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Citi’s Freshman Discovery Program

I wanted to share an exciting opportunity Citi is now offering for current first-years.  The Freshman Discovery program is a two day cross-business onsite program for freshmen who self-identify as Black, Hispanic Latino, or female.  The program will provide access to senior leaders, business overviews, case studies, and technical training to educate freshmen on the firm and the various program opportunities available to them. This is meant to be educational and to help set students up for success in the campus recruiting process. Following this program, there may be opportunities for students to take part in an accelerated recruiting process for opportunities during their Sophomore year should they wish to proceed.

Women who are interested in this program could become part of Citi’s Women’s Mentorship Program. WMP offers a unique opportunity for female applicants interested in Markets to be paired with successful women at Citi who come from similar academic backgrounds. Since its inception in 2014, WMP has helped young women coming from traditionally women’s colleges and liberal arts schools learn more about Markets at Citi and prepare for a successful career.

The Freshman Discovery flyer has more information on the program and how to apply. Additionally the application link can be found here: https://citi.avature.net/careers/Project?projectId=6445&source=Citi+Careers+Website

TD Securities Opportunities

TD Securities will post information about their new Sophomore Program at jobs.td.com but, if you are interested in the program please send your resume to Emma O’Doherty directly mentioning the sophomore program in the subject line.

For those of you who were also curious about TD Securities campus recruitment timelines in general:

  • August – job descriptions for all summer internships go up at jobs.td.com
  • September – recruitment begins first week of September for full time hiring needs
  • Late September/early October – summer internship hiring begins

The majority of TD Securities’ recruitment is usually completely by the holiday season however sometimes the odd positions are still available in January/February. Best piece of advice is to keep in contact with the team using this email address and if you are interested in particular openings reach out directly to ensure they see your resume. You may also apply for as many positions as you wish.

 

Connect with TD Securities online:

TD careers site I LinkedIn I Facebook I Twitter I YouTube

TD Securities Opportunities

TD Securities will post information about their new Sophomore Program at jobs.td.com but, if you are interested in the program please send your resume to Emma O’Doherty directly mentioning the sophomore program in the subject line.

For those of you who were also curious about TD Securities campus recruitment timelines in general:

  • August – job descriptions for all summer internships go up at jobs.td.com
  • September – recruitment begins first week of September for full time hiring needs
  • Late September/early October – summer internship hiring begins

The majority of TD Securities’ recruitment is usually completely by the holiday season however sometimes the odd positions are still available in January/February. Best piece of advice is to keep in contact with the team using this email address and if you are interested in particular openings reach out directly to ensure they see your resume. You may also apply for as many positions as you wish.

 

Connect with TD Securities online:

TD careers site I LinkedIn I Facebook I Twitter I YouTube

Action is Power: Get out the Vote at Midd and Beyond (Workshop: 3/15 @ 3pm)

Come join a casual conversation with Ben Wessel ’11.5 about the importance of getting college students to vote and ways to get involved here on campus and beyond during the next election season.

WHEN: Thursday, March 15 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. CCE Living Room (20 Old Chapel Road)

Ben Wessel is the Director of NextGen Rising, the youth vote organizing program of NextGen America. In 2016, Ben was named one of the “16 Young Americans Shaping the 2016 Election” by Rolling Stone magazine. Before joining NextGen in 2014, Ben worked for Cory Booker’s campaign for US Senate in New Jersey, as the Political Campaigns Manager for 350.org Action, and as the Youth Vote Director for President Obama’s reelection campaign in New Hampshire. Hosted by the Center for Community Engagement, Center for Careers and Internships, and MiddVOTE

Your Field Guide to What’s Next: Careers in Environmental Studies

Alumni will be on campus to share their paths and professional lives with students to help them think broadly about their Environmental Studies major and a variety of different career paths. Events are Thursday, March 15 – Friday March 16.

What did they do at Middlebury and what are they doing now? Find out at these events!

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Alumni Panel 5:00 p.m.
Dinner with alumni, 6:15 p.m.
Atwater Dining Hall
Reserve your spot, RSVP in Handshake!

 

Friday, March 16, 2018

One-on-one Alumni Chats, 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Adirondack House – Click the links below to SELECT A SLOT for a 1:1 conversation.

Participating Alumni –

Click here to learn more about our alumni panelists! You don’t have to be an Environmental Studies major to meet with these alumni.

Andrew Forsthoefel ’11
Self-EmployedSign up for a 1:1 Alumni ChatAndrew Forsthoefel Photo
Ben Wessel ’11.5
Deputy Political Director
and Director, NextGen Rising

NextGen AmericaSign up for a 1:1 Alumni ChatBen Wessel Photo
Carolyn Barnwell ’07
Documentary Producer
National Geographic SocietySign up for a 1:1 Alumni ChatCarolyn Barnwell Photo
Lauren Sanchez ’11
International Policy Director
California Air Resources Board  Sign up for a 1:1 Alumni ChatLauren Sanchez Photo
Lea Davison ’05
Clif Pro Team
Professional Cyclist &
Two Time Olympian
Sign up for a 1:1 Alumni ChatLea Davison Photo

Join the CCE for 2018-2019 as an AmeriCorps VISTA member!

Do you love working with and for kids?  Are you committed to providing meaningful opportunities for mentorship? Interested in social justice work at the youth development level? Come join the Middlebury College Center for Community Engagement (CCE) as a VISTA member in Middlebury, Vermont! The Middlebury College VISTA member will support our youth and mentoring programs to promote college positive volunteerism, or the idea that kids who spend time with college students, hang out on college campuses, or talk about college with an adult role model, will more easily envision themselves attending a postsecondary institution. We seek a motivated and compassionate individual for a one-year position beginning August 2018 to work closely with the CCE team and help coordinate eight youth and mentoring programs advised by our office.

Responsibilities:

CCE Youth and Mentoring programs’ activities include one-on-one mentoring, college application support, group mentoring, taste tests of vegetables in area schools, afterschool reading programs, and more, but most have the common theme of seeking to provide opportunities for youth in low-income families. Your work may involve:

 

  • researching and sharing current national and local best practices for screening, matching, new and ongoing volunteer training, match database management, and match closure
  • supporting Student Organizations’ adoption of best practices for diversity and inclusion, group management, etc.
  • attending program events and community meetings as a staff liaison
  • holding open office hours for mentors or student organizers
  • creating a parent newsletter to share program updates
  • helping to deepen our collaboration with our valued campus and community partners, including parents, teachers, childcare providers, guidance counselors, and local agencies and organizations
  • … and much more!

 

Requirements:

Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills are essential to this position. Bachelor’s degree required. Driver’s license and own transportation are recommended but not required for the position.

Benefits:

Benefits for the 1-year position include a modest living allowance ($910/month), 10 days of personal leave, 10 days of medical leave, a relocation allowance, and a monthly rent assistance stipend of $350. Upon successful completion of service, the candidate may select either (a.) an educational award of $5,818 that can be applied to student loans or future education OR (b.) a cash stipend of $1500. AmeriCorps members are also eligible for forbearance for most federally-guaranteed student loans. Finally, for one year after service, members receive non-competitive eligibility for federal jobs.

Contact Ashley Laux, alaux@middlebury.edu with any questions and visit go.middlebury.edu/middvista for updates about the application process.

 

2018 Goldman Sachs Boston Symposium

At Goldman Sachs, your skills and experiences will create a world of possibilities for our clients. From the latest IPO and market insights to investments in clean energy and infrastructure, each one of our teams contributes to innovations that drive progress around the world.  You’ll work alongside industry experts and strategic thinkers at all levels, gaining hands-on experience unlike anywhere else.  All at a place where your ideas matter and your personal and professional growth are front of mind.

Come embrace the opportunity to move industries, make markets and empower communities.

Make things possible at goldmansachs.com/careers.

April 6, 2018
9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Boston College

Application Deadline: March 25, 2018 at 11:59pm EST

Registration link: 2018 Goldman Sachs Boston Symposium

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:  Applicants should be undergraduate freshmen or sophomores of any major.
Participants will enjoy skill building workshops, group activities and networking opportunities with professionals at the firm.
* Please note: Goldman Sachs will not provide travel and hotel accommodations for invited participants.