Handshake has a ton of information sessions and workshops focusing on current internship and job opportunities and skill-building events on Handshake. In addition, you should plan to attend some of these events as a way to learning and get first-hand knowledge about an industry sector you’re curious about, and to up your game in knowing what a specific sector is looking for in an ideal candidate. The events section can be searched by Middlebury-only posted events OR by lots more employers if you 1) Open the ‘All Filters’ and [uncheck] ‘Only Posted By My School’. This will open up many more sessions. Here are a few coming up in the next few weeks (and don’t forget to sign up directly with some employers to get access to their Zoom links):
Below are some recent internships and jobs that have landed in my inbox from handshake. In addition, check out this link of internships, jobs and fellowships in the areas of environmental services, NGO, international affairs, social assistance and utilities and renewable energy (sorted by application deadlines):
For students interested in applying to the Critical Language Scholarship Program (CLS) for summer 2021, check out the resources below. Application deadline is Nov. 17, 2020 at 8pm EST. CLS Program Officers are hosting information sessions specific to each CLS language program throughout the month of October. The full schedule for these opportunities along with links to register are available […]
Brooks Hill Partners is a growing strategy consulting and seed stage investment firm that partners with, and invests in, passionate and driven companies and entrepreneurs. The firm is focused exclusively on the healthcare and technology industries, and works collaboratively with management teams to provide the strategic and analytical resources needed to organically create value and foster growth. Brooks Hill Partners business model allows the firm to bridge the gap between the expertise of large corporations and the innovation of start-up entrepreneurs.
Brooks Hill provides a unique opportunity for Middlebury grads to be an integral part of the firm’s life sciences consulting work and gain exposure to seed stage investments in innovative healthcare companies. This position offers qualified candidates the opportunity to take on immediately challenging and rewarding roles.
George Elsener ’94 asked me to pass along information below for students interested in Finance. He is the managing director at SMBC Nikko.
Come get to know us. At SMBC, we are growing and transforming alongside our clients. This means we need experienced collaborators to help us continue on our path of globalization, diversification, and expansion. We are developing teams of dynamic seekers who are looking to build something great and lasting for themselves, our clients, and our company. We are hiring interns and analysts into our 2021 finance teams. If you are interested in a career with our firm, please pre-register for the event here: link.
We invite students to meet the Fixed Income Sales & Trading team virtually1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.September 29, 2020
Internship opportunities in the following business areas include:
Corporate Banking (North America and Latin America), Debt Capital Markets (North America and Latin America), Debt Syndicate, Derivatives, Fixed Income Sales & Trading, Fund Finance, Investment Banking, Leveraged Finance, Loan Syndications, Project Finance (North America and Latin America), Risk Management, Sponsor Finance
Analyst opportunities in the following business areas include:
Corporate Banking (North America and Latin America), Debt Capital Markets, Equity Capital Markets, Fixed Income Sales & Trading, Investment Banking, Loan Syndications, Trade Finance
All health professions students are encouraged to attend the Fall 2020 Pre-Health Town Hall meeting with Hannah Benz, Mary Lothrop and members of the Pre-Health Society, UR-STEM and Women in Health Sciences. If you are thinking about a career in Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary Sciences, Nursing, PA, PT or another health profession, come learn how a successful application is much more than good grades. The meeting will devote significant time to discussing the impact of COVID-19 on the path to professional school, and there will be ample time allotted for Q and A.
In 2018, the City of New York launched an innovative summer internship program for students interested in pursuing careers in the life sciences industry, providing an opportunity to work in a range of companies from early-stage startups to large pharmaceutical and biotech firms. Now entering its fourth year, the LifeSci NYC Internship Program invites talented and dedicated college and graduate students to apply for science track or management track internships for summer 2021.
Students enrolled in a New York City-based college or university or New York City residents enrolled in any college or university are eligible to apply. DO NOT APPLY IF YOU DO NOT MEET AT LEAST ONE OF THESE CRITERIA. Recent graduates (spring 2020 or later) are also eligible. We are looking for talented and dedicated students interested in pursuing business or science careers in the life sciences sector. Host companies and organizations range from early-stage startups to large pharmaceutical and biotech firms to businesses that serve the industry in specific capacities, including marketing, public relations, or capital investment. More than 80 companies have served as hosts since the program’s inception.