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Alumni Career Conversation: Working at the Intersection of Government, Consulting, Law, Politics, and Teaching on 10/5

Join Aaron Mendelsohn ’95, for an informal group chat/Q&A to talk with you and answer your questions about his career in government, consulting, law, politics, and teaching.

Wednesday, October 5th from 3:45 to 4:30 pm in Hepburn Lounge

Aaron currently serves as the Director of the New York City Council’s Oversight & Investigations Division, where he oversees investigations of New York City government agencies involving fraud, waste, abuse, and other important matters to the Council.  Aaron grew up in Washington, DC, studied History and Art History at Midd, and went to law school at Northwestern University in Chicago.  Aaron clerked for a US District Court Judge after law school, then worked at law firms including WilmerHale in DC and Troutman Sanders in New York, before serving as a Federal Prosecutor in the US Attorney’s Offices for the District of Columbia and New Jersey, and as a Senior Counsel in the Enforcement Department at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority in New York.  Before being appointed to the New York City Council, Aaron served as a Director in the Fraud Risk & Compliance practices at two global consulting firms.  Aaron has also worked on several US presidential campaigns and in the White House, and he also currently serves as an Adjunct Professor of Law, teaching an International Financial Crimes course at Fordham University School of Law in New York.

He’s on campus to lead the Jewish High Holidays services at Midd for the 30th consecutive year and is very generous to share his time with us.

Click here to let us know you’re coming, or just show up.

J-term internship in Cameroon

Yes, it’s a little early to be thinking about Winter Term, but this looks like a great opportunity!

Middlebury Economics Professor Obie Porteous has funding to take 2 Middlebury student research interns with him on a research trip to Cameroon in Winter Term 2023. The research will be focused on Cameroon’s agricultural sector and involve qualitative interviews with farmers, agricultural traders, government officials, and other key stakeholders as well as agricultural market surveys. The research will contribute to an ongoing project on agricultural trade and adaptation to climate change in sub-Saharan Africa more broadly as well as potential future projects focused on Cameroon. Student roles may include identifying/scheduling interviewees, question preparation, note taking, logistical arrangements, data entry, as well as conducting some interviews and market surveys independently.

All the details in Handshake here.

Consulting Events and Deadlines coming up

Things are rolling along. Please read carefully and stay tuned for regular updates at least weekly. All the best to you!

Trinity: Life Sciences Consulting Information session ON CAMPUS with alumni on Monday September 19. Register here. JOB deadline is Sept 22. Apply here.

Analysis Group (econ consulting): JOB app for graduating seniors here due Sept 23.

World Wide Technology Consulting Services Information session, Tuesday September 20 (virtual for Midd only). Register here AND they have a J-term internship. Apply here due October 14.

Investor Group Services (IGS) in Boston is hosting virtual chats with alumni. Deadline to apply is Sept 23 and the actual chat happens on 9/27. Details here. The work is a perfect fit between consulting and finance.

EY Parthenon– Virtual Info Session on 9/23. Register here

Brattle Group: Economic Consulting Information session ON CAMPUS with alumni on September 27. Register here

Seurat Group: Midd-friendly consumer packaged good and private equity firm coming to campus for info session on 9/28. Register here. Check out application details for job and internship here.

Treacy & Company JOB deadline on Sept 27. Apply here.

PwC Start Internship Info session for students from under-represented groups. Sept 27. Register here

OC&C Strategy Consultants has many events and deadlines for both jobs and internships. All details here. (Midd friendly with young alum working there!)

Alvarez & Marsal: Summer internship app here, and JOB app here. Deadlines in October. Midd Friendly! Stay tuned for an information session soon.

Women in Consulting at Capco – Virtual info session on Sept 27. Register here.

Pointe Advisory – strategy consulting. JOB app here, and internship app here. Due September 30

cg42 summer consulting internship: apply here Deadline Oct. 3

Artisan Healthcare Consulting: job app here. deadline Oct 5.

Kaiser Associates: JOB app here. Deadline Oct 7.

Clarion: This life sciences firm is hosting a virtual info session October 11. Register here

Accenture Federal: Info session schedule for October 24 with CEO and alum John Goodham. Register here.

Should you go to law school in the US to have a high impact career?

I thought this excellent article was pretty informative and educational. As they say:

“This article outlines considerations for readers deciding whether to get a US law degree, explains how it might help them have a positive impact, and describes the law school experience. It is based on public resources about law school and careers in law and policy, as well as the experiences of people who have recently attended or considered attending law school. Consider this post a series of “best guesses” about how to approach the decision about whether to attend law school, rather than a definitive guide or empirical study.”

Read the article at the site called 80,000 Hours here

Victory Congressional Internship for LGBT Undergrads

The Victory Congressional Internship develops the next generation of LGBTQ public leaders through internships and an intensive leadership program. Program is open to undergraduates of all genders, orientations, abilities, races, and political affiliations. Must be LGBTQ+ to qualify (Note that “allies” of the LGBTQ community do not qualify).

Must be a US citizen or legal permanent resident who is at least 18 years of age before the day of arrival in DC, and currently enrolled full-time in an undergraduate degree program. Program includes free housing accommodations in downtown DC, stipend to cover other living expenses in DC equal to $15 per hour, airfare or other transportation to and from DC at the beginning and end of the program, academic credit (depending on each participant’s college or university), and other benefits.

Deadline varies by semester; For Spring 2023, deadline ins September 25, 2022 

More details and apply here:

J-term Internship in Finance in Boston

Yes, it might be a little early to think about Winter term, but this unique experience came through so check it out:

FCLTGlobal is a not-for-profit organization in the financial services sector, located in Boston. The organization works to encourage a longer-term focus in business and investment decision making by developing practical tools and approaches to encourage long-term behaviors across the investment value chain. Longer-term investments create value for all stakeholders, and benefit savers and corporations, alike.  

The organization has a huge opportunity to have deep and lasting impact on business, capital markets and society more widely and is supported by leading corporations, asset managers and asset owners across the globe and a Board compromised of leaders from these organizations.

THE ROLE: As an organization that works to encourage a longer-term focus in business and investment decision-making through the development of practical tools to support long-term behaviors, FCLTGlobal is looking for two driven individuals to lay the groundwork for its research projects. Your work will include reviewing academic literature to understand the state-of-play, identifying points of friction between parties, and forming practical next steps on issues. 

All the details are in Handshake here. A student did this experience last year and it came about through a relationship with an alum.