“HGBC's Finance & Investment 101 series is a new, dual-track initiative designed for non-business graduate students interested in breaking into the finance world. The series comprises a mix of seminars and workshops. Our next session features Danijel Lipovac, who will introduce us to the world of M&A Transaction Advisory. Join us for an insightful session on careers in Mergers & Acquisitions at the Big Four accounting firms! (Zoom Webinar link will only be provided to those who RSVP)” ... Read more about Careers in Finance: M&A Transaction Advisory [Harvard GSAS Business Club Event]
"Join us for an information session on the National Science Foundation (NSF) Mathematical Sciences Graduate Internship (MSGI) program and find out exactly why you need this unique paid summer internship opportunity. The MSGI program is open to students pursuing a doctoral degree in mathematical sciences. Additional benefits included.
"Our internship program model includes paid, real world professional health experience coupled with mentorship, training, and networking opportunities to ensure the best possible outcomes for every intern.
HCC offers paid, full-time summer internships to help empower the next generation of...
Participate in EACE’s 2021 Virtual Road Trips to the Real World! Road Trips offers college students the opportunity to attend a virtual employer site visit between January 12 - 28, 2021. Host companies will talk about their organization, industry, internships, and job opportunities. This is your chance to get the inside scoop and virtually get your foot in the door at 15 participating employers. The registration deadline is Thursday, December 31, 2020. Register today at eace.org/roadtrips
"The Marketing EDGE Virtual First-Generation Mentoring Program (FGVMP) is intended to provide mentorship from marketing executives to students/recent graduates who are/were the first-in their family to attend college/university and are exploring a career in the marketing and advertising industry.
DRESS CODE for employer events: In following with our colleagues at Harvard Business School, we are encouraging students to attend all campus recruiting events in “smart” casual or business casual attire. We are asking students to refrain from business formal attire (suits) and follow our more casual dress guidelines, which include khakis, dress pants, skirts, button-down long sleeve shirts, sweater sets, blouses, etc. See the OCS Dress for Success page for examples.