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How On-Campus Recruiting Works in Handshake

When you apply for an opportunity that involves an on-campus interview you will be notified through Handshake when the employer makes their selections (e.g. primary, alternate, declined).

If selected as a primary or alternate candidate, you will have an opportunity to sign up for an interview slot at the designated time mentioned in the notification.  After you apply, a timeline is available in the posting’s left margin.  All interview slots are available on a first-come first-serve basis.  You will not be able to schedule an interview until you have completed the Student Code of Conduct Survey.

The Code of Conduct in Handshake

The Student Code of Conduct survey establishes the guidelines by which you may access and apply to opportunities posted in Handshake.  In order to schedule an on-campus interview, you are required to complete the Student Code of Conduct.  Please complete this survey as soon as possible, so that you are not delayed or blocked from scheduling an interview.  To take the short survey, go to Handshake and after logging in, click Career Center -> Surveys.


Eaton Vance NESCAC Information Session and Networking Event

Learn about summer internship and full-time opportunities across all areas of the firm.  Meet hiring managers, ask questions, and participate in the networking session with Eaton Vance employees and NESCAC alumni.

Date:                   Thursday, October 19, 2017

Time:                   4:30pm-7:00pm

Location:             Eaton Vance, 2 International Place, Boston, MA



4:30-4:45pm             Registration

4:45-5:30pm             Speakers

  • Jeff Beale, VP, Chief Administrative Officer
  • Ralph Hinckley, VP, Bank Loan Portfolio Manager, Income Bank Loan (Bates College)
  • Audrey Grant, Associate Bank Loan Credit Analyst, Income Bank Loan (Middlebury College)
  • Katie Griffin, Internal Wholesaler (Colby College)

5:30-5:50pm              Q&A

5:50-7:00pm              Networking

Refreshments will be served

Application Deadline:  Sunday, October 15, 2017

Please register online using the following link:


Barclays Asia Investment Banking – Networking in Boston

Boston Campus Recruitment Events and Summer Internship Opportunities

There’s a sense of purpose at Barclays that you can feel. We’re driven by growth, innovation, and the ambitions of our clients and customers. We’ve created an environment and a culture that’s open to new ideas and individual perspective – and fuelled by collaboration. Whether you join us in Banking or Sales & Trading, there’s momentum here that will shape your career.

**Barclays Asia Investment Bank Information Session in Boston**
Monday, October 9, 2017 — 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Longfellow Room, Charles Hotel, 1 Bennett St., Cambridge, MA 02138

Join our upcoming presentation in Boston to find out about our graduate and internship programmes that rank amongst the very best. We will be presenting our Asia business and career opportunities, followed by a networking event to let you to find out more about us.

To register for the event, send your resume to by September 24th at 11:59 EST, with subject line “Registration for Barclays Asia Investment Bank Information Session in Boston”.


**Barclays Asia Investment Bank Exclusive Networking Night in Boston**
Monday, October 9, 2017, 8:30-10:30 p.m.

Join our networking night in Boston exclusive to selected candidates for an open discussion with APAC Bankers on the Banking business in Asia, internship programme and career tips.

To register for the event, send your resume to by September 24th at 11:59 EST, with subject line “Registration for Barclays Asia Investment Bank Exclusive Networking Night in Boston”. Successful applicants will be notified by email on or before 6 October.

2018 Asia Summer Internship Opportunities
Apply by 21 October 2017

Selection is conducted on a rolling basis. We encourage all candidates to apply to internship/ graduate opportunities before attending the campus recruitment events.

You are only allowed to apply to one role globally across all functions. Please go to to understand the available opportunities before applying.

2018 Banking – Analyst Summer Internship – Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo & Mumbai
2018 Sales & Trading – Analyst Summer Internship – Hong Kong & Singapore

Save the Date: Annual Fall Finance Trip

Spend your Fall Break in New York City meeting alumni who work in top financial services firms!

A window into Wall Street. This is your opportunity to meet investment bankers, asset managers, and traders, and understand what they do. This is a CAN’T MISS opportunity for anyone even remotely interested in finance as a potential career path.

This trip is open to ANYONE interested in the world of finance. It is especially important for sophomores because now is the time to start prepping for the summer 2019 analyst application process.  First-Years should attend to learn about various roles and opportunities within firms.

More information on how to register will be shared in the next few weeks.  Stay tuned!

Final Note: In order to participate you must wear business formal attire. Accommodations and transportation are up to each individual, but there is a break bus going to and from NYC straight to Penn Station! (There’s also a Megabus from Burlington).

Any questions? Contact Brodie Miller and Jigar Bhakta at

Alumni Profile: Jack Kramer ’11

JACK KRAMER ’11 is Co-CEO, MarketSnacks and an MBA/MPP Candidate at the University of Michigan.  At Middlebury he majored in Economics and German.

Jack grew up in Vermont dreaming about going to Midd and playing football on Youngman Field. He did just that. In the classroom, Jack majored in both economics and German. He recommends to students – particularly economic majors – that you should hone in on a unique sector of finance or business that interests you most. For him it was German, and he credits luck that a German bank and his eventual employer, Commerzbank, came to recruit at Middlebury. He worked for 5-years as a relationship manager at the bank, helping German automotive clients expand in the US.

Jack also co-founded MarketSnacks, a daily email newsletter that he and his partner (his freshman year roommate) operate as a part-time endeavor. With his “side-hustle,” he sought to change financial news for his generation. The banker-turned-entrepreneur scaled his startup and took on partners like Fidelity and made appearances on CBS, Cheddar, and Nasdaq. Jack’s email newsletter has become the voice of and for millennials on Wall Street.

Being a student-athlete at Middlebury taught Jack how to handle a heavy workload through solid work ethic and being highly organized. His experiences catapulted him to the University of Michigan, where he’s pursuing a dual master’s degree in business and public policy. As industries become more and more tech-oriented, Jack believes public policy and regulation will become increasingly important to business. Thus, he’s gaining expertise in the intersection of business and government.

Wells Fargo Sophomore Diversity Summit

Start exploring a career in Investment Banking or Sales & Trading with Wells Fargo during the special two-day Wells Fargo Securities (WFS) Sophomore Diversity Summit, designed for top-performing, diverse sophomores.

You’ll network with your peers and Wells Fargo team members and analysts while increasing your understanding of the financial services industry.

The summit also includes the chance to interview for our selective paid summer internships — a great place to start your career and build your resume.

The conference includes:

  • The chance to interview for paid summer internships in the WFS Sophomore Summer Analyst Program in Investment Banking or Sales & Trading
  • Panel discussions with analysts, managers, and senior leaders
  • Professional development workshops
  • Seminars on investment banking and sales & trading
  • Networking opportunities

Conference Dates and Location:

Charlotte, NC: October 18-20, 2017

All travel and meal expenses will be paid by Wells Fargo.


The program is open to all sophomores pursuing a bachelor’s degree in any major with an expected graduation by June 2020

Application details

Submit your application by Monday, September 18, 2017. Your application must include answers to the following questions in 350 words or less:

Why diversity is important to an organization and what you hope to achieve from the Wells Fargo Securities (WFS) Sophomore Diversity Forum.