HBS is hosting its third annual Military Prospective Students Day, and unlike the first two years where the event was held in the spring, this event will be held in just two weeks in the end of September. Here is some more details:
On Friday, September 28th, the Harvard Business School Admissions Office and current student veterans of the HBS Armed Forces Alumni Association (AFAA) are hosting the third annual Military Prospective Students Day. Please contact the school ASAP to try to get a slot for this great event.
Military Prospective Students Day has been designed to give current military and veteran prospective candidates an opportunity to learn more about Harvard Business School and address any specific concerns held by military candidates for admission. Some of our agenda items for the day include a class visit, current student panel discussion, and presentations by Admissions, Financial Aid, and Career & Professional Development.
This is a small enough of an event where you will get a chance to engage and ask your questions, but not so small that your own background or story will be scrutinized by anyone. There is really very little downside to coming to this. Make sure to wear business attire if you go (at least that's my recommendation). It's always easier to take a coat and a tie off than it is to create them out of field expedient tree braches.