What is 3CForum

3CForum empowers students and young professionals with skill, connection, and purpose to build successful and impactful careers.

 

Our Program

3CForum, in partnership with Stanford University, hosts its Career Accelerator Program every year. Participants learn from renowned faculties from Stanford University, industry leaders from Silicon Valley, and professional coaches from Fortune 500 companies. Select participants will also be invited to visit among the most prestigious companies in banking, consulting, and technology, interacting face-to-face with professionals and recruiters.

Student Testimonies

Juyue Chen, Yale University, Ph.D.

"3CForum course is a new start for me. I learned some really practical tools. Most importantly, I changed my mindset about storytelling and started training myself seriously. Thank you, 3CForum! You are changing young people’s lives! "

Zhichen Wang, University of Michigan, Master

"I met so many inspiring minds during the whole program. And thank you 3CForum for helping me land my first job after graduation! "

Emily Ng, Tufts University, Undergraduate

"I feel lucky to have participated in 3CForum before I started college because it gave me the tools to set myself up for career success. Through its incomparable array of speakers and teachers, I learned how to network effectively, how to speak confidently in interviews as well as hear from people who created their own success in the Silicon Valley landscape. 3CForum ultimately taught me the skills to wholly develop my interests into a viable career, and is an unmissable opportunity to take before starting college.”

James Qiu, MIT Sloan, MBA

"When I went to 3CForum, I was pleasantly surprised by how much the program helped me with my MBA application. A recurring theme in 3CForum was ‘what matters to us most’. I was pushed to confront that question after almost every lecture and every conversation I had. After so much self-reflection and self-introspection, I realized that 3CForum really guided me to a clear path after my MBA education. My growth was not just professional, but personal. Thank you, 3CForum!"
 
 

Who Are Involved

Distinguished Professionals and Coaches

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Yinuo Li, Director of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in China

Yinuo Li oversees a team that works with China’s public, private, and nonprofit sectors to address key domestic and global health, development, and policy issues. Yinuo joined the foundation in 2015 after a career at McKinsey & Co., where she was most recently a partner at the firm's Palo Alto office. From 2008 to 2013, while based in McKinsey’s Beijing office, Yinuo served as co-leader of the Healthcare Practice, and leader of the Social Sector and Global Public Health Practice. Her areas of expertise included health system and reform, global health, pharmaceutical and diagnostic products, digital healthcare, and health financing. Her clients covered leading multinational and Chinese pharmaceutical and life science companies, institutional investors, trade associations, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and academic institutions. Yinuo is a sought-after speaker on topics ranging from industry perspectives to strategy, organization, talent recruitment/development, and women’s leadership. Yinuo has a B.S. in biology from Tsinghua University in Beijing and a Ph.D. in molecular biology from UCLA.
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Mir Imran

Scientist

Entrepreneur & Investor

Karen Wong

Ph.D., J.D.

Partner at WSGR

Tom Ehrlich

Former Dean

Stanford Law

Linda Capello

Executive Coach

Fortune 500

 
 

Our Partners

Select participants will visit among the most prestigious companies in banking, consulting, and technology, interacting face-to-face with professionals and recruiters. In these carefully designed and conscientiously prepared sessions, participants will meet company employees through all ranks and across all divisions. From the entry levels to the partner levels, professionals in different divisions share their insiders’ view of what the companies seek in the hiring process.