Harvard Business School, Aldrich 108, Soldiers Field Rd, Boston, MA 02163
"Communicating investment ideas is one of the most important roles of an investment analyst. Capital Group investment associates will share some tips on what a successful stock pitch looks like, as well as give some ideas on how and where to get started."
Graduate Students, please RSVP by sending your resume to Hilary Albright (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you’re interested in learning more about research careers in industry, please join us! You’ll have the chance to hear from a panel of Facebook Research Scientists, Data Scientists, and Quant UX Researchers about their day-to-day work and what brought them to industry, followed by a Q&A at the end of the session.
"A 2-day symposium for the next generation of young scientists to showcase their research to the Merck community, and to network and learn some of the analytical challenges encountered in the biopharmaceutical industry. The symposium will consist of both oral and poster presentations by students and Merck scientists, a tour of Merck Research Laboratories, and a panel discussion with Merck leaders and scientists on their industrial careers."
Application Dealine: October 21, 2019
RSVP: Please send your application via email to email@example.com...
The Out for Undergrad Business Conference (OUBC) is an annual business conference for LGBTQ+ identifying students, held in April at the Goldman Sachs HQ in New York City. It's a fully-funded program and offers students the opportunity to network with LGBTQ+ professionals, learn about navigating the workplace as an 'out' individual, and grow their network of LBGTQ+ peers in business. It will include inspiring keynote speeches from senior LGBTQ+ business executives, mentorship discussions, a career fair, networking time, and breakout sessions.
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.