Selected stories highlighting the Tuck Business Bridge program in top-tier media:
Tuck Today, "Mountain Made," January 30, 2019:
Story highlights Corinne Prevot, a Tuck Bridge and Middlebury alumna, on her journey from ski racer to CEO, and how Bridge helped propel the ski-inspired hat and accessories brand Skida.
Fortune, "New employees have less than 90 days to prove themselves," September 18, 2015:
Story highlights how quickly employers judge an employee's ability to be successful, and how business "boot camps" including Tuck Bridge help to meet these training needs.
WSJ, "Johnson & Johnson Goes Back to Campus for New Hires," June 5, 2015:
Story highlights Meg Moran, a Bridge and Tuck MBA alum.
WSJ, "Business Schools are Fighting to Recruit Top Women," May 6, 2015:
Mentions the launch of Tuck's Business Bridge Program at Smith College"
FT, "Business schools are their own worst enemies," April 26, 2015:
Highlights the Bridge program as a terrific example of how some business schools are working to reach the population seeking business education the most -- new undergraduates.
Poets & Quants, "Tuck MBA Profs Take Business Education to Undergrads," April 2014:
Highlights the launch of Tuck's new Bridge program on the Smith College campus.