Career Treks

Career Treks are typically organized by active MBA or undergraduate clubs most commonly during fall and spring. These trips prepare students for the real-world and introduce them to the companies they may want to work for upon graduating. Students at Yale take the opportunity on school breaks to go on Tech Treks to Silicon Valley. Likewise, schools like UCLA organize Finance Treks to New York City.

These trips are often student-led. The leaders of career treks have a unique advantage over other students. Organizing a career trek signals to companies that these students have leadership skills and an entrepreneurial spirit.

Career treks provide an opportunity for students to connect with experienced executives and learn about company culture. They encourage thoughtful career exploration and personal discovery, bridging the gap between academia and the business world.

Planning for a Career Trek is a complex process requiring the coordination of multiple people. Rather than spending hours juggling e-mail lists, Excel and Google Docs, save time by using WeTravel. Using WeTravel you can message participants, request information, and collect funds with our safe & secure, commission-free payment system.

You’ll want to put your best foot forward when meeting someone who could offer you a job one day. Focus on finding that fancy suit and some shiny shoes to make a good first impression, and let WeTravel help you plan the logistics.

See how others planned their Career Trek and get started on creating your own trip.

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