Teran Tadal, Associate Director of Academic Affairs & Advising in the Wharton School gives incoming freshman a snapshot of available resources in G95, the hub of the Wharton Undergraduate division. Students may visit G95 to receive advising on majors and concentrations, study abroad programs, and general academic concerns. Be sure to stop by! We're sure she or one of the other amazing advisors will be glad to see any of your smiling faces.

Teran Tadal, Associate Director of Academic Affairs & Advising in the Wharton School gives incoming freshman a snapshot of available resources in G95, the hub of the Wharton Undergraduate division. Students may visit G95 to receive advising on majors and concentrations, study abroad programs, and general academic concerns. Be sure to stop by! We're sure she or one of the other amazing advisors will be glad to see any of your smiling faces.

Our special guest, Wharton alumnus and former BWUA President ('12), Triston Francis providing insight on his struggles and triumphs during his time at Penn. Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors alike find relevance in Triston's message to utilize the resources and network available to you whether they be friends, colleagues, professors, or tutors. 

Students got to pick the brains of five upperclassmen panelists who interned over the summer in various industries including: finance, media, consulting, and technology. Questions from the audience ranged in topic from networking to get a start in the corporate world to the legacy they desire to leave in their professional careers. The panelists provided useful advice and even some solid one liners at the end of the discussion. "You have one mouth and two ears for a reason. Listen." - Jasmin Smoots     "Shoot for the stars and you'll hit the moon. Very few people have even made it there." -Sylvester Tate

Students got to pick the brains of five upperclassmen panelists who interned over the summer in various industries including: finance, media, consulting, and technology. Questions from the audience ranged in topic from networking to get a start in the corporate world to the legacy they desire to leave in their professional careers. The panelists provided useful advice and even some solid one liners at the end of the discussion.

"You have one mouth and two ears for a reason. Listen." - Jasmin Smoots    

"Shoot for the stars and you'll hit the moon. Very few people have even made it there." -Sylvester Tate

Even after the panel was over we're glad to see the conversation continued!

Even after the panel was over we're glad to see the conversation continued!

Baltimore Seafood & Crab was served. Yes, it was good as it looks!

Ohana means family... Welcome to the Black Wharton Undergraduate Association family where no one is left behind.

Ohana means family... Welcome to the Black Wharton Undergraduate Association family where no one is left behind.

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