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BlackRock 2021 Summer Analyst Program Opens

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Our alumni at BlackRock encourage well qualified applications to apply for BlackRock’s 2021 summer analyst positions. The deadline is September 30, but all are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

Please find a list of all available positions across all divisions on this site: https://blackrock.tal.net/vx/candidate/jobboard/vacancy/1/adv. If you click on the group name on this page, it opens a PDF with details on the group and opportunity.

At BlackRock, you can have the career you want – challenging, rewarding, and evolving. Whatever your interests, there is a place for you to go here – across businesses, backgrounds, and borders.

Important Notes and Application Instructions

  • Read about the variety of teams you can choose to be a part of at BlackRock. You will be able to select up to two teams you would like to be considered for as part of your application. Read more about our teams below.
  • Your graduation date will inform which program you are eligible to apply to, so make sure to check out the eligibility criteria before applying.
  • Once you’ve submitted your online application, you will be asked to complete a virtual cover letter. Think of this as an opportunity to give us your elevator pitch – it is not an interview but will be considered along with your resume. This must be completed within three days of submitting the written part of your application and for each team you apply for.
  • If you are interested in the software engineering opportunities, you’ll be asked to complete a coding challenge instead of a virtual cover letter. This must be completed within four days of submitting the first part of your application.
  • In the Americas only, if you choose to apply for our Summer Analyst Program, you will also have an option to apply for the BlackRock Founders Scholarship, which offers a $17,500 merit award and accelerated interview process and/or for the Fast-track to FinTech program, for women who are interested in technology opportunities. 

Available Opportunities

Pride + Work: #MonsterGrads Virtual Career Panel

When it comes to getting your first job out of school, finding the right fit should be just as important as finding employment.

For many, that means working for an organization that values an inclusive and diverse workplace culture. In this fantastic panel facilitated by our friends at Monster.com, we hear from LGBTQ+ professionals from some of the country’s leading companies, who discuss the importance of finding a company that values your identity as much as your work. Watch to learn how to network with fellow LGBTQ individuals, get tips on coming out at work, find a company with mental health resources in the workplace, and learn about the importance of finding a mentor.

We know there are unique challenges facing the class of 2020 in the job market, and we hope this webinar can provide the information you need to help you find a job that fits you. We encourage all students to view this excellent panel presentation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXqrKeX2scI

Featured Speakers:

  • Brianna Boles, Diversity & Inclusion Program Manager, Adobe
  • Kay Martinez, Assoc. Director, Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, MGH Institute of Health Professions
  • Jarvis Sam, Sr. Director, Talent Sourcing, Diversity Recruiting & Experience COE, Nike
  • Tom Bourdon, Head of Inclusion & Diversity, Staples

Workshop Sponsor:

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Jobs in international security and cooperation

Check out this list of great opportunities, provided by the organization 80,000 Hours.

“There’s a mix of 15 roles highlighted below, but you can use our filters to explore 486 of them on our site:

SEE THE FULL LIST

This update includes new opportunities across most of our problem areas, but we added a particularly wide range of international security & cooperation vacancies.

Many of those roles can provide valuable career capital for people who’d ultimately like to work on AI policy, biosecurity & pandemic preparedness, or nuclear security — so you should also take a look if you’re considering a career in any of those areas.”
A few new job board highlights:
1. Help a former NATO leader investigate US-Russia nuclear disarmament treaties Research Assistant, Strategic Arms Reduction Talks with Russia, Stanford Center for International Security and Cooperation San Francisco Bay area More details…
2. Automate pledging and giving for philanthropic tech startup founders
Tech Director, Founders Pledge, London, UK More details…
3. Build a new publication covering the policy implications of new technologies   Managing Editor, AI and Emerging Technologies
Brookings Institution Washington, DC More details…
4. Source and screen new investments for both social impact and business potential   Senior Associate, Ventures Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
San Francisco Bay area More details…
5. Try out lobbying for animal welfare in DC, as part of an internship for a major animal welfare organisation. Legislative Intern, Federal Affairs
Humane Society Legislative Fund Washington, DC More details…
6. Help UHNW Individuals maximise the impact of their philanthropy
Events and Operations Manager Effective Giving UK London, UK
More details…
7. Lead and grow a major academic research centre focused on philanthropy and social change Executive Director
Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society San Francisco Bay area
More details…
8. Assist research projects on China and North Korea relations at a conflict prevention institute   Research Assistant, China and North Korea
US Institute for Peace Washington, DC More details…
9. Build data systems that help with planning and forecasting, as an intern at a development non-profit Intern, Data and Operations
IDinsight Remote More details…
10. Study how people can best set goals for themselves, using both computational modelling and behavioural experiments   Student Assistant, Rationality Enhancement Experiments Max Planck Society, Institute for Intelligent Systems Tübingen, Germany More details…
11. Handle media relations for an EU animal welfare lobbying group in Brussels   Officer, Communications Eurogroup for Animals
Brussels, Belgium More details…
12. Look into the impact of emerging biological and digital technologies for a former Secretary of Defense   Research Assistant to former Secretary of Defense Ash Carter Harvard Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs The Boston metro area More details…
13. Help a major foundation look into new focus areas like ‘responsible AI’ and ‘digital transformation’   Program Associate, Communications, Influence, and New Frontiers Innovation Rockefeller Foundation
New York, NY More details…
14. Manage several engineers using probabilistic programming and human prediction platforms to build an advanced forecasting system   Engineering Manager Ought San Francisco Bay area
More details…
15. Be responsible for all of the technology GiveDirectly uses to raise donations that fund cash transfers to extremely poor families
Director, Product GiveDirectly New York, NY
More details…
80,000 Hours is a non-profit that provides research and support to help people switch into careers that effectively tackle the world’s most pressing problems.

Read about our key ideas, subscribe to our podcast, and find ways to meet others working to have an impact.

Goldman Sachs Investment Banking Division Teach-In

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Join our Goldman Sachs Middlebury Interest Group to prepare for the forthcoming launch of 2021 Summer Analyst IBD recruiting (opening July 1st).

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

5:30-7:00 p.m. EDT

Alumni serving in various roles within IBD, including managing directors, will be on hand to guide hopeful applicants. You will leave this session with a better understanding of the work and knowledge required of bankers as you prep for applying on July 1. Panelists will discuss: debt vs. equity products, financial statements, valuation, and provide an overview of recent market trends (although subject to change.

Please find registration and login information here: https://middlebury.joinhandshake.com/events/514007/

This session is appropriate for rising juniors, and rising sophomores.

Please come prepared with questions!

Virtual Meet & Greet for rising seniors

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Long Ridge Equity Partners, a leading growth equity firm based in New York, would like to invite rising seniors interested in learning more about our full-time Analyst program to attend a Virtual Meet and Greet event with Long Ridge investment professionals this summer.

Founded in 2007, and with over $400 million in capital, Long Ridge employs a thesis-driven approach to investing and places a strong emphasis on partnership with visionary entrepreneurs and management teams. Focus areas include financial technology, enterprise software, business services, and specialty finance. The firm targets industry-leading companies with unique value propositions, established business models, and strong management teams. Over the last 20 years, Long Ridge’s principals have sponsored some of the most successful growth companies in the financial services space.

This is a unique opportunity to network with Long Ridge investment professionals and learn more about growth equity investing. Interested candidates should submit their current resume, including their summer 2020 internship, via Handshake by July 6th. Invited candidates will receive a confirmation email with video conference details prior to the event, which will take place in mid- to late July.

Formal recruiting for our full-time analyst program will begin in the Fall of 2020, in accordance with your school’s career center guidelines. Questions can be sent to careers@long-ridge.com. We look forward to seeing you this summer.

To participate, please apply via Handshake no later than July 6th.