The Doctoral Programs Office at Harvard Business School invites you to join an informational webinar to learn about their fully funded PhD programs.
At these webinars, HBS will introduce prospective students to each of the seven programs of study, discuss the application process, and provide an overview of the financial aid package and resources available to students on and off campus. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions.
Accounting & Management
Health Policy (Management)
Technology & Operations Management
Only a Bachelor’s degree is required to apply. Students interested in attending one of the webinars can select a date and time that works best with their schedule.
The Student Investment Committee (SIC) is preparing for the start of the new year, and would like to share two exciting ways to get involved with the organization. SIC is the largest student organization at Middlebury and is the premier investment club on campus. This year, the committee aims to create a warm and collaborative community in which students learn to become skilled personal investors and successful financial services industry professionals. SIC provides extensive technical and networking career prep to ensure you land your dream job/internship! You can learn more about SIC here: https://middsic.weebly.com/
Join the mailing list to receive weekly newsletters, career resources, meeting information, and more here: go/joinsic/
SIC oversees a portfolio in excess of $1 million, with Industry Group Leaders directly managing all of our holdings in their specified industry and leading a team of analysts to learn and generate potential investment ideas. All are encouraged to apply regardless of experience level. Please feel free to reach out to email@example.com with any questions.
Middlebury College has partnered with The Wall Street Journal to provide sponsored memberships to all students, faculty and staff, and we want to ensure that you are taking advantage of the benefits and valuable career resources available to you.
The WSJ Student Hub Along with unlimited access to WSJ.com, the Student Hub, featured at students.wsj.com, is a place for students to find curated content on professional development, job prep, work/life balance and personal finance—all vital topics in this uncertain time.
The WSJ Jobs Summit Join the WSJ on September 1 for the inaugural WSJ Jobs Summit, a new event where WSJ will provide those looking for insight on the current job market with actionable, credible guidance during these uncertain times. The event is designed specifically with students and college faculty in mind, and will cover topics ranging from how to nail the virtual interview to advice from companies in hiring mode. Register for the event here.
You’re ready to bring your knowledge from the classroom to the boardroom, and Citi wants to help you get there. Whether it’s honing your skills or building your network, we know that success can’t come without growth. Our programs equip you with the knowledge and training you need to play a valuable role on your team, and establish a long-term career here. At Citi, we value internal mobility, and career growth is not a question of if, but when. Citi’s Institutional Clients Group is looking for Summer Analysts to join the Public Finance team in North America. ICG offers investment and corporate banking services, and products for corporations, governments, and institutions around the world. Summer Analysts join an intensive training program that includes both training sessions and real, on-the-job experience.
We provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to succeed.
We’re committed to teaching you the ropes. The ten-week Summer Analyst Program starts in June and begins with a one-week, intensive training program. After a placement process, based on your interests and strengths, and our business needs, you’ll be assigned to a regional or product coverage group, where you’ll focus on financial analysis and business development. Public Finance professionals work hand-in-hand with city, state, and local governments and municipal authorities, providing capital formulation strategies on an array of public projects, including health care systems, utilities, highways, and schools.
Regional Economic Models, Inc. (REMI) is the leading provider of economic forecasting and policy analysis models. REMI’s analysis has guided public policy decisions on healthcare policy, national security issues and state tax legislation. Clients include government agencies, consulting firms and academic institutions. Established in 1980, we are a small firm based in Amherst, Massachusetts with extensive national and global networks.
REMI is excited to offer new remote positions for students interested in Economics, Marketing, Administration, and Software Development used to impact public policy.
REMI works with countless government agencies and consulting firms in their daily work and these positions expose employees to successful careers in public policy and software development through strong REMI leadership and focused guidance at all levels of the firm.
Deadlines are fast approaching – do not delay your application as candidates are reviewed on a rolling basis.
AlphaSights will be hosting a series of Virtual Open House webinars during the week of Monday, August 10th to discuss open roles in New York and San Francisco. All attendees will be provided with the links to apply to the firm’s soon to be open Full-Time Associate and Summer Associate Program positions for the hiring class of 2021 (open to rising juniors and seniors) with eligibility for an accelerated interview timeline!
RSVP for the webinar events using the links below:
You’re welcome to attend any and all sessions you find relevant. All sessions will be presented by different members of the AlphaSights team, and will include information about the firm’s opportunities and hiring processes!