Check out these opportunities below, all donor-funded by the Middlebury Asia Council with a CCI award of $4,000.00. These are a big deal!
Join VXI in Shanghai this summer as a Business Support Specialist. VXI China has more than a decade of experience in working with leading global companies to meet their needs in a wide variety of industries, including information technology, financial services, government services, retail marketing and others.
As a Business Support Specialist, you will participate in the company’s innovative technology research and development projects, perform data statistics and analysis, and assist in document preparation.
This is a ten-week internship at LU.COM (www.lu.com), an online Internet finance company headquartered in Lujiazui, Shanghai. LU.COM is one of the largest online wealth management platforms in China.
You will research investment preference of customers and assist to develop marketing campaigns tailored to the various customers and investors. A basic understanding of financial-technology (or fintech) and the desire to learn and grow are musts.
This is a ten-week internship at LU.COM (www.lu.com), an online Internet finance company headquartered in Lujiazui, Shanghai. LU.COM is one of the largest online wealth management platforms in China. Start and end dates of internship may be flexible.
You will assist to collect the financial data, aggregated, and reasonability analysis, draw up the report; assist to follow up the company business management data, analysis and collect the operation performance of all departments; and perform other task assigned by leader, and other special project analysis work.
The intern will provide support to various functions in the small Shanghai office including but not limited to Investment, Asset Management, Project Development and Finance. There will be also opportunity to be engaged in local or regional projects. The role provides an excellent opportunity to have an overview of the local property (real estate) industry and develop knowledge and skills required for a career in property.
Please join us for panel on immigration and DACA in our current political climate with Viveka Ray-Mazumder ’11, Manager of Youth Organizing at Asian Americans Advancing Justice; Susana Muñoz, Assistant Professor at the School of Education at Colorado State University; and Tom Wong, Associate Professor of Political Science at UC San Diego at 4:30 in Wilson Hall. If you would like to continue the conversation with these expert, please join us for an Atwater Thai dinner immediately following the event at 6 p.m. If you are a student, please reply to CCSRE@middlebury.edu and indicate your ID number. If you are a staff or faculty member, simply send an email with your name.
Google is not a conventional company, and don’t intend to become one. True, they share attributes with the world’s most successful organizations – a focus on innovation and smart business practices comes to mind – but even as they continue to grow, they’re committed to retaining a small-company feel. At Google, they know that every employee has something important to say, and that every employee is integral to their success.
They provide individually-tailored compensation packages that can be comprised of competitive salary, bonus, and equity components, along with the opportunity to earn further financial bonuses and rewards. Googlers thrive in small, focused teams and high-energy environments, believe in the ability of technology to change the world, and are as passionate about their lives as they are about their work.
For more information, visit www.google.com/careers.
There are currently positions posted in Handshake:
I am excited to announce the Employer Visit Schedule for first-years and sophomores planning for Summer 2019 opportunities in finance. Please pay particular attention to Handshake events and notifications and emails from me as we often have to modify the schedule due to alumni work schedules.
As deadlines are fast approaching, please be sure to have your resume reviewed by a Peer Career Advisor and complete the Code of Conduct in Handshake (click on the Career Center tab>choose Surveys>Student Code of Conduct). Failure to complete these tasks may jeopardize your chances for success.
- Monday, Feb. 26; 5:30 p.m. in Hillcrest – TD Securities Info Session – This event will provide information about the Sophomore Program, which is available for students from underrepresented backgrounds who are interested in investment banking and sales and trading. Diverse first-years and sophomores are encouraged to attend.
- Monday, Feb. 26; 6:30 p.m. in Hillcrest – TD Securities Networking Reception – Come meet Sarah Shaikh ‘07.5 and her colleagues and learn more about roles a the firm.
- Tuesday, Feb. 27; 6:00 p.m. in MBH Great Hall – Goldman Sachs Diversity Meet and Greet – This event will provide diverse students with an opportunity to participate in a skills building session to learn more about opportunities and to network with professionals across the firm. This event will be most relevant for persons who have been traditionally underrepresented at Goldman Sachs (e.g. people who identify as women, Black, Hispanic, Native American, LGBT, or persons with disabilities).
- Tuesday, Feb. 27; 7:15 p.m. in MBH 216 – Goldman Sachs Firmwide Info Session – This event is open to first years and sophomores interested in learning more about firmwide opportunities and the recruiting process for Summer 2019 opportunities.
- Wednesday, Feb. 28; 8:30-9:30 a.m. in Coltrane Lounge – Goldman Sachs Women’s Breakfast – Goldman Sachs invites all first-year and sophomore women to the networking event. Stop by to find out more about our available opportunities at the firm and our Diversity Networks in particular. You will also be able to meet and network with Goldman Sachs professionals. Please note, you may leave early if you have class.
- Wednesday, Feb. 28 – Goldman Sachs Divisional 101 Chats with Alumni for Pre-Selected Sophomores Only – (Apply via Handshake; application period opens tomorrow at 8:00 a.m. and closes Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 11:55 p.m.)
- Tuesday, Mar. 6; 6:00 p.m. in Atwater Dining Hall – Morgan Stanley invites first-years, sophomores, and juniors to an information and networking session geared towards helping you understand the recruiting process, learn about the different divisions, and actually get to know the Middlebury alumni who work at Morgan Stanley. The participating divisions are Fixed Income, Institutional Equity, Investment Banking, Public Finance, Wealth Management, and Global Capital Markets.
- Monday, Mar. 19; 6:30 p.m. in Hillcrest 103 – Barclays Info Session
- Tuesday, Mar. 20; Barclays One-on-one chats with alumni (details not yet available – monitor Handshake for updates)
- Wednesday, Apr. 4 – Evercore Information Session(details not yet available – monitor Handshake for updates)
- Wednesday, Apr. 25 – Bank of America Merrill Lynch Info Session and one-on-one chats with alumni (details not yet available – monitor Handshake for updates)
- TBD (April) – TBD – Citi Info Session (details not yet available – monitor Handshake for updates)
- TBD (April) – Moelis & Co. (details not yet available – monitor Handshake for updates)
For those of you who missed the Recruiting 101 workshops please find the PPT here. If we haven’t met yet, please schedule an appointment with me via Handshake.
Director, Career Advising and Employer Relations
Please join Jonathan Shepherd ’95, Corporate Relations Director and Career Coach at Harvard Business School, to learn more about the HBS 2+2 Program and MBA application process. The event will include a presentation and an opportunity to ask questions.
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
RSVP your intention to attend here.