If you are graduating between August 2024 – July 2025 and interested in pursuing an internship opportunity at BlackRock, read on and check out the attached brochure and flyer to learn more.
At BlackRock, you can have the career you want – challenging, rewarding, and enriching. Whatever your interests or background, there is a place for you to grow within our various business areas. Take the next step and start your career at BlackRock!
Harvard Business School will host mixers for college students this summer in Houston, San Francisco, and Chicago. Meet current MBA students and learn about how you can engage with HBS as an undergrad through HBS’s College Programs
HOUSTON on June 8 (6:30-7:30 p.m.) at The Cannon West – Register Here
SAN FRANCISCO on June 22 (6:30-7:30 p.m.) at Pilot.com, Inc. – Register Here
CHICAGO on Wednesday, Jul 19 (6:30-7:30 p.m.) at Bain & Company – Register Here
Check-in will begin at 6:00 p.m. Food will be provided.
The Partners Group Financial Analyst Program is a unique opportunity for recent university graduates with top credentials to launch an exciting and challenging career as an investment professional with a world-leading private markets investment firm. This position has been referred to us by Niki Kowsar ‘21.5.
The program will allow Analysts to experience year-long rotations among a subset of Partners Group’s four asset classes(Private Equity, Private Debt, Private Infrastructure and Private Real Estate) and the Client Solutions team
Analysts will gain valuable exposure working in collaboration with various teams across the firm globally and gain hands-on experience through the entire investment process
Analysts will go through a formal 4-week training program to build the necessary skillsets to be successful before starting their first rotation
Successful candidates will be required to complete a 2-3-year commitment in the program and will gain the financial and analytical skills required to continue a career in private markets investing and fundraising. Upon completion of at least 2-3 rotations, analysts are eligible to be placed on a team for full-time employment.
What we expect
Eligible candidates will have a graduation date of December 2023 through July 2024 (accelerated master’s degrees are accepted)
Outstanding academic credentials and internship experience
Strong analytical and/or quantitative skills
Excellent interpersonal and written communication, combined with a strong work ethic and professional demeanor
A collaborative, team-player attitude with the ability to excel in a fast-paced environment
What we offer
Partners Group is a global financial institution. As a growing firm, we are committed to attracting, developing and retaining the very best talent, by offering a workplace where results are truly recognized and rewarded. The program offers a fantastic opportunity for you to grow:
Professional, international working environment
Challenging, rewarding career within a growing company
Collaborative environment, with on-the-job training and mentorship opportunities
Competitive benefits and wellness package, including medical, dental and vision coverage with employee premiums paid by the Company and subsidized for any dependents
401k (Roth and pre-tax options) with company match
25 vacation days and 12 holidays annually
One-month sabbatical after every five years of employment
Company paid life and disability insurance
Competitive compensation package, including performance-based annual incentives
Education assistance program
Fun office and team events, including volunteer opportunities to connect with and help our local communities
Partners Group compensation has a long-term outlook and philosophy.
Base pay of $115,000 with a performance-based bonus and equity as part of the total compensation package
Make an impact on the organization by taking a lead role in the growth of our US business.
Partners Group working environment is humble, inclusive, and transparent.
Morgan Stanley prides itself on fostering an environment that promotes diverse talents and perspectives. One way the firm demonstrates commitment to diversity is through its Summer Internship Programs. As an integral part of the firm’s diversity recruiting efforts, these programs provide students with a view into all that Morgan Stanley has to offer with employee network groups, diversity roundtables, and workplace culture.
Eligible candidates may apply for up to three programs.
Most applications will require you to submit a supplemental video component via HireVue before your application is considered complete. Your HireVue video will be reviewed by MS team members in conjunction with your resume and application. We encourage you to account for this step in your application process timeline.
Students, faculty, and staff now have access to The Financial Times, one of the world’s leading news organizations, recognized internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy.
For access, start from http://go.middlebury.edu/ft or simply start from https://ft.com, choose Sign In in the upper right corner, enter your Middlebury email address, click Next, then choose the SSO Sign In button.
While you’re exploring, note also that Middlebury has an academic site license with The New York Times!
For access, “claim a pass” at http://accessnyt.com (Requires a middlebury.edu email account. Student passes are valid through their graduation year. Faculty and staff passes are valid for four years; when the pass expires, a new one can be obtained at http://accessnyt.com.)
Come meet Middlebury alumni from Chestnut Partners, a boutique investment bank that provides financial advice to clients in the life sciences industry. All students interested in learning more about Chestnut Partners should attend. The firm will recruit interns for Summer 2024 (and beyond) and potentially full-time positions.
Chestnut Partners, Inc. provides a select group of public and private biotechnology and life sciences clients with financial advice for value creation planning, corporate partnership transactions, mergers and acquisitions, tender defense, and private capital formation. Visit https://www.chestnutp.com to learn more.
Every two years, the college participates in the Enrolled Student Survey focusing on the college experiences of students. This is a national survey that is distributed to students in some of our peer institutions across the country. We invite you to participate and complete the survey as candidly as possible. Your responses are anonymous and will not be linked back to you. Your responses can greatly help us in enhancing many of Middlebury’s current programs, services, and initiatives and provide valuable information around possible gaps in support and critical student needs. The survey is voluntary and takes less than 10 minutes to complete. You may answer as few or as many questions as you wish.
Since the survey link is personalized to you you can find the survey link in a message sent directly to you on 4/20/23 with the subject lineReminder: Tell us about your Middlebury experience.
The survey is made up of several short sections followed by some demographic questions. The first section asks you to evaluate Middlebury. You’re then ask about various aspects of your experiences here—about your interactions with faculty and advisors, about how much you’ve learned, and about some of your experiences in and out of the classroom as a student and as a member of the campus community. Your answers are very important to us — students collective response provides the foundation for important institutional decisions on ways to improve in the years to come.
Remember your responses will be completely confidential, so please be candid. Survey results will not be reported in any form that would identify an individual. Your participation is very important and greatly appreciated!