What Is the Wharton Fellows Program?

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Wharton Fellows
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Darin Pastor is an experienced and well-rounded financial professional who started his career as a division manager at the Pepsi-Cola Buffalo Bottling Corporation. Darin Pastor holds numerous licenses and certifications, including one in life and health insurance and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Series 7, 66, 63, 6, and 24 licenses. Mr. Pastor is also a fellow of the Wharton School of Business.

A part of the University of Pennsylvania, the Wharton School of Business was founded in 1881 and is the world’s first college school of business. The school has locations in Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Beijing, and boasts nearly 100,000 alumni members around the globe. In addition to traditional advanced education programs, Wharton hosts programs targeted to business executives currently practicing their work, such as the Wharton Fellows program.

The Wharton Fellows program is designed for business executives with at least 15 years of management experience. The program provides an environment of consistent learning along with a network of international peers. An applicant obtains fellow status after admittance to the program and alumni status after the completion of 12 courses. To maintain status as a fellow, at least one master-level course must be completed every two years.

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