Well, the final semester of classes I will ever take in my life started this week. The two years have gone fast, as everyone warns you when you are starting out. It is certainly true.
I have a pretty good schedule, I think. Over the past three semesters, I have taken most of the "core" MBA classes (Data/Models/Decisions, Marketing, Accounting, two levels of Finance, Microeconomics, Organizational Processes, Comm, Negotiation, etc.) and numerous Entrepreneurship and Innovation focused classes (Innovation Strategy, New Enterprises, Dilemmas in Founding New Ventures, Early Stage Capital, G-Lab, Business Law).
So this semester I decided to take some different classes to round out what I hadn't yet taken. I am taking two Macro-Econ classes that I think will be really interesting. Both with rockstar professors. I am also taking Tech Sales - which so far has been great. Sales is an often over-looked MBA career, but I am really interested in it. I am also taking two great classes where we get to meet real CEOs and hear their stories: Managing in Adversity, and CEO Perspectives. In the latter class we have Dan Akerson (CEO, GM), Meredith Whitney (CEO, Meredith Whitney Advisory Group), Dan Hesse (CEO, Sprint), Leo Apotheker (CEO, HP) -- to just name a few -- coming in to talk to the class. It should be great.
But the biggest job I will have this semester is finding a job. I will be doing a lot of informal job searching, since I am looking into smaller companies. I am excited for the process and even more excited for the outcome. Looking for jobs in tech / start-ups always happens later in the school year, right down to the wire, so we'll see how it goes.