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Participants are invited to Morgan Stanley’s New York Headquarters to gain insight into our businesses through a variety of workshops, network with employees, and participate in the first stage of the Summer Analyst recruiting process....
Participants are invited to Morgan Stanley’s New York Headquarters to gain insight into our businesses through a variety of workshops, network with employees, and participate in the first stage of the Summer Analyst recruiting process.
The Flagship VentureLabs Fellows program provides an exclusive opportunity for graduating students to gain hands-on experience in Flagship VentureLabs’ approach to company conception, innovation and entrepreneuring. Fellows will work with VentureLabs Partners and Associates on Explorations focused on significant market opportunities, involving the formulation and testing of venture hypotheses around new technological platforms. Each Exploration will have the potential to advance from Exploration to ProtoCompany to a Flagship Ventures backed company.
Harvard Kennedy School, Taubman Building, 5th Floor, Nye AB
"UN Environment: The Global Environment and Climate Change Imperatives
Location: HKS, Taubman Building, 5th Floor, Nye AB Time: Wednesday, February 6, 6pm
30-45 minute topical discussion followed by Q&A and a discussion about UN Careers. This will include a discussion about careers at the UN at the end.
Bio: Satya S. Tripathi is UN Assistant Secretary-General and Head of New York Office at UN Environment. A development economist and lawyer with over 35 years of varied experience, Mr. Tripathi has served with the UN since 1998...
Are you an undergraduate interested in a summer internship with Bain & Company – recently rated 2019’s “Best Place to Work” by Glassdoor? We invite you to join Keith Bevans, Director of Global Recruiting, to learn about the 2019Building Entrepreneurial Leaders (BEL) Program.
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