The Goldman Sachs Undergraduate Camp is a two-day program for Black, Latino/Hispanic, and Native American college undergraduate freshmen and sophomores who are interested in exploring the numerous career paths in the financial services industry, and learning more about summer internship opportunities at the firm.
Join Goldman Sachs on June 24-25 in New York for this great program. It will feature challenging and interactive case studies, career workshops, techical and soft skills training, and networking with Goldman Sachs business and recruiting professionals.
Please head to www.GoldmanSachs.com/careers and fill out the application before May 11th!
Make sure to free up time next Tuesday from 10:00 am to 11:00 am to tune in! For more information see the Info Session on naviGATE.
Senior members of the Institutional Equity Sales and Global Capital Markets teams will be hosting the webinar: Life of an IPO. Students will have the opportunity to watch the presentation and ask questions in real-time.
Michael O’Sullivan, Managing Director, Institutional Equity Sales
Pawan Passi, Executive Director, Equity Capital Markets
Michael O’Sullivan (Managing Director, Institutional Equity Sales) and
Pawan Passi (Executive Director, Equity Capital Markets) will discuss
the life of an Initial Public Offering from the time of inception until it is
brought to market. They will address the different stages in the life cycle
of a deal and the different roles involved.
To register for the event, please click here.
Please utilize this password to access the webcast on the day of
the event: Institutional2014
For a list of current opportunities, please visit
Stop by Persson for tomorrow’s lunch!
Digital Marketing for Entrepreneurs and App Developers: The Online Advertising EcoSystem, hosted by MAZ, a NYC start-up I. It should be really interesting, so please stop by tomorrow for lunch and a discussion in Persson Auditorium at 12:00 by Scott Wells ’07.
MAZ is a digital publishing app platform, converting static magazines into interactive, enriching experiences on mobile devices. Digital publishing is the wave of the future, with the number of tablet users continually growing. In this talk, you will learn more about the company, as well as the relationship between digital publishing and digital marketing. If you want to work in the digital space at all, it is important to learn about how digital marketing and advertising works.
See the Facebook event for more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/727998023918842/?notif_t=plan_user_joined
It’s already the last two weeks before finals… Take a break from studying and join us for CWiB’s final coffee hour in the Batza Room (Case 560)!
Psychology Professor Carrie Keating will be leading the coffee hour. Professor Keating will be discussing body language and how you present yourself in interviews, networking, and in the workplace. This will include info about “on the job” body language, such as how to assert yourself as an intern to gain more responsibility, and more. Be sure to come out for this great presentation.
And, dinner will be served!
CWiB won the Best Supporting Actor at the Student Organization Recognition Banquet last Thursday! This award went to the group that strives to provide advocacy or bring awareness to important issues.
Each semester, CWiB is growing its member and alumnae presences, diversifying our partnerships, inventing new and exciting events, and we couldn’t do any of our work without your help! As Abigail said on LinkedIn, thank you again for your support. We’re excited to finish up the spring semester with a final coffee hour; as always please reach out to any member of CWiB if you would like to become more involved or are seeking more information.