This unique, two-year rotational fellowship sits at the intersection of the federal government and the financial services industry.
Director’s Financial Analysts are given the opportunity to hone analytical and problem solving skills while helping to make markets for consumer financial products work for Americans. Members of the Director’s Financial Analyst Program will experience diverse roles, responsibilities, and areas of expertise.
As a result, in a short period of time, analysts will play an integral role in everything the Bureau does, from rigorous data-driven policy creation and market monitoring to on-site supervision of market participants.
Deadline is Monday, February 11. Apply now in Handshake here
Applications are now open for this special opportunity to continue to study economics throughout the summer by working on research projects with staff from the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) and, indirectly, Middlebury Economics faculty members.
The topics of the fellowships vary from year to year. This year, one or two interns will work with household survey data using STATA, analyzing research questions related to ageing, disability, dependency and long term care in Latin America and the Caribbean. The data sources will include longitudinal social security surveys, disability surveys, time use surveys, and other household and labor force surveys.
The successful candidate will spend approximately 8 weeks in Washington DC, based in the Social Protection and Health Division of the IDB, under the supervision of Drs. Marco Stampini and Pablo Ibarraran. The intern will provide research assistance in the support of ongoing research projects in this theme. The stipend will be $3000.
More details and apply in Handshake here. Deadline is: February 15
Do you know where an MBA can take you? Open your mind to the breadth of career opportunities available in business and feel the flexibility of the MBA degree.
HBS offers three programs for college students that could be of interest to you, including two preview experiences (Peek Weekend and the Summer Venture in Management Program) as well as the 2+2 deferred admissions process for college seniors who are ready to apply to an MBA program.
Please join Jonathan Shepherd ’95, to learn more. RSVP here.
Thursday, February 14
The McKinsey Freshman Diversity Leadership Academy aims to support talented Black, African American, Hispanic, Latino, and/or Native American college freshmen in your professional growth. Through a 1.5-day program, students will be able to build leadership, team problem-solving, and case preparation skills. In addition, you will learn more about the management consulting industry, careers at McKinsey, and our application process.
The event will take place on April 5th – 6th , 2019, in Norwalk, CT. Travel expenses will be covered. Please submit your resume and short essay by February 28, 2019. Selected applicants will be notified by March 9, 2019.
Apply on Handshake here!
Congressional Leadership Development Program
Deadline 02/04/2019 at 5pm PST/8PM EST
WHAT IS THE CLDP?
The Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) and the Islamic Scholarship Fund (ISF) teamed up to create the Congressional Leadership Development Program (CLDP) to develop tomorrow’s American Muslim leaders. Simply put, we’re cultivating the next Mayors, City Councilors, Members of Congress, CEOs and non-profit Executive Directors.
We provide the right leadership tools
As a fellow, you will learn essential leadership tools in a classroom setting, then be placed in real-world situations to put what you learned into practice.
We place fellows into Capitol Hill internship positions
Walk the halls of Congress with Senators, Congressman and policy makers, gain an understanding of the policy making process from an insider’s perspective, and interact with a network of thousands of interns from across the nation who are also passionate about social change.
We provide networking and mentorship opportunities
CLDP fellows attend leadership and professional development courses twice a week. The classes are designed to challenge conventional thinking and instill leadership qualities in theory and practice.
All applicants who apply for a CLDP internship must be:
Muslim, or an active member of the Muslim community
Enrolled at an accredited university in the U.S. or graduated within the last one year
Majoring in an ISF supported major
Maintaining a minimum 3.0 Grade Point Average
A Citizen or Permanent Resident of the U.S.
An undergraduate (incoming junior-senior) or of graduate standing (excluding Ph.D.)
Ready to apply? Click 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.