Accelerator – Vanderbilt Summer Business Institute

Accelerator is a summer business immersion program at Vanderbilt for undergraduates (especially freshmen and sophomores). In just four-weeks, students will learn about business essentials from world class MBA-faculty and complete multiple real-world consulting projects with a team of your peers. Students gain practical business experience, career counseling and a resume that stands out from their peers. Do more than you ever imagined!


Goldman Sachs Diversity Exploratory Programs

Goldman Sachs Diversity Recruiting is excited to announce the launch of our 2018 Spring Exploratory Program applications!

Women’s Leadership Camp | April 5-6 | Regions: New York and Salt Lake City | Eligibility Requirements: undergraduate women graduating between December 2019 and June 2021. Apply now

Undergraduate Camp | May 14-16 | Regions: New York, Salt Lake City and Dallas/Irving | Eligibility Requirements: black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, and/or first-generations undergraduate students graduating between December 2019 and June 2021. Apply now

Engineering Essentials | May 14-17 | Regions: New York | Eligibility Requirements: black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American and/or women undergraduate students graduating between December 2019 and June 2020. Apply now

Insight Series (our virtual program, focused on preparation) | Multiple Dates, Spring-Summer | Virtual| Eligibility Requirements: undergraduate students graduating between December 2019 and June 2021. Apply now

Application Deadlines

·         March 18 – Engineering Essentials

·         April 8 – Undergraduate Camp | Insight Series

Please note: Goldman Sachs will provide domestic travel within the U.S. and hotel accommodations.

And, if you have any additional questions, please reach out to our Diversity Recruiting team at DiversityRecruiting@gs.com.

2018 Italia Innovation Programs

Applications for the 2018 Italia Innovation Programs are now open!

1st Session: 4 June - 22 June, Italy

2nd Session: 25 June - 13 July, Italy

Make your summer unforgettable with a fully-immersive learning experience in Italy: a unique entrepreneurial journey where international thought and business leaders mentor multidisciplinary teams of international students to inspire the innovation of Italian industries and its most iconic brands.

Over the two sessions, 5 innovation programs are offered, each led by a distinguished Academic Director:

Artisanship at Scale led by Roy Green (former Dean of UTS Business School)

The Fate of The West led by Bill Emmott (former Editor-in-Chief of The Economist)

Responsible Success led by Robert Strand (Director, UC Berkeley Center for Responsible Business)

Disruptive Quality led by Riccardo Illy (Food Entrepreneur)

Democratizing Design led by Francesca Molteni (Design Entrepreneur)

Jake Knapp (author, The Sprint Book and IDEO Fellow), Design Director for the 2018 Italia Innovation Programs, will lead a 5-day Sprint Workshop for the closing week of each program.

Participants will also receive the mentorship of a unique team of experts and professors like Vincent Stanley and Nora Gallagher (Patagonia), Debra Dunn (Stanford d.school), Stewart Thornhill (Michigan Ross), Scott Hartley (author, The Fuzzy and The Techie) as well as Italian entrepreneurs and forward-thinking business leaders.

Company visits throughout Italy alongside hands-on lectures, design exercises and inspirational talks in the Italia Innovation Studio will foster the industry understanding and boost team creativity.

The partner companies are leading brands of the Made in Italy business sectors (Fashion, Food and Wine, Design, Arts and High-end Manufacturing). Past partner companies include Ermenegildo Zegna, United Colors of Benetton, Salvatore Ferragamo, Woolrich, Barilla, illy coffee, Santa Margherita Wine Group, Molteni&C, Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana.

We really believe in innovating the Italian economy. Do you?

Apply now and please note that scholarships are available!

2018 Morgan Stanley Spring Diversity Programs: Marketing

Career Discovery Day: Tuesday, April 24

Application Deadline: Wednesday, March 28 

This one-day workshop provides LGBT, Black, Hispanic, and Native American undergraduate students with the opportunity to experience the culture of Morgan Stanley and is designed for students interested in Compliance, Corporate Treasury, Finance, Firm Risk Management, Human Resources, Internal Audit, and/or Operations.

Bain & Company

 Bain & Company, is accepting applications for an undergraduate sophomore diversity internship called the Building Entrepreneurial Leaders (BEL) program.

The BEL program is a highly selective one-week paid internship focused on giving top students of Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino and American Indian descent the opportunity to strengthen their business and leadership skill set while gaining exposure to Bain & Company, one of the world’s top tier strategy consulting firms. We will put you on actual case work for a real Bain client plus pay your expenses and a $1,500 stipend for your efforts. The timing of the program, to be held in August, is specifically designed to allow you to fulfill your other obligations for the summer and then attend our program.

Reviews for the program from previous years have been incredibly positive, and we have a number of last year's program alums coming back as full-summer interns this year.

Students need to apply via the link in the attached PDF and upload a copy of their resume, cover letter and unofficial transcript by Monday, March 26th.

Full-Time Job Opportunities

City first Enterprises

Available Position: Associate

We are an impact driven community development institution focused on promoting equity and opportunity by providing increased access to capital and promoting affordable housing in underserved communities with the
goal of ensuring the long-term well-being of residents. As a non-profit holding company, we do this through our loan fund and in partnership with our affiliate, City First Bank, through the financing of housing, community facilities, small businesses and non-profit organizations. In addition, through our subsidiary, City First Homes, we work to create and preserve permanently affordable housing, including helping to guide efforts to establish a community land trust focused initially in areas East of the River. We work together every day in a learning environment that is shaped by accountability and respect. We focus on working efficiently, taking smart risks, and creating meaningful and sustainable impact.

As an Associate, you will be (1) supporting general office operations and administration and (2) assisting in programmatic activities with a focus on City First Homes and its affordable housing initiatives. To apply, please email resume and cover letter to adam@cfhomes.org. For more information, see attached flyer.

Wellington Management

We are currently recruiting for 3 full-time programs: Business Associate, Investment Science Associate, Launch Research Associate, and Technology Associate. These opportunities are open to current seniors graduating this academic year. 

Capital One HR Rotational Program

Capital One is looking for seniors to join our HR Rotational Program and Strategy Consulting Group after graduation. Please pass along the below program descriptions to senior in your club, who can learn more about these exciting opportunities on the Career Center Website.

HR Rotational Program:
Capital One’s 2.5 year Human Resources Rotation Program (HRRP) is designed to cultivate strategic and proactive leaders. The HRRP will allow you to launch your career with a cohort of talented peers through key components including:

• Three rotations with high-performing teams, generally including roles in Talent Acquisition, People Analytics or Compensation, and an HR business partner or HR specialist role
• Exposure to strategic projects that have a real impact on associates around the world
• Individualized mentorship from a senior leader and dedicated support from the program team
• Specialized training curricula to help you grow and succeed

In HR at Capital One, our goal is simple: create amazing associate experiences. Whether that’s creating data-driven people strategies or using Agile to accelerate the recruiting process, we’re solving problems that have a real impact on our associates around the world. We’re an entrepreneurial team with heart; we welcome bold ideas, foster collaboration, and challenge the status quo.

Strategy Consulting Group:
Capital One's Strategy Consulting Group is a small team of internal consultants who collaborate with the CEO and senior leaders to solve the toughest challenges confronting our company and rapidly changing industry. As an Associate in the group, you will work as an integral member of a project team on 3-4 month engagements – seeking to answer strategically important questions using everything from data-driven customer analysis to acquisition modeling to human-centered design strategy. Strategy Associates have the rare opportunity to shape the direction of a Fortune 100 company while developing world-class consulting skills from day one. For more information on the group, please visit www.capitalonestrategy.com.

IBM Consulting By Degrees Program

Consulting by Degrees Positions: Posted to Handshake

Part-Time Job Opportunities

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