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Learn about consulting with BCG Launch events

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

BCG Launch virtual programming is designed to easily fit into your schedule with recordings and on-demand content available to all registrants. Zoom details for each live session will be sent the same day as the event is scheduled. Although registration collects academic information, this is not a job application. This program is a way for us to get to know each other prior to our application deadlines.

Q: Who is eligible for BCG Launch?

A: Undergraduate and non-MBA master’s students attending schools in the U.S. and Canada graduating in the class of 2024, 2025, or 2026!

Q: I submitted my interest and haven’t heard about the actual virtual sessions. What do I do?

A: Hang tight! By registering, you indicated your interest in joining us. We will send the calendar of events and information on each session starting in the new year!

Q: Is participation in BCG Launch considered as part of the job application?

A: No. Participation in the BCG Launch program is completely voluntary. We know that your academic calendar may not enable you to join us, and that’s OK!

Learn How Data Science Research Supports Technical Infrastructure in the next MIDDVantage: Careers in Data Analytics episode

This week, Lila Kosowsky ’24, interviews Trisha Singh ’18, Research Data Scientist at Meta.

Trisha uses applied math and machine learning techniques to support Meta’s infrastructure. Prior to working at Meta, she worked at Analysis Group in Health and Economics Outcomes Research. She holds an MS in Statistics from Stanford University and a BA in Math and Economics from Middlebury.

Exploring Careers in Data Analytics is a collaborative series developed by the Center for Careers and Internships and Middlebury in DC with content contributions from members of the Middlebury Professional Network and Middlebury students.

Check out the latest episode on YouTube:

Evercore Rising Junior Diversity Scholarship

The Evercore Rising Junior Diversity Scholarship will award merit-based scholarships to selected students. Applicants must be in their sophomore year and all are encouraged to apply. Selected students will receive:

  • $15,000 scholarship
  • A summer internship with Investment Banking in one of our US offices

Application Instructions for Students:

  • Application opens March 1
  • Submit your application for consideration by March 16 –resumes are pulled on a rolling basis
  • Application must include resume, cover letter, and personal statement (max 500 words)
  • Address what you believe demonstrates your qualification for the Rising Junior Diversity Scholarship, including a description of your academic and personal strengths; and/or exceptional contributions, through community service, leadership, school activities or otherwise, to the cause of diversity
  • Applications should be submitted here: www.evercore.com/careers
  • Diversity Interviews and Superdays will take place in March and early April 2023


  • Current sophomore students interested in Investment Banking (Graduating in Winter 2024 or Spring 2025)
  • Scholarship recipients will be selected from among the eligible applicants who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership qualities, and who also have contributed to diversity initiatives.
  • All students are encouraged to apply to the Rising Junior Diversity Scholarship, particularly those who identify as Black, Hispanic/LatinX, Native American, Female, Veteran, and/or LGBTQ+.

Evercore Intro to Investment Banking Virtual Info Session for First Years and Sophomore at NESCAC Schools

Evercore is hosting an educational event for First Years and Sophomores at NESCAC Schools. The session will include an overview of Investment Banking, a brief introduction to the Firm, and a panel of current Evercore Analysts. There will time for Q&A and networking in breakout rooms, as this session will be held on Zoom.

Mark your calendar for Tuesday, December 13 – 5:00-6:15 EST

ADVANCE REGISTER REQUIRED on Handshake – https://middlebury.joinhandshake.com/events/1178069/ and on Evercore’s website – https://evercore.tal.net/vx/appcentre-ext/brand-4/candidate/so/pm/1/pl/1/opp/1533-Evercore-Intro-to-Investment-Banking-Session-NESCAC-Virtual/en-GB

Learn about the securities market at the SEC

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) students and recent graduates programs offer an opportunity for students and recent graduates to become acquainted with the regulation of the securities market and the activities of the Commission. The SEC offers paid positions through the SEC Scholars Program, the Chair’s Attorney Honors Program, and the Pathways Programs.

“The SEC is more than a workplace. United by a core set of values, SEC staff members play a critical role–protecting investors, making markets fair and efficient, and helping companies grow.”

The SEC’s student and recent graduate programs offer positions in Washington, DC, and 11 other cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York. Participants must be U.S. citizens. Participants are given responsibilities and practical experiences that not only complement their classroom work but also promote their careers. Through the duration of their experience, participants work with Commission staff on projects particular to the specific Division or Office to which they are assigned. Additionally, participants may participate in seminars and workshops on various aspects of federal securities laws.

Learn more here: https://www.sec.gov/students-and-recent-graduates-overview

This comes recommended by an alumna who recently participated in a CCI Field Guide program.

Morgan Stanley Early Insights Programs now accepting applications

At Morgan Stanley, we are defined by our people, our founders, our company veterans and our newest recruits. We draw on the strength of their diverse talents and perspectives, generating growth for our clients in ways that are forward-thinking and sustainable. We collaborate across departments and our global network of offices to deliver exceptional ideas and solutions to the world’s most complex challenges.

The Early Insights Program is an integral part of our diversity recruiting efforts at the undergraduate level. These programs provide students with the opportunity to learn what it takes to be successful throughout the recruiting season, while gaining exposure to various divisions and networking with Morgan Stanley professionals. Early Insights will take place in our New York City offices. Further details on the application process, eligibility criteria and participating divisions are below.

Application Deadline and Details

  • The deadline to apply is Wednesday, January 12, 2022
  • Each candidate may only submit one application to the 2022 Early Insights Program
  • In order of preference, you will be asked to: (1) rank up to three Program(s) you would like to participate in; and (2) rank your top three divisions of interest
  • After submitting your application online, you will be asked to complete an additional video component via HireVue as part of the application process
  • Eligible candidates must currently be enrolled at a four year accredited institution and provide their resume with a current GPA
  • Selected candidates will also have the opportunity to interview for a 2023 Summer Analyst role with the firm
  • For selected candidates, Morgan Stanley will cover domestic travel expenses to/from our New York City office as well as accommodations

Click here to apply


Women Early Insights – February 28 & March 1

Eligibility Requirement: Undergraduate students who self-identify as female and are graduating between December 2023-June 2024

Black and Hispanic Early Insights – March 3 & 4

Eligibility Requirement: Undergraduate students who self-identify as Black, Hispanic, and/or Native American and are graduating between December 2023-June 2024

LGBT+ Early Insights – March 22 & 23

Eligibility Requirement: Undergraduate students who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender and are graduating between December 2023-June 2024

Participating Divisions

  • Firm Strategy & Execution
  • Global Capital Markets
  • Investment Banking
  • Investment Management
  • Sales and Trading: Public Finance
  • Sales and Trading: Quantitative Finance
  • Sales and Trading: Institutional Equity, Fixed Income, Fund Services, Prime Brokerage Client Services
  • Sales and Trading: Bank Resource Management
  • Research
  • Wealth Management

Upcoming Programs

In the coming weeks, applications will open for the following programs:

Company + operations  Early Insights – April 2022

Technology Early Insights – April 2022

Eligibility Requirement: Undergraduate students who self-identify as Black, Hispanic, Native American and/or lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender and are graduating between December 2023-June 2024


To learn more about life at Morgan Stanley and our culture, visit: www.morganstanley.com/careers   For questions, contact: mscampusrecruiting@morganstanley.com