Our Exploratory Programs allow college freshmen and sophomores to learn more about financial services as well as our firm’s business, people and culture. Our goal is to bring students together from different schools, majors and backgrounds and to help set them up for success as they explore future career interests and opportunities. Our program includes skill-building workshops, interactive case studies and networking sessions with Goldman professionals. Click here to learn more.
Women’s Leadership Camp | February 6-8 | New York and Salt Lake City
- Eligibility Requirements: undergraduate women graduating between December 2020 and June 2022.
Undergraduate Camp | February 20-22 | New York, Salt Lake City and Dallas/Irving
- Eligibility Requirements: black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, and/or first-generations undergraduate students graduating between December 2020 and June 2022.
Pride Summit | March 13-15 | New York
- Eligibility Requirements: undergraduate students graduating between December 2020 and June 2022 who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender.
Engineering Essentials | May 13-17 | New York
- Eligibility Requirements: black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American and/or women undergraduate students graduating between December 2020 and August 2021.
Virtual Insight Series | 2019 Summer | Virtual
- Eligibility Requirements: undergraduate students graduating between December 2020 and June 2022.
- January 6th Pride Summit | Women’s Leadership Camp | Undergraduate Camp
- March 3rd Engineering Essentials
- March 31st Insight Series
You may apply to as many exploratory programs as you are eligible for & interested in, but can only be selected to attend one in-person program. Please note that you need to complete the application only once if applying to multiple programs.
Please note: Goldman Sachs will provide domestic travel within the U.S. and hotel accommodations.
To apply to our Exploratory Programs, visit our Events Portal and register for the spring programs.
CCI met with alumni Adam Sobek ’88, a geography major who is the director of Geospatial at Travelers. As a means to get your foot in the door into a meaningful management leadership post-graduate rotational program (the Business Intelligence & Geospatial (BIG) Development Program), he encourages Middlebury students to think about their paid summer internships in this sector prior to graduation:
Looking for robust experience in cutting-edge mapping and analytics projects in the field of geospatial? Interested in first-hand business experience and valuable on-the-job training? Travelers is looking to fill their Geospatial intern class for the summer of 2019. The successful candidate will assist on an innovative geospatial collaborative Property & Casualty insurance initiative. Candidates should have proficiency with basic GIS concepts for data downloading, review, and compiling, metadata creation and editing, as well as spatial analysis to generate new data sets.
How can students interface with Geospatial at Travelers?
This position will provide exposure to a wide variety of GIS datasets, offering a unique experience to work hands on with experienced analytical team members to see the GIS data put into action. In addition to some great work experiences, the Business Intelligence & Geospatial program office will assign a Mentor, Peer Advisor, a summer training curriculum that focuses on business acumen, technical skills, as well; as exposure to leadership and transition from school to the workplace. In additional to enterprise events for over 300 Travelers interns, there will be a number of summer programming for the Business Intelligence & Analytic (BI&A) community interns including a speaker series, workshops, presentations, and networking events.
This 10-12 week paid position is expected to begin on June 2019. The deadline on Handshake closes on Friday, January 7th.
Learn more about it and apply here.
Would you like to pivot into business post graduation? How about incorporate business into your current degree plan, while making yourself more marketable and standing a part from your peers? Join McIntire School of Commerce to learn about graduate and summer programs to increase your job offers, starting salary, and marketability.
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
12:30 – 1:30 pm
CCI – Adirondack House
Attached please find a flyer for the Vermont EPSCoR Undergraduate Internship Program, which offers students a $5,000 stipend and the opportunity to join a team of scientists (faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral associates) conducting research on the coupling of natural and social systems of the Lake Champlain Basin to understand and promote Basin Resilience to Extreme Events (BREE).
Undergraduates will be matched with a research team working for 10 weeks in summer 2019 on the transdisciplinary BREE research program. Research teams are assembled by topic and interact regularly across focus areas including Ecological Systems, Social Systems, and Integrated Assessment Modeling.
The summer 2019 internship runs from May 28 to August 2 at the University of Vermont. In addition to the $5,000 stipend, travel and on-campus lodging will be provided. Interns will have the opportunity to present their research at the Vermont EPSCoR Research Symposium. Applications will be available the first week of December, and the deadline to apply is January 30, 2019.
For more information, see our website at https://epscor.w3.uvm.edu/epscor, or contact us at this email address if you have any questions.
The VT EPSCoR CWDD Team
Funding Provided by NSF OIA 1556770
How does a biologist collaborate with a student animator to visualize her research? Please join us for a conversation with Heinz-Given Professor of the Pre-medical Sciences Grace Spatafora, student animator Michelle Lehman, and Middlebury Animation Studio director Daniel Houghton. Lunch will be served. Please sign up below so we can provide as accurate an amount of food as possible.
Thursday, December 13th at 12:00 p.m. in the CTLR Lounge.
How do we make real change to ensure all living beings on our planet are nourished, both socially and ecologically?
How do we enact justice and regenerate health?
And how do we do it together in place, in diverse groupings that can adapt and endure?
Join us as we enter into conversation with thought leaders and practitioners in education, agriculture, and community building who are imagining new stories, remembering valuable wisdom, and creating innovative relationships and pathways to address the urgency of this transformation.
Friday, December 7th 9:30 a.m. to noon
Wilson Hall, McCullough Student Center
Hosted by Middlebury College’s Franklin Environmental Center at Hillcrest and Middlebury College’s Program in Environmental Studies with the support of the Middlebury Food Studies Program.
Lime Connect is proud to offer several scholarship opportunities with their corporate partners for students with disabilities. We are sharing the opportunities below to ensure that you are aware of all of the deadlines and eligibility requirements.
These merit-based scholarships support the education of current college students and open the door to potential internship opportunities. Check out their scholarships page.
Here are some of the opportunities available:
The PwC Lime Scholarship is an outstanding opportunity for undergraduate students with disabilities with a passion for accounting, technology, and/or computer science. Recipients of the 2019 PwC Lime Scholarship will each receive $4,000 to support their continued studies! Deadline is Sunday, December 9th at 11:59 p.m. PST.
The Google Lime Scholarship is an outstanding opportunity for undergraduate or graduate students with disabilities who have a passion for computer science and technology. Selected recipients in the U.S. will receive $10,000, attend the annual Google Scholars Retreat and be considered for a Google internship! Deadline is Sunday, December 9th at 11:59 p.m. PST.