Goldman Sachs Undergraduate Camp: June 24-25, 2014

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!

Morgan Stanley Interactive Webcast: Life of an IPO

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.

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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. 

HOSTED BY:

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.

REGISTRATION
To register for the event, please click here.
Please utilize this password to access the webcast on the day of
the event: Institutional2014

QUESTIONS?
Contact: amanda.roth@morganstanley.com.

For a list of current opportunities, please visit
http://www.morganstanley.com/careers.

 

Business school someday? EVENT THIS SUNDAY

Colgate Finance Club and Colgate Women in Business will host Shawn O’Connor, author of Forbes’ column “The Launching Pad,” MBA from Harvard Business School (Baker Scholar), Founder/CEO of Stratus Prep, and admissions counselor with over ten years of test prep and admissions experience.

The presentation and Q&A will be held in Persson 27 at 1:00 PM on Sunday, April 13th.

Shawn will discuss:

  • What top business schools are looking for
  • Leveraging your college experiences
  • Optimizing your out-of-classroom activities
  • The importance of admissions essays
  • The role of the GMAT in today’s admissions game
  • How to carefully cultivate and groom your recommenders

All students are welcome – please RSVP here so we know how much pizza to get!

We look forward to seeing you!

Deloitte Consulting: SPECIAL Online Case Interview Workshop! March 4th at 12 pm

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Deloitte Consulting, Online Case Interview Workshop
Tuesday, March 4th at 12-1 pm
Deloitte Consulting will be hosting an online Case Interview Workshop TOMORROW, March 4th at 12-1pm.  This is open to all students, but the mentor program is only for Juniors.  More information is below.  To students who already saw this on naviGATE last week, please note that the dial-in code has been changed.
 
Deloitte will be hosting an online Case Workshop to prepare Colgate students for case interviews. Through this program, Colgate Juniors will be matched with a Deloitte Consulting mentor.  Throughout the spring semester, the student will have the opportunity to practice case interviews, receive feedback, and become confident with their case interview skills.
Join some recent Colgate alums who now work at Deloitte Consulting LLP for an online information session about Case Interviews and to hear more about the Case Interview Buddy Program. Please note that the buddy portion of this program is only open to Juniors but the initial workshop is available for all!
If you are interested and want the dial-in number and code, please e-mail me at jluscinskas@colgate.edu!

Thomas Friedman on Google (and getting hired)

“But Bock is saying something important to them [young people going to college], too: Beware. Your degree is not a proxy for your ability to do any job. The world only cares about — and pays off on — what you can do with what you know (and it doesn’t care how you learned it). And in an age when innovation is increasingly a group endeavor, it also cares about a lot of soft skills — leadership, humility, collaboration, adaptability and loving to learn and re-learn. This will be true no matter where you go to work.”

In light of the most recent job opportunity highlight, I just found an article by Thomas Friedman from last week’s New York Times. It is titled: “How to get a job at Google” – check it out! Friedman reviews an interview with Laszlo Bock (SVP of people operations) that appeared last June in the NYTimes.

Thought the last paragraph (above) had a great message for students – go liberal arts!

Wall Street Exchange (WSE) Program

2014 Wall Street Exchange (WSE) Professional Development and Leadership Program

WSE

Wall Street Exchange has been helping both young women and men navigate the competitive financial job market for over 35 years. WSE is not an internship; it is a career development program designed to augment and coincide with your summer internship experience.

Enhance your job search skills, learn about leadership skills, and think strategically about career choices during nine weekly events that will strengthen your skills and prepare you to execute a successful full-time job search in financial services and related fields.

If you have an internship or are in the process of applying to one related to finance in NYC, check out the program and application on naviGATE

Accelerator – Vanderbilt Summer Business Institute: TONIGHT 6 pm!

Accelerator – Vanderbilt Summer Business Institute

Colgate Information Session

Wednesday, February 19th 6:00pm

Persson Hall – Room 109

2014 Program Dates: June 1 – 28, 2014

Accelerator is an intensive immersion in business designed exclusively for undergraduates and recent grads in all majors. During the month of June, students are immersed in real-world consulting roles. Within competing teams and with instruction from Owen faculty, students are challenged to solve real-world problems for global businesses. And in doing so, students shape their careers and gain a unique advantage and perspective over their peers, in ways that a traditional internship simply cannot come close to replicating.