San Francisco - March 7th - GEM Alumni & Student Get-Together

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Grenoble is visiting the Bay Area! Who better to give them a warm welcome to the city than our local GEM Alumni!

Grenoble is visiting the Bay Area! Who better to give them a warm welcome to the city than our local GEM Alumni!

Jean-Paul Aussel, GEM Program Director, and the current students of the MSc Innovation, Strategy & Entrepreneurship cohort are heading to San Francisco for their annual study trip.
They will be accompanied by Chelsea Choppy, GEM Alumni Relations Officer. 
Who better to give them a warm welcome to the city than our local GEM Alumni! 

We would love to hear about your experience getting settled in San Francisco.  
Any thoughts you'd be willing to share about the job market, cultural differences, or tips and tricks would be highly appreciated so we can use your valuable feedback to help your fellow alumni as well as current students who have questions about the city! 


Please join them for a cocktail on: 

 

Thursday, March 7th
620 Jones Rooftop Bar
620 Jones Street at Geary
San Francisco, CA 94102, USA
7PM – 10PM

 

To help us with logistics, please register. the first round of drinks is on us! 
All alumni already have a profile so please do not create a new one. 
For assistance please contact alumni@grenoble-em.com
 

 

Don't miss this opportunity to mentor students, socialize with your fellow alumni, and maybe even find your next intern!
Come share your expertise, internship/job hunting tips and more!  

 

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