Tag Archives: Diversity & Inclusion

Your Future Starts Here – Apply to the Richard B. Fisher Scholarship Program

Morgan Stanley is made up of many talents and perspectives. This diversity is what makes us unique. What you are interested in and how you approach the world will determine your individual path at Morgan Stanley. We strive to build an organization that is diverse in experience and background while reflecting our standards of integrity and excellence. One way we demonstrate this commitment is through the Morgan Stanley Richard B. Fisher Scholarship Program which is an integral part of our diversity recruiting efforts helping to attract Black, Hispanic, Native American, and LGBT college juniors and sophomores.

In order to be considered for the RBF Scholarship Program, candidates must also submit a Summer Analyst Program application.

If selected as an RBF Scholar, you will receive a $15,000 financial scholarship for exceptional academic achievement following acceptance of a summer internship with Morgan Stanley. We encourage students of all majors and disciplines to apply.

 To Apply, Please Click on the Link Below:

Graduating Class of 2019 Click Here

Graduating Class of 2020 Click Here

Class of 2019 Application Deadlines:
Regular Process – October 1, 2017

  • Compliance
  • Corporate Treasury
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Internal Audit
  • Operations
  • Risk Management
  • Technology

Class of 2020 Application Deadlines:
Regular Process – October 1, 2017
All Business Areas

Mass Green Careers Conference

Massachusetts Green Careers Conference: Clean Energy & Environmental Sustainability

Careers. Clean Energy. Sustainability.

Delve into clean energy, sustainability, and career development for a day. Enjoy cross-sector dialogues with stakeholders from government, business, education, and nonprofits, and career-ready candidates. REGISTER EARLY to reserve a place! Mass Wildlife will provide conference space in their new, nature-friendly, LEED platinum headquarters this year. Parking and seating are limited to ~100. Food and beverage will be local and/or organic.

Thursday, October 5, 2017 at 8:30 AM in Westborough, MA


  • Connect with stakeholders from business, education, government and nonprofits, green-career-ready candidates, and learners – all in one place.
  • Engage in cross-sector dialogues
  • Learn about current employment trends, best practices, opportunities
  • Take home ideas, connections, resources


  • Everyone interested in clean energy and environmental sustainability
  • Green-career-ready candidates
  • Education/Training:  career services professionals, workforce development, staff, faculty, students
  • Business:  owners, representatives
  • Government:  state, local officials
  • Nonprofits:  administrators, members
  • Diversity encouraged:  race, age, gender, economics

A.T. Kearney Diversity Webinar Series

We invite you to take a “study break” with us as we present, What’s It’s Like To Be Me | Diversity Webinar Series, September 5–8 @ 2:00pm–2:45pm ET.

A.T. Kearney is a leading global management consulting firm. We collaborate with each other and our clients to help you grow and advance to reach your full potential. At A.T. Kearney, we pride ourselves on our uniquely collegial culture and care passionately about our work and our people. During the webinars you will learn more about each diversity network and get a chance to hear from our consultants themselves.


 What It’s Like To Be Me, Women’s Network:

Tuesday, Sept 5 @ 2:00pm – 2:45pm ET

Register here

What It’s Like To Be Me, African American Network:

Wednesday, Sept 6 @ 2:00pm – 2:45pm ET

Register here

What It’s Like To Be Me, Latin and Hispanic Network

Thursday, Sept 7 @ 2:00pm – 2:45pm ET

Register here

What It’s Like To Be Me, LGBTQ Network

Friday, Sept 8 @ 2:00pm – 2:45pm ET

Register here


 WebEx (online)

Confirmation email with dial in will be sent after registering

We encourage you to take as many “study breaks” as you want this week and join us for some or all of our diversity webinars!

How to land a job in politics with no experience

I liked this short article that features an organization called College to Congress. I also enjoyed learning about two other organizations, Inclusv and Wellstone.

Check it out here:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/how-to-land-a-job-in-politics-with-no-experience_us_5994cb2de4b055243ea1359d


Senator Leahy’s Annual Women’s Economic Opportunity Conference

You are invited to Senator Leahy’s 21st Annual Women’s Economic Opportunity Conference!

The 2017 conference includes a keynote address by Mary Alice McKenzie, former director of the Boys and Girls Club in Burlington, and workshops hosted by Vermont presenters. This year’s conference will also highlight the work of Change The Story VT through workshops and group discussions.

This conference will continue the long tradition of bringing women together for a day of personal and professional growth, with exciting new offerings that this year’s partnership with Change The Story VT will provide.

Registration is free. Please register by Friday, September 8th at noon to reserve your spot!

The event is Saturday, September 16, 2017 from 8am -3 pm at Vermont Technical College in Randolph, VT

Work in International Affairs. Explore what it at means!

The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) is a great resource with a job board, graduate school information and tons of information about opportunities in the public, non-profit and private sectors, along with details about subject areas like human rights and international law, conflict resolution, development and relief, education, and more.

Explore it all here: https://apsia.org/

We Need More Doctors With Disabilities

One-fifth of all Americans have a disability, but less than 1 percent of doctors do. That’s slowly starting to change—to the benefit of medicine and patients.

Advances in technology are gradually expanding the pipeline for applicants with disabilities, both creating new means of accommodation and making accommodations that were once too clunky or expensive easier and cheaper.

“Doctors are healers, but they’re also arbiters of what’s normal,” said Temple. They tell us whether our worries are worth the worry. They help us grapple with the fragility of our bodies, the contingency of our lives. We see and hear and walk, but we won’t always. As we age, we are more and more likely to gain a disability—nearly three-quarters of adults over 80 live with one. Doctors with disabilities are not only able to heal us in the same ways as any other doctor; they may be able to help us better understand our bodies and how to live in them.”

Read the full article by Nathan Lohrman in Slate.