reading to find out, in their own words, what they accomplished in their time away from Penn: Class of 2019 Mergers & Acquisitions (Evercore Partners): Lydia Chen, New York, NY This summer (and my last before graduating!), I had the opportunity to work in investment banking at Evercore, a boutique advisory firm. Over the course of 10 weeks, I was staffed on many interesting deals across the tech, media, insurance, and Asian Alliances industries. For example, my favorite deal involved sourcing potential acquisition targets in Southeast Asia for a large Mexican cinema chain. In addition, being part of a small class of 50 interns made all of our organized summer activities even more fun—we had a softball tournament, participated in Habitat for Humanity, and even went to a country club in Long Island! Finally, I lived in the East Village in Manhattan which was the perfect location for good food, friends, and fun nightlife. Happy to talk about my experience, so feel …

Summer Recap 2017

Wharton Women have been up to incredible things during the summer of 2017! Keep reading to find out, in their own words, what they accomplished in their time away from Penn: Class of 2018 Business Analytics (The Hershey Company): Carson Miller, Hershey, PA This summer I was lucky enough to be able to intern at the sweetest place on earth, The Hershey Company. At Hershey I worked on the business intelligence and analytics team where I was able to learn a tremendous amount about how data can be used to drive business decisions. It was a great hands on experience where I was able to develop a new set of technical skills in building an application for my team to use. Being at a CPG company was an amazing experience and I loved being able to work with such tangible and lovable products. Having the opportunity to learn more about how technology can intersect with businesses gave me a lot to think about in how I can approach future situations when in the workplace. Sports Business …