Albright Stonebridge Group (ASG) is the premier global strategic advisory and commercial diplomacy firm. With a commitment to excellence, integrity, and discretion, we help our clients navigate challenges and capture opportunities in markets around the world. www.albrightstonebridge.com
ASG is seeking interns for the fall 2020 semester with knowledge of Africa, China, the Middle East and North Africa, the Americas, East Asia and Pacific, South Asia, Europe, Health and Life Sciences, Global Health Solutions, Sustainability, Global Innovation & Growth, Business Development, Communications or Marketing (BDCM).
EY-Parthenon Connect is an opportunity for Black/African American, Latinx/Hispanic, Native American and LGBTQ+ undergraduate students (rising juniors and rising seniors) to learn more about strategy consulting as a career path. The event will feature:
Seminars on what strategy consulting is, EY-Parthenon’s approach to solving cases, the associate and summer associate roles, and career trajectory
Opportunities to network with senior leadership at the organization
Time to connect with peers from other top schools
Opportunity to interview for a summer or full-time associate role
Please complete a short online application and a statement of interest in the event here.
This past week I had two calls with employers interested in recruiting Middlebury students. I thought it would be good to share more about them, and you can explore more if interested and be ready to apply if they eventually post something soon in Handshake.
“One of the world’s leading economic consulting firms, Compass Lexecon provides law firms, corporations, and government clients with clear analysis of complex issues. We have been involved in a broad spectrum of matters related to economics and finance – providing critical insight in legal and regulatory proceedings, strategic decisions, and public policy debates. Our experience and expertise apply to virtually any question of economics, in virtually any context of the law or business, and in any industry.”
“Walker & Dunlop strives to be the premier commercial real estate finance company in the country by providing financing solutions and investment sales to owners of multifamily and commercial properties. As one of the largest providers of commercial real estate finance, we offer deep industry knowledge, an unparalleled team of finance professionals, broad market coverage and excellent customer service – all inside a public company with a family company culture. With Walker & Dunlop, clients receive a “boutique” level of service, but with all the same resources of a large lending platform. We have over 800 professionals located in over 32 offices throughout the United States dedicated to providing our clients with the best financing available.”
Background: Aceso Initiative (“Aceso”) was co-founded in April 2020 by three Middlebury alumni of diverse professional backgrounds (medicine, supply chain, finance) with a simple objective: empower health care providers around the world working to combat COVID-19. Forty-four days after submitting its Form 1023, Aceso was granted 501(c)(3) exempt status by the IRS.
Primary area of focus: Aceso’s primary area of focus is the development of its online platform, which will offer health care providers—at no cost—a global online community where they can gain real-time insight on patient care from colleagues with experience on the front lines battling COVID-19. Designed for simplicity, the platform will allow health care providers to easily login from a smartphone and engage with colleagues around the world in real-time dialogue focused on improving specific patient outcomes.
The project is backed by technology service grants from leading companies, including Amazon Web Services, Twilio, and Slack (among others)
Internship opportunity Aceso is looking for intern candidates who are interested in playing either project management or functional roles in driving the launch and ongoing development of this online platform. Project management responsibilities will include operationalizing the strategy for the launch of the initial version of Aceso’s online platform (a minimally viable product), along with coordinating a parallel effort to develop the second iteration (a more sophisticated, tailored product that is also extensible for future use by health care providers addressing other diseases).
Functional roles will include opportunities to work on strategy and execution for one or more of the following areas: design; U/X; development; user onboarding; social media; content moderation; translation; public relations; community building; and partnership development. This is an opportunity to roll up your sleeves and work alongside three Middlebury alumni to build something that has the potential to make a profound impact in the fight against COVID-19. Join us!
The Sophomore (second-year) Diversity Leaders Internship program (SDLI) provides first-hand experience with consulting at McKinsey & Company to a highly select group of undergraduate students who are Black, African American, Hispanic, Latino, and/or part of Indigenous groups in North America. Candidates who are currently undergraduate sophomores or in their second-year of undergraduate studies at U.S. or Canadian universities are eligible to apply.
Join the 4th Annual Accenture Federal Emerging Leaders Conference on August 27th and 28th for an exclusive opportunity to explore a dynamic career where you can Be Yourself, Make a Difference. This exciting two-day event is filled with professional development workshops, networking activities, and the opportunity to interview for an Accenture Federal Analyst position. Applying does not guarantee a spot at the conference.
Date and Time: Thursday, August 27th, 9:00am to Friday, August 28th, 5:00pm ·
Are you eager for challenges that explore your full potential? At Accenture, you can launch yourself into your next journey – a dynamic career with a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations.
Accenture Federal Services is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Accenture LLP and a leading services provider to US Federal organizations. You will explore your professional passions and develop market leading skills that will enable you to thrive no matter what your future career path holds. It’s a very exciting place to be!
We know that many of you have made the hard decision to take a leave of absence for the Fall. Some of you may want to find internships for the Fall, so we thought it would be a good time to remind you of CCI’s Find an Internshippage. Although CCI does not have funding for Fall or Spring internships, you will find both paid and unpaid opportunities in the resources below.
Here are our top 5 tips for seeking internships.
We suggest starting with Handshake. Click on the “Jobs” tab and then “Internships.” Select a location if desired. Next use your filters. We suggest searching by industry area (scroll through the industry areas and select those that interest you) and then do another search by job function to bring up other options. If you are only interested in remote opportunities, type “remote” into the search bar at the top of the page.
Next check out Handshake’s Resource section. (To navigate from Handshake’s home page, click on Career Center and then Resources.) Sample resources you’ll find include:
CCI’s Career Path Pages – once on the career path of your choosing, navigate to the resources tab to find specific databases and web sites related to your interests.
Midd2Midd – log in and then select MiddConnect to search for alums in your location, industry area of interest, or major. This platform is not to be used to ask directly for an internship but to ask for advice. Feel free to reach out to alums but always do your homework first and send a thank you when alums respond. See the Networking Guide in #4 below.
List of Past Internships – see what Midd students have done in the past and contact them for questions about their experience.
GoinGlobal – in addition to searching internships outside of the US, you can use the US city guides for seeking internships in your preferred US city.
Idealist.org – lots of social impact internship and volunteer opportunities.
And more, such as ArtSearch, Jopwell, Vault, and USAJobs.
Use LinkedIn to search “jobs” and then “internships” under experience level. Or reach out to alums for advice. Again, do your homework – see Networking Guide below for tips.
Research organizations on your own – start by searching the organization’s web site for internships. If you don’t find opportunities listed, then reach out with a well-crafted email to ask if they would be willing to take you on as an intern. See CCI’s Resume and Cover Letter Guides and tips on Networking.
CCI Advisors are available for appointments during the summer. Schedule an appointment via Handshake with the career advisor that matches your interest.