Are you a Sophomore interested in interning at a high-growth professional services firm based in NYC Summer 2024?
The AlphaSights Emerging Leaders Program is designed to provide students an opportunity to learn about our firm, culture, and people. This one day virtual conference invites high-performing students from across the country to explore career possibilities at AlphaSights by attending interactive learning activities and events while building a network with peers and AlphaSights professionals. Qualified students will have the opportunity to receive an accelerated interview process for a Summer 2024 internship and an invitation to visit our New York office in late summer 2023 if extended an internship offer.
Interested in learning more?
- Find a list of our upcoming information webinars to RSVP here.
- Apply to be considered for the AlphaSights Emerging Leaders Program here.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
*Conference participants who successfully complete our accelerated summer internship interview process are eligible to receive $14,423 for our 10-week 2024 internship program.
We are pleased to invite all first years and sophomores to attend Morgan Stanley Day on Campus at Middlebury on Tuesday, January 24th and Wednesday, January 25th.
During these interactive sessions, you will have the opportunity to connect with Morgan Stanley Team members to learn more about the firm, its culture and career opportunities.
- Tuesday, January 24th 6:00–7:30 p.m. – Sales and Trading Networking Reception in the Mahaney Center for the Arts
- Wednesday, January 25th 9:00–10:00 a.m. – Sales and Trading Diversity Breakfast in Coltrane Lounge
Please reach out to Sidney.email@example.com should you have any questions.
Come to this workshop and learn the best way to tell your story in a resume. Learn about action verbs, how to format the document, what to include and what to leave out. A peer advisor will be presenting and all students are welcome. No matter if you’re just starting, or almost done, or anywhere in between. Bring your document with you and work on it during the session.
Wednesday, January 25 at 7 pm. Register here
Unfortunately, not every job posting or offer is an opportunity. Scammers know that job opportunities are a powerful tool for gathering personal information, so you need to know how to distinguish legitimate job postings from scam attempts. Below are some tips to follow and red flags to look out for.
- If a job sounds too good to be true, it almost certainly is.
- Don’t provide financial information or your Social Security number! Legitimate employers won’t ask for your bank account details or your SSN.
- Do not send money! Legitimate employers will not ask you to wire money or pay for services.
- When in doubt, look for the job posting on the employer’s official website. Much like phishing emails, scam job postings often capitalize on well-known names and images. Do not follow links from the suspicious posting, which could take you to a cosmetically similar page, and check the employment page to be sure the opening is real. Calling the company in question (again, using publicly available contact information) is another good strategy.
- If you experience anything unusual about a job posting in Handshake, please contact CCI as soon as possible and flag the posting in Handshake.
- The same warning signs that signal fraudulent emails and websites: bad grammar and spelling, requests for personal information, and difficulty contacting or identifying the poster are all clear signs of trouble.
- Request for an initial investment.
- Request for bank account access.
- Requests for payment or transferring money.
- Offers to pay a large amount of money for little work.
- Offers you a job without interviewing/interacting with you.
- You are contacted by phone, and the number is not available.
- Vague descriptions that focus on money rather than the job.
- Email domain that doesn’t match the employer’s official domain.
- Email domain of a free provider is used such as live.com, yahoo.com, hotmail.com, gmail.com etc. Legitimate organizations almost always have their own email systems.
- Website that has information only on the job you’re applying for, rather than about the company in general.
What if I’m already involved in a scam?
- End all communication and immediately contact the local police and Public Safety.
- Get in touch with your bank or credit card company and dispute any fraudulent activity immediately.
- If the scam happened online, file a report with the FTC’s cybercrime division.
Resources from Handshake
MiddDIB is excited to virtually host a diverse finance-alumni panel to help students learn more about the recruiting process, become familiar with the culture at financial services firms, and learn more about career opportunities in this sector. This event will be suited for both those beginning their journey and those who are farther along. We think you’ll get a lot out of it, and we hope to see you there!
Tuesday, January 17 at 5:00 p.m.
- Isabelle Epstein ’20 (Siebert Williams Shank)
- Sabrina Kureshy ’13 (RBC Capital Markets)
- Sarah Tang ’22 (Goldman Sachs)
This program is open to ALL students.
Here are a few exciting programs to consider as you explore careers in consulting at this prestigious firm:
The Bridge to Consulting Workshop enables freshman/first year and sophomore/second year students from underrepresented minority groups, specifically Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Indigenous/Native American/Alaska Native, to explore life as an Associate at BCG. Click here to learn more and apply before the deadline of February 1 or March 1.
BCG Launch is a virtual series through which BCGers will share insider perspectives on what it’s like to be a BCG Associate. You’ll learn about the impactful work we do, our transformative digital capabilities, and the many opportunities, support systems, programs, and tools we offer to help our Associates learn, grow, succeed—and have fun!—at BCG. Register in time for our first event January 17th, 2023. Click here to learn more from the description in Handshake.
BCG Advance is an inspiring, interactive, invite-only virtual conference that will culminate with an opportunity to interview for a Summer 2024 internship with the firm. This one-week, winter 2023 conference is for sophomore/second-year women currently enrolled at a college or university in the U.S. or Canada, and graduating between December 2024 – July 2025. Click here to learn more and apply by January 19th to be considered!
Come hear about how professors and experts use data science in their work!
When: January 17th, 2023 from 4:30-7:30pm
Where: Axinn 229
WiDS Middlebury is an independent event that is organized by Breanna Guo and Professor Becky Tang as part of the annual WiDS Worldwide conference organized by Stanford University and an estimated 200+ locations worldwide, which features outstanding women doing outstanding work in the field of data science. All genders are invited to attend all WiDS Worldwide conference events.
Anyone affiliated with Middlebury is welcome to attend, regardless of gender or sexual identity. Food, refreshments, and prizes will be provided!
More details and to register, click here
Start off 2023 with new career possibilities! Join Lime Connect for our first recruitment event of the year to discuss your future with our partners AstraZeneca, BlackRock, Bloomberg, EY, Goldman Sachs, Google, Johnson & Johnson, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Microsoft, the NFL, PwC, Sony, and Unilever!
Our events are unlike any “career fair” you’ve experienced. Designed with various disabilities in mind, you’ll be able to engage directly with representatives from our partners who are already excited to meet you.
VIRTUAL Reception for CURRENT STUDENTS
Date: Wednesday, February 8th, 2023 | 5:30 PM EST
Roles: Open to all majors. Internships to entry-level
Format: Virtual via Brazen. Video chat, text, and audio capabilities
Deadline to apply: Sunday, January 29th at midnight PST
Lime Connect is rebranding disability through achievement. We are leading the way as the premier resource for top talent by attracting, preparing, and connecting high potential university students and professionals – including veterans – who happen to have all types of disabilities for scholarships, internships, The Lime Connect Fellowship Program, The Lime Connect Foundations Program, and full time careers with our corporate partners – the world’s leading corporations. Through our work, we are breaking stereotypes and leading all companies to realize the importance, and value, of employing people with disabilities at every level of education, talent and ability.
Are you interested in contributing meaningfully to teams working on interesting and relevant business problems? Would you like to work in a research-oriented, open-door environment that emphasizes teamwork and collaboration? Analysis Group, Inc. (AG) provides expertise in economics, finance, health care analytics, and strategy to top law firms, Fortune Global 500 companies, and government agencies worldwide.
TO APPLY to the summer internship and be competitive for the interviews, click here in Handshake. Deadline is January 18.
Webinar: How to Ace Your Graduate School Application Essay
Date: Thursday, January 19 at 7:00 p.m. Eastern
Sign up: https://learn.middlebury.edu/onlinediscussions (everyone who signs up will receive a recording)
Who should attend: anyone interested in a master’s program
Our admissions directors will guide attendees through overcoming the blank page, avoiding resume repetition, and turning the challenge into an opportunity to showcase how the program aligns with their goals.