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Join us for our Morgan Stanley Diversity Programs

**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.

Early Insights Programs

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.

Black, Hispanic, and Native American Early Insights Program | March 7 – 8

Application Deadline: Thursday, February 7

Eligibility Requirement: undergraduate Black, Hispanic, and Native American students graduating between December 2020-June 2022

Women Early Insights Program | March 14 – 15

Application Deadline: Thursday, February 7

Eligibility Requirement: undergraduate Women graduating between December 2020-June 2022

LGBT+ Early Insights Program | April 5

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

Divisional Workshops

Career Discovery Day | April 10 – 11

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

Technology Early Insights Day | March 29

Application Deadline: Wednesday, February 27

Eligibility Requirement: Women, LGBT+, Black, Hispanic, Native American undergraduate students graduating between December 2020-June 2022

Application Details

  • 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.

GMHEC Well-being Challenge with Prizes

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From: Schubert, Rebecca
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2019 11:12 AM
Subject: Upcoming GMHEC Well-being Challenge

Please join us for the next GMHEC well-being challenge which is scheduled to begin on Monday, January 28th.  This four week challenge for faculty, staff and family members promotes the practice of daily activities which reduce stress and anxiety, improve performance and productivity and support general well-being.  Four guided meditations will be provided with a different theme highlighted each week.  Participants will be entered into weekly raffles to win fabulous prizes.  We will be partnering with Wellable and using the WellSync app.  Challenge details will be posted on the GMHEC well-being events web page on January 20th.  https://www.gmhec.org/category/well-being/events/

We hope you’ll join on us on this adventure and are confident that it will support you in your journey towards optimal well-being.

Photo Story: Learn More About Privilege & Poverty National Internships

The Privilege & Poverty Academic Cluster integrates rigorous academic study and focused direct service to disadvantaged communities and persons, enriching the education of undergraduate students in all majors and career paths. This summer internship program provides students with an opportunity to extend their learning about poverty and inequality in the classroom out into communities, both local and national, through funded summer internships.

Local summer internships are available at WomenSafe, John Graham Housing & Services, HOPE (Helping Overcome Poverty’s Effects), Mary Johnson Children Center rural food programs and the Charter House Coalition .

National internships are coordinated through our participation in the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty summer internship program. Since 2005, Middlebury College has participated in the SHECP program to support students in summer internships with agencies that seek to work alongside vulnerable populations. Internships are available to non-graduating Middlebury students and are located in urban and rural settings throughout the United States with agencies that serve in educational, healthcare, immigration, legal, housing, social and economic capacities for the needs of individuals and their communities.

The deadline to apply is Tuesday, January 15th. 

To apply and learn more, check out the listing on Handshake. To get a glimpse into life as an intern, check out our photo story below.

National P&P interns attend an opening and closing conference during the course of their internship through the college’s partnership with SHECP. Here, Elizabeth Zhou ’18 presents at the closing conference in 2017.

Interns at the 2017 SHECP Opening Conference with CCE Director Tiffany Sargent ’79 and Professor and P&P Academic Director James Calvin Davis.

The 2018 class of Local P&P interns gather for a group discussion during the summer.

The 2018 class of local P&P interns goes through a workshop as they prepare to begin their internships.

Careers in Investment Management: A Conversation with Pam Czekanski ’81,P’18,P’20

The liberal arts education that Middlebury provides prepares students for success in a wide variety of roles in financial services. Come learn more about the range of opportunities in this ever changing field. Join seasoned financial services professional Pam Czekanski ’81,P’18,P’20 for an informal conversation.

Wednesday, January 9th at 7:00 p.m. in Axinn 219

Pam is a Vice President of Loomis, Sayles & Company, and associate director of client service. Loomis Sayles is an investment management firm that manages over $260 billion. In her role, she works closely with corporate pension and endowment clients on their portfolios’ asset allocation and helps provide solutions to the investment challenges they face. She has also worked with individual clients as they work to reach their financial goals. Pam has over 30 years of experience managing institutional equity and fixed income portfolios for institutional and high net worth clients.

After graduating from Middlebury with an economics major and a concentration in music history, she went on to earn the Chartered Financial Analyst designation. She has served as a Trustee of Middlebury, President of the Boston Middlebury Alumni Association and is currently a Trustee of the Bolton MA Public Library after serving as Co-Chair of the Library Construction Committee from 2006-2009. Pam is a member of the Finance Committee of the Forsyth Institute, a leading research institute focusing on oral health. She is also a member of the Boston Club, whose mission is the advancement of women on corporate and nonprofit boards.

United Way Impact Funding Team

Interested in non-profit work and the grant review process? Join United Way’s Community Impact Funding Team!

Deadline January 15.

Come learn about the behind-the-scenes work involved in the grant approval process. United Way of Addison County (UWAC) is seeking Middlebury College student volunteers to review grant applications from nonprofits that are working to improve the physical, mental and emotional health of Addison County residents. Joining the Community Impact Funding (CIF) review team is a great opportunity for anyone interested in learning about the grant making process, as well as the types of needs being addressed by our local nonprofits. In the past three years, reviewers helped UWAC invest $991,605 in 33 programs covering 28 different agencies across the region. Volunteer responsibilities include reviewing applications, conducting site visits and making funding recommendations to the UWAC Board of Directors. The work will require a time commitment of 10-15 hours for meetings, plus approximately 30 additional hours of grant review and scoring between the last week of January through the beginning of April.  Accommodations will be made for absences over February Break and Spring Break. Experience is not necessary, as UWAC will provide training.  Enthusiasm, curiosity, and a sense of humor are highly valued! Interested students should send their resume and a statement of interest to United Way of Addison County Volunteer Center Coordinator Linnea Oosterman at linnea@unitedwayaddisoncounty.org by January 15, 2019.

United Way Impact Funding Team

Interested in non-profit work and the grant review process? Join United Way’s Community Impact Funding Team!

Deadline January 15.

Come learn about the behind-the-scenes work involved in the grant approval process. United Way of Addison County (UWAC) is seeking Middlebury College student volunteers to review grant applications from nonprofits that are working to improve the physical, mental and emotional health of Addison County residents. Joining the Community Impact Funding (CIF) review team is a great opportunity for anyone interested in learning about the grant making process, as well as the types of needs being addressed by our local nonprofits. In the past three years, reviewers helped UWAC invest $991,605 in 33 programs covering 28 different agencies across the region. Volunteer responsibilities include reviewing applications, conducting site visits and making funding recommendations to the UWAC Board of Directors. The work will require a time commitment of 10-15 hours for meetings, plus approximately 30 additional hours of grant review and scoring between the last week of January through the beginning of April.  Accommodations will be made for absences over February Break and Spring Break. Experience is not necessary, as UWAC will provide training.  Enthusiasm, curiosity, and a sense of humor are highly valued! Interested students should send their resume and a statement of interest to United Way of Addison County Volunteer Center Coordinator Linnea Oosterman at linnea@unitedwayaddisoncounty.org by January 15, 2019.