In this issue:

Careers: – Futurethink seeks freelancer – Memento Studio seeks an MBA intern

Knowledge: – Product Design concentration at Wharton

Urban Design Competition – Participate and you can win $50,000

** Bonjour Website!

We hope you had a great Thanksgiving weekend and a healthy Cyber Monday. This is a busy week for everyone as the end of the semester approaches. We wish you the best of luck in your final projects and exams. If you'd like to share any of your final projects, we'd be more than happy to add them to our next newsletter. Meanwhile, there's a few opportunities ahead that you shouldn't miss.

** Careers

Futurethink ( seeks freelancer Interested in gaining innovation experience on your resume? Futurethink, a leading innovation capabilities building firm, is looking for part time help updating Case Studies on some of the world's most innovative companies. The time commitment is approximately 10-15 hours over the next few weeks. Please contact Anna Lee ( for more details. This is a paid freelance opportunity.

Memento Studio seeking MBA Intern

Memento Studio is a new digital app that allows you to transform your digital photos into custom paraphernalia (buttons, bottle openers, stickers etc). The app was created by a Mark Yarmarkovich, a Penn Medical PhD candidate with broad experience in cancer biology, biotechnology, and development of personalized medicine in oncology.

Mark seeks an intern (for immediate start) to help with Marketing efforts. MBA candidates with digital marketing experience are preferred but anyone interested should contact him to discuss


Interested in pursuing product design in a meaningful way during your MBA? Several students and board members have begun developing an initiative to enhance the Wharton MBA with a direct partnership with the Design and Engineering programs. Please let us know what YOU think about individualized majors, concentrations, and potential joint-degree opportunities with this survey:


Urban Design Competition

Collaborate with graduate students from architecture and landscape design to devise a comprehensive development program for a real, large-scale real estate site, including drawings, site plans, tables, and market-feasible financial data. The winning team will receive $50,000 and the finalist teams $10,000 each. Contact Carol at by December 6 if interested.

More information on the competition, organized by Hines and the Urban Land Institute, can be found here: 

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Thanks for reading this far, we wish you a creative and productive week. If you have any items that you'd like us to include in next week's issue please email Enrique: