You are invited to attend two panels, hosted by the Middlebury Consulting Group and the CCI, that are geared toward students interested in pursuing consulting professionally.
The first panel will consist of current students that interned last summer or will intern this summer at consulting firms such as Kaiser Associates, PwC, and Accenture. The second panel will consist of current students that have accepted full-time offers at consulting firms such as Analysis Group and Bain & Company.
You are welcome to attend only one panel or both.
Join us Monday, January 28 in Hillcrest 103
Intern Panel (5:00-5:45pm)
- Isabel Aguirre, Strategy&
- Mariana Echeverria, PwC
- Matt O’Neal, Accenture
- Matt Ravi, Kaiser Associates
Job Panel (5:45-6:30pm)
- Justin Ernstig, Cadent Consulting
- Isabel Lindsay, Deloitte
- Dylan Mortimer, Analysis Group
- Molly Paradies, Bain
Here are the final 2 events in the series.
Jumpstarting Your Career: A Panel With Young Alums
Thursday, January 24 at 4:30 pm in Hillcrest 103
Come to this fun, light session to learn from young alumni about things they wish they knew before graduation and how to make their way in the real world after college. RSVP here.
- Alex Brockelman ‘18
- William Pennington-FitzGerald ’17
- Thomas Wentworth ‘18
- Katie Ritter ‘15
Tuesday, January 29 at 6 pm in Atwater
Benefit from learning the life skills of networking at cocktail parties and dining in an appropriate way. Starting with tips from an expert, learn how to handle yourself with confidence, make introductions and work the room. Tickets $5 at go/boxoffice. Limited seats available.
Here are the past events in the series:
Sponsored by CCI, Student Government Association, MiddCORE, MCAB and Health and Wellness office.
Thursday, January 10 from 4:30-6 pm in ADK Library
Stop by any time for this drop in session. Come get a professional headshot for your account (first come first serve), and stick around to learn how to make the most of your profile. Advisors will be available to walk you through how to use the alumni tool, research employers and more! RSVP here.
Personal Finance 101
Monday, January 14 at 4:30pm in
Axinn 219 Twilight Hall Auditorium
Are you a saver or a spender? How do you make a budget and actually live within it? Do you usually take risks or are you pretty conservative with your money? Come to this session to learn about these questions and more and have a knowledgeable discussion with an expert. Presented by Kevin Renshler, Associate Director, MiddCORE and Professor of the Practice in Business and Enterprise. RSVP here.
Wednesday, January 16 at 4:30 pm in Axinn 229
Everyone should know how to negotiate their salary, yet very few people actually do. This workshop will teach the fundamentals of negotiating a higher salary including why it is important, how to find out how much you are worth, how to get a raise and more. Presented by National Life Group, a Vermont employer very interested in introducing you to these skills that you can use in any type of future employment situation. Open to all students, all majors, whether you are job or internship searching now or later. RSVP here.
Balancing Work and Wellness after Graduation
Thursday, January 17 at 4:30 pm in Axinn 219
How do you maintain a healthy, balanced lifestyle once you enter the workplace? This workshop will address the importance of keeping health and wellness at the forefront of each day so you can be a happy, healthy and productive employee. Topics will include nutrition, mindfulness, movement, sleep/work balance, etc. The talk will be given by Molly (Lukins) Burke, Midd ’97, who started her own corporate wellness company in New York City. Presented by Molly Lukins Burke ’97, Food + Mood NYC. RSVP here.
Join Matt St. Amour ’17 when he returns to campus to talk about working at LHi Group, a specialist recruitment/headhunting firm.
Open to all students, but athletes are especially encouraged to attend. The company is looking to grow quite a bit and they are focusing on bringing in people with a competitive drive and other personal traits that could be learned through sports or other activities, that directly correlate to a strong career in recruitment.
**Students who participate in these programs increase their odds of being offered a summer analyst position**
At Morgan Stanley, we know that the diversity of our people is one of our greatest strengths. We strive to build an organization that is diverse in experience and background, reflecting our standards of integrity and excellence. The following undergraduate Diversity Programs are an integral part of our diversity recruiting efforts.
Participants are invited to Morgan Stanley’s New York Headquarters to gain insight into our businesses through a variety of workshops, network with employees, and participate in the first stage of the Summer Analyst recruiting process.
You will be asked to rank your top 3 divisions of interest. Before selecting your divisions of interest, we encourage you to watch our Morgan Stanley webinars to help you make an informed decision.
Application Deadline: Thursday, February 7
Eligibility Requirement: undergraduate Black, Hispanic, and Native American students graduating between December 2020-June 2022
Application Deadline: Thursday, February 7
Eligibility Requirement: undergraduate Women graduating between December 2020-June 2022
Application Deadline: Wednesday, March 6
Eligibility Requirement: undergraduate students who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender graduating between December 2020-June 2022
Application Deadline: Wednesday, March 13
Eligibility Requirement: Women, LGBT+, Black, Hispanic, Native American undergraduate students graduating between December 2020-June 2021
Designed for students interested in Compliance, Corporate Treasury, Finance, Firm Risk Management, Human Resources, Internal Audit, and/or Operations
Application Deadline: Wednesday, February 27
Eligibility Requirement: Women, LGBT+, Black, Hispanic, Native American undergraduate students graduating between December 2020-June 2022
- After submitting your application you will be asked to complete an additional video component via HireVue. You will receive a separate e-mail with information on how to complete this step within 72 hours of submitting your application. We encourage you to account for this step in your application timeline.
- Eligible candidates must be currently enrolled at a four year accredited institution and provide their resume with a current GPA.
- You may apply to as many Early Insights Programs as you are eligible for and interested in, but can only be selected to attend one.
- Tune in here to watch Morgan Stanley educational webinars in order to help narrow down your divisional interests.
- All events will be held at our offices in New York City; participation is limited.
- Morgan Stanley will provide travel and hotel accommodations for selected applicants.
- Who we are:
We are Middlebury College students from diverse backgrounds and varied academic interests who provide free consulting services to small businesses and nonprofits. Our project teams consist of six to eight students who are interested in complementing their liberal arts education with practical experience.
- What we do:
Our aim at MCG is to create a win-win scenario for clients and students. On the one hand, we strive to quickly add value to our clients’ organizations and have a strong track record to demonstrate our success. Our outside perspectives combined with our broad skill set enable us to assist clients in tackling company-specific or industry-specific problems. MCG members reap the rewards of interacting with clients and, more generally, the community. This connection fosters a greater understanding of the world outside the confines of the campus, thereby enriching students’ education.
Check out our website for more information: www.middleburyconsultinggroup.com
Our people bring commercial instincts and a whatever-it-takes mentality to every project to understand our clients’ unique questions and identify the precise experts who can offer valuable insights. We connect our clients to the knowledge they need, helping them think faster and smarter than the competition, generate ideas, and make extraordinary breakthroughs to drive business forward.
Check out their very informative brochure here with a lot more details.
We partner with top companies to train college students for free to help them land their dream jobs.
ModernGuild partners with leading companies to curate year-round training and interviewing opportunities designed to equip college students with the core competencies and the self-confidence they need to land their dream jobs.
The Final Application Deadline is February 7th. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so we encourage you to apply early!
This program is free for students, provides one-on-one mentoring, and exclusive interviews with program sponsors like Citi, Barclays, JP Morgan Chase, Macquarie, Deloitte, pwc, Nomura, Bloomberg, Credit Suisse, Moelis, Point72, Goldman Sachs, TD Bank, The Kresge Foundation, Aksia, Brown Advisory, and Kalypso.
Apply via Handshake.
To learn more, please visit modernguild.com.
Are you a first-year or sophomore who is interested in the financial services industry? The boot camp will provide you with a thorough exploration of the industry, the participants in the industry, and the myriad of career paths available.
You will learn the difference between the Sell Side and the Buy Side, including the role of the investment banker, capital markets, asset management, hedge funds, private equity, private wealth management, and supporting functions. You will walk away with an understanding of financial terminology, roles within the industry, and confidence to help you build your network.
The boot camp will be facilitated by Stephanie Hockman who brings over 20 years’ experience in the financial services industry. She is currently Program Director for Careers in Business and Finance at Loeb Center for Career Exploration and Planning at Amherst College. Prior to her current role, she worked at BNP Paribas as a Managing Director in Global Equities and Commodity Derivatives (“GECD”) leading teams in New York, London and Hong Kong as well as leading the internship and analyst/associate programs. Prior to BNP Paribas, Stephanie was a Principal and head of relationship management at Banc of America Securities. Stephanie started her career at Arthur Andersen as a tax consultant after earning her Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and Master in Professional Accounting (MPA) at The University of Texas at Austin.
Where: MBH 216
When: Sunday, January 20, 2019
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Space is limited and first-years and sophomores have priority. If you are a junior or senior who is interested in attending, please email UOlender@middlebury.edu to request that you be added to a wait list.
Whether you are in the early stages of exploring opportunities or you have decided on a potential career path, the Bank of America Spring Diversity & Inclusion Forums provide female and ethnically diverse first year and sophomore students with the opportunity to learn about the financial services industry, dive deep into specific business areas, develop relationships with professionals and prepare for the 2020 application and interview process. Bank of America is committed to diversity and inclusion in its workforce – all students are welcome to apply.
Elevating Careers – NYC: March 26-27 and Charlotte: April 4-5
Ignite with Tech – Charlotte: April 1-3
Step Ahead: Banking, Markets & Investment Management – NYC: April 10-11
Ignite with STEM – Charlotte: March 20 NYC: April 2
To apply: The application deadline for all programs is February 3 at 11:55 p.m. Eastern. While student applications are limited to one Spring Diversity & Inclusion Forum, we will consider applicants for all forums based on capacity.
Learn more & apply here: go.bofa.com/SpringDiversityInclusionForums19
As a sophomore, now is the time to bring focus to your career path and develop the essential skills that will help you succeed after you graduate. Use the Sophomore Springboard diversity program to prepare for a future career in financial services.
Career preparation and skills development
We’re offering talented, motivated undergraduate sophomores an opportunity to visit our New York office and explore career opportunities in the following areas:
- Sales and Trading
During the program, you will take part in business workshops, as well as specialized soft skills training and interview preparation. There will be plenty of opportunities to network with Barclays employees and your fellow program participants.
As one of our diversity programs, Sophomore Springboard is designed to attract and educate high-achieving, underrepresented candidates, including LGBTQAI, Veterans, Women, Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American and Disability students.
- Interview for a summer 2020 internship (at the program or later in the season)
- Take part in business and skill building workshops
- Receive the support of a mentor
- Network with up to 100 business leaders
- Women’s Track: April 2 and 3, 2019
- Ethnically Diverse Track: April 23 and 24, 2019
- You must be on track to graduate between December 2020 and June 2021
- You must have a strong GPA, ideally of 3.2 or higher
To participate, follow these steps:
- Register your interest by February 4, 2019.
- Complete your application by February 7, 2019. You will receive a link to apply via email after registering your interest and before the application deadline. Candidates will only be considered for one division; please do not submit more than one application.
- Complete your pre-interview assessment powered by Koru. You will receive instructions for this via email upon completion of your application.
Note: Your application will only be considered once you’ve
Learn more at barclays.com/joinus