Wharton Stories: Student Profiles

Last semester, four undergraduate Wharton Social Impact Initiative Fellows dove into WIRED, a first-of-its-kind impact investing database.

Social Impact Fellows Examine the Ins and Outs of Impact Investing

Christian Butts, W’18, explains how he balanced his interests inside and outside the classroom with a variety of work experiences and research opportunities at Penn.

Do What You Enjoy: Recent Wharton Graduate Shares What Kept Him Grounded

The great thing about Wharton is that it allows you to explore different interests and activities. By no means do you need to come to college already having your future planned out.

This undergrad is still deciding what she wants to do with her business education – and that’s okay!

Christopher Richardson is interested in marketing, retail, and entertainment and hopes to work with a marketing agency in a position that allows him to combine his analytical and creative halves

How This Undergrad Is Exploring His Diverse Interests

One Wharton undergraduate discovers the incredible global network Penn has to offer

Wharton Around The World

John Onwualu came to Wharton to start a career on Wall Street, but along the way he was a student-athlete who experienced an Ivy League championship with Penn Football.

How a Student-Athlete Built Relationships at Wharton

Bryan Mena-Martinez has learned how to make the most of his time at Penn and Wharton — and after.

How This Wharton Student Is Making the Most of His Time at Penn

Alexis-Amanda Malcolm has found the community at Wharton and Penn welcoming and supportive, personally and academically. “The amount of people who will go completely out of their way to help you succeed is incredible at Penn,” she said. “I was able to find so many mentors here that have not only helped make my experience in university smoother but have also become some of my dearest friends.”

A Student Leader Finds a Welcoming Community at Penn and Wharton

Determined to have an international impact, Stephanie Wu, W’20, is taking advantage of Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative’s resources, including a summer research assistantship and the Industry Exploration Program in Washington, DC.

How an Undergrad From Australia Aims to Have an International Policy Impact

His weekly commute from Peru to Philadelphia for his Wharton EMBA wasn’t easy, but Edgar Ore found it absolutely necessary for his career goals.

Why His Commute from Peru to San Francisco Was “Absolutely Worthwhile”