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Deloitte

NextGen Leaders Program

Who? Freshmen through Seniors
What? We'll assign you a mentor who knows our organization and our clients' businesses. This experienced leader can give you powerful insight into our collaborative culture as well as the issues and challenges our clients face, and can help you develop your own strategies for growth.  So you can share your ideas and begin building your own broad network of professionals—the people who can help you customize your career and achieve your goals.
Where? Various Deloitte office locations
When? Various dates
To Apply: https://jobs2.deloitte.com/us/en/Student-all-jobs
Application Deadline: February
National Leadership Conference

Who? Sophomores or Juniors who have 3.3 GPA
Wha You'll hone your leadership skills, while also sharing what it means to be a part of Deloitte, through hands-on activities promoting teamwork, personal branding, the client experience, and networking. Deloitte will pay for airfare, lodging, meals, local transportation
Where? Deloitte University, Westlake, Texas
When? July, 4 days
To Apply: https://jobs2.deloitte.com/us/en/Student-all-jobs
Application Deadline: February
WINing with Deloitte
Who?

Female students in freshman or sophomore year

  • Business or Technology related major; with a concentration in Accounting, Information Systems, Computer Science or Risk Management
  • Keen interest in professional services and a career in business
  • Strong academic credentials (Minimum GPA of 3.4)
  • Demonstrated leadership, problem solving, and strong verbal and written communication
What? Deloitte's Initiative for the Retention and Advancement of Women - the Women's Initiative or WIN - represents the ongoing commitment to women in the workplace. The mission is to drive marketplace growth and create a culture where the best choose to be. This speaks to Deloitte’s business objectives and strategic focus on enhancing diversity and an inclusive culture for both women and men throughout Deloitte.

The WINning with Deloitte program will provide a mentoring experience designed to foster connections between top female talent and senior female client service professionals.
 
WINning with Deloitte will be series of three events with a focus on women in business, leadership and teamwork skills, as well as mentoring and networking.
Where? Villanova, PA and Deloitte Offices
When? November-February, evenings after 5pm
To Apply:

Deloitte requires all applicants to apply with a resume through Handshake, AS WELL AS, Deloitte's website

https://jobs2.deloitte.com/us/en/Student-all-jobs

Application Deadline: November

Deloitte Pioneer Internship

Who? Freshman pursuing a degree in accounting, technolgy, or related field with strong academic credentials (minimum GPA of 3.3), demonstrated problem solving skills, effective interpersonal and communication skills; adaptive to change, creativity & self-confidence; leadership qualities; team-oriented and collaborative.
What? If you’re looking to gain first-hand exposure to the professional services industry, learn new business skills and deepen your knowledge of your field of interest, Deloitte’s Pioneer Internship may be a great fit for you. During this six-week long experience, you’ll have the opportunity to foster business relationships with Deloitte professionals and acquire soft skills that can help you succeed in the modern workplace and global marketplace.
Where? Philadelphia, PA
When? Summer 2017
To Apply: via Handshake
Application Deadline: November

Deutsche Bank

Graduate Outreach for Women (GROW) Program
Who? Freshman and Sophomore women interested in Investment Banking
What? Graduate Outreach for Women (GROW) is a newsletter aimed at freshman and sophomore women just entering university who are unsure about their career path.
 These newsletters are meant to be educational and cover topics such as resume review, interview skills, networking and how to make the most of your education (to name a few).  Newsletters begin in February of each year.
Where? n/a
When? Rolling through Freshman and Sophomore years
To Apply: https://www.db.com/careers/en/prof/role-search.html
Application Deadline: Rolling  
Day on the Job

Who? Business Students with an interest in finance.
What? A day on the job provides the unique opportunity to gain valuable industry insight and career advice directly from our professionals. Each day on the job will speak to your division of interest through a variety of activities which may include: panel discussions to prepare you for the recruiting process and working in finance, opportunities to shadow those currently in the business for an exclusive look into their day to day activities, presentations on current events in finance, and networking sessions with professionals at all levels. Attendees will leave with a fresh perspective on what it’s like to work in the financial services industry and an insider view from Deutsche’s place in it all.
Where? Deutsche Bank various locations
When? Various dates
To Apply: https://www.db.com/careers/content/en/day_on_the_job.html
Application Deadline: Varies by Program
Deutsche Bank dbAchieve Sophomore Internship Program
Who? Sophomores students who are diverse and students who can show a commitment to diversity
What? dbAchieve is an eight-week introduction to a career at Deutsche Bank designed for students who are diverse (for example, students who are female, Black, Hispanic, LGBT, veterans, disabled, or diverse in other ways) and/or students who can show a commitment to diversity. Join us and we’ll pack your summer with training sessions, challenging work assignments and networking opportunities. You’ll experience our commitment to diversity and an inclusive work environment first hand.
Where? New York, NY, San Francisco, CA, Cary, NC
When? Winter 
To Apply: https://www.db.com/careers/en/grad/role-search.html
Application Deadline:  October 

Drucker & Scaccetti

Discover D&S
 
Who? Freshmen and Sophomores with interest in Accounting
What? Are you a freshman or sophomore who is unsure about the different areas of accounting: Tax or Audit? Public or Private? Come to Discover D&S and take the first step to determine the accounting path that’s right for you. At Discover D&S, you will understand why we chose tax as a career, learn about the D&S internship experience, receive personalized resume advice, learn successful interview techniques, and visit our Center City office and experience our culture.
Where? Philadelphia, PA
When? January 25, 2017
To Apply: For more information, visit www.taxwarriors.com/careers
Application Deadline: December 

Eastern Association Of Colleges and Employers (EACE)

Road Trips to the Real World Program
Who? Students who are interested in exploring career opportunities. Open to any current undergraduate or graduate student attending a college or university that is a member of the Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers (EACE).
What? Participate in EACE’s Road Trips to the Real World! Road Trips offers college students the opportunity to attend employer site visits. Host companies will talk about their organization, industry, internships, and job opportunities This is your chance to get the inside scoop and literally get your foot in the door at over 30 participating employers.
Where? Northeast region (Boston, Philadelphia, New York, and Washington, D.C.)
When? January
To Apply: http://www.eace.org/default.asp?page=RoadTripsRealWorld
Application Deadline: December

EY

Emerging Leaders Program
Who? Students at least two years from graduation who are studying accounting and/or business and have an interest in professional services.
What? During the program, we’ll introduce you to the EY culture, people and practices that drive our success. And by participating in group activities, discussions and training, you’ll build your leadership, teamwork and communication skills.
Where? Various EY Locations
When? May-August, 1 to 3 day program
To Apply: http://www.ey.com/US/en/Careers/Students/Your-role-here/Students---Programs---Emerging-Leaders-Program The application process varies by location. Contact your university career services center or speak to your EY campus recruiter for more information.
Application Deadline: Early Spring
Women in Audit Summit
Who? Sophmores and Juniors.
What? EY's Women in Audit Summit is a one-of-a-kind interactive experience that not only will help students to learn more about the firm's culture, people and Audit practice, but also will give them the opportunity to network and build relationships with professionals and leaders who share a common interest in leveling the gender parity gap and utilizing everyone's unique strengths to accomplish our goals. Students also will learn to sharpen your leadership, teamwork and communication skills as they develop into professionals. Students will be selected based on their academic achievements, leadership and extracurricular activities, communication skills, and interest in an audit career with a professional services firm. Additionally, attendees will be considered for future Summer Leadership Programs, internships and/or full-time opportunities.
Where? Philadelphia
When? Mid-June, 1 day program
To Apply:

Apply via Handshake and https://ey.recsolucampus.com/candidatepreferenceform.php?formId=Z2hoZQ%3D%3D

Application Deadline: May
Emerging Leaders Summit

Who? Students at least two years from graduation who are studying accounting and/or business and have an interest in professional services.
What? The Emerging Leaders Summit brings together student leaders from across North America. You’ll hear presentations by EY's global leaders, participate in interactive workshops, engage in a team-building activity and more! The event will take place over three days. For those that are invited to this summit, consider it an additional stamp in your passport to success.
Where? Location changes each year
When? June, 3 day program
To Apply: http://www.ey.com/US/en/Careers/Students/Your-role-here/Students---Your-role-here---Programs---Emerging-Leaders-Summit ; Invitations are extended by recruiters to students that demonstrate leadership and personal excellence during on-campus interviews for our student programs such as the Emerging Leaders Program.
Application Deadline: Varies upon location
Launch Intern
 
Who? Sophomores & Juniors with a minimum 3.2 cumulative GPA from underrepresented groups in the accounting profession
What? A Launch internship will provide you the opportunity to develop a working knowledge of what it means to be a part of a global professional services organization. As a Launch intern, you will experience the following:
•       Gain a greater awareness of professional services, our service lines and client service opportunities within EY
•       Build a foundation while obtaining exposure to our business and culture
•       Develop your business acumen, technical skills, communication and leadership skills, as well as bolster confidence through on-the-job and classroom training sessions on our business, our culture, and our advanced technology and tools
•       Enhance your network by building relationships with various professionals, including identifying mentors who are committed to your success
•       See how EY’s culture aligns to our people, our clients and our wider communities
Where?  Various locations
When? Summer 2017
To Apply: To be considered for an interview at Ernst & Young LLP (EY)
•You must first apply using your school’s online recruiting system for only one of our positions
•You must apply through our online system at www.ey.com/us/apply. Select the job description for which you are applying: Campus Full Time, Intern or MBA Application
• You must complete our Recruiting Candidate Preferences Form
ey.recsolucampus.com/candidatepreferenceform.php?formId=ZWNlaQ%3D%3D.
Application Deadline:  November 

Financial Women’s Association

Wall Street Exchange Summer Program
 
Who? Students who have completed their Junior year of college and have a paid summer internship in the NYC metro area with a financial services firm or within a financial function at a non-financial firm.
What? The Wall Street Exchange Summer Program (WSE) is a career development program designed to augment and coincide with the summer internship work experience of select, qualified students who are employed as summer interns in the New York metropolitan area.  The program is designed to 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.
Where? New York City
When? June-August (9 events) 
To Apply: www.fwa.org
Application Deadline: May

Forte College

Fast Track to Finance

 

Who? Sophmores and Juniors
What? Whether you're a liberal arts, communications, engineering or science major, you'll need business skills—from simply running a meeting to managing a budget—regardless of the career path you choose. In this free one-day interactive conference for college women, you'll explore a multitude of business careers, build leadership skills, and expand your network.
Where? Austin, TX & Chicago, IL
When? March/Early April
To Apply: Apply via Handshake
Application Deadline: Early March

Forte College to Business Leadership One Day Conference

Who? All students who are interested in the Healthcare industry
What? The event is an opportunity for students from local universities to visit our flagship site and learn more about our company, the impact we have on the community around us and the career paths within the pharmaceutical industry.  The afternoon will include a luncheon, panel discussions with business leaders, presentations, and networking opportunities. 
Where? Philadelphia, PA
When? April, 1 day program
To Apply: Apply via Handshake
Application Deadline: Early April

GSK

 GSK Revealed
Who? All students who are interested in the Healthcare industry
What? The event is an opportunity for students from local universities to visit our flagship site and learn more about our company, the impact we have on the community around us and the career paths within the pharmaceutical industry.  The afternoon will include a luncheon, panel discussions with business leaders, presentations, and networking opportunities. 
Where? Philadelphia, PA
When? April, 1 day program
To Apply: Students must apply via email by sending their RSVP to: Maura.x.daddario@gsk.com 
Application Deadline: Early April

Girls Who Invest

Online Learners Programs
Who? Freshmen and Sophomores
What?

GWI CFA Online Learners Program for 2018 college freshmen only.

GWI offers college freshman the opportunity to participate in a self-study certificate program in partnership with the CFA Institute, the global association of investment professionals that sets the standard for professional excellence. Learn more about the CFA Investment Foundations Program. Completing the CFA Investment Foundations Program will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the asset management industry, offer you a noteworthy addition to your resume and strengthen your application next year should you choose to apply as a sophomore to the GWI Summer Intensive Program.

 

GWI Coursera Online Learners Program for 2018 college sophomores only.

GWI offers college sophomores the opportunity to participate in a private, curated online learning experience in partnership with Coursera, one of the world’s largest online platforms for higher education.

 

GWI provides selected online learners access to Wharton’s Business and Financial Modeling specialization which is a sequence of multiple courses along with 17 other carefully selected courses from top universities.  Students who successfully complete the Business and Financial modeling program will receive a resume-worthy Certificate from Wharton and Coursera. The GWI online learning platform with Coursera will help broaden your skills and demonstrate to future employers your personal commitment to positioning yourself for success.

Where? Online
When? Summer
To Apply:

http://www.girlswhoinvest.org/students

Application Deadline: Early December
Summer Intensive Program
Who? Sophomores
What?

Over a four-week intensive period, respected business school professors teach our scholars core finance and investment concepts. Our scholars also have the opportunity to build meaningful relationships with some of the most influential leaders in the industry.

 

The Summer Intensive Program includes training in ethics from the CFA Institute, Bloomberg Terminal, presentation skills, and interview preparation. The curriculum also includes site visits with select asset management firms.

 

Scholars who successfully complete the four-week educational program continue on to six-week paid summer internships secured by GWI with leading asset management firms. Scholars add the GWI credential to their resumes and have ongoing access to the robust GWI community.

Where? Philadelphia, PA and Notre Dame, IN
When? Summer, 10 week program
To Apply:

http://www.girlswhoinvest.org/students

Application Deadline: Early December

Goldman Sachs

Pride Summit
Who? Sophomores and Juniors
What? A one-day introduction for sophomores and juniors. Participants learn how to navigate the summer analyst recruiting process, meet members of the firm’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Network and meet with recruiters from various divisions.
Where?  
When? November, 1 day program 
To Apply: http://www.goldmansachs.com/careers/students-and-graduates/our-programs/index.html
Application Deadline: October
Diverse Abilities Career Day

Who? Sophomores and Juniors 
What? Launched in 2008, this one-day career event targets college sophomores and juniors with disabilities who are seeking summer internships in the financial services industry. Students pair up with a Goldman Sachs professional and participate in firm overviews, trading floor tours, skill-building workshops and lunch with Disability Champions.
Where? New York
When? October, 1 day program
To Apply: http://www.goldmansachs.com/careers/why-goldman-sachs/diversity/diversity-us.html
Application Deadline: September
Women’s Leadership Camp

Who? Freshman and sophomore women interested in financial services industry
What? A one-day event where freshmen and sophomore women learn about Goldman Sachs and the financial services industry. Students will meet professionals from all areas of the business, learn professional development skills and take part in networking sessions.
Where? New York Headquarters
When? April, 1 day program 
To Apply: http://www.goldmansachs.com/careers/students-and-graduates/our-programs/index.html
Application Deadline: March
Women in Trading Insight Day
Who? Sophomores and Juniors
What?

Start paving your way to a career in trading with the Goldman Sachs Women in Trading Insight Day. If you are analytically-minded and interested in learning more about trading, we encourage you to apply to our one-day program, available to sophomore and junior women. Through a combination of senior speakers, experiential learning, networking and shadowing you will have the opportunity to learn from our professionals about a career in trading and in the financial markets. If selected to attend, you will also have the opportunity to participate in final round interviews for the Securities Division Sales &Trading Summer Program.

Where? New York
When? September, 1 day program 
To Apply: https://recruiting360.avature.net/candidates/Login?jobDetailId=7193
Application Deadline: Early September
Undergraduate Camp

Who? Black, Hispanic, Native American freshman students from all majors.
What? This event is open to Black, Hispanic, and Native American students from all majors and disciplines and is best suited for rising sophomores. The two-day program offers an introduction to the firm’s business, history and culture and features presentations, workshops and networking opportunities.
Where? New York Headquarters
When? June, 2 day program 
To Apply: http://www.goldmansachs.com/careers/students-and-graduates/our-programs/index.html
Application Deadline: April

Google

Building Opportunities for Leadership Development (BOLD) Immersion Program

 

Who? Sophomores with demonstrated academic excellence
What?

The BOLD Immersion program provides:

  • A rare glimpse into the business side of the technology industry
  • A chance to grow your peer network
  • An environment for testing your skills and collaborating on real business challenges
  • Exposure and insight into Google’s Internship program and non-technical career opportunities
Where? Mountain View, CA
When? August
To Apply: http://www.google.com/edu/programs/bold-immersion/
Application Deadline: March

Grant Thornton

Grow with Grant
Who? Students who are 2 years from graduation.
What? Grow with Grant Thornton is designed to build leadership skills and help you think about your own abilities and goals as you prepare for a successful transition from college to career. You will also get a flavor for our different lines of business and begin to understand what the Grant Thornton Experience may hold for you. 
Where? Varies by region.
When? May, 1-3 day program 
To Apply: https://www.grantthornton.com/careers/for-students.aspx
Application Deadline Spring semester

Hamilton Lane

Undergraduate Women's Private Equity

Who? Sophomores and Juniors
What? The Hamilton Lane Undergraduate Women’s Private Equity Summit provides a unique exploratory experience for a select group of sophomore and junior undergraduate women. This exclusive day-long event is designed to provide a broad exposure to private markets, helping participants imagine themselves as private equity professionals. 
Where? Bala Cynwyd, PA
When? Beginning of April
To Apply: Apply via Handshake
Application Deadline:
Early March

JP Morgan

Winning Women Spring Experience: Corporate & Investment Banking

 

Who? Freshman & sophomore women from any major.  Minimum 3.5 GPA.  Interested in learning more about Corporate & Investment Banking Business
What? The Winning Women Spring Experience will give you the opportunity to meet with women who were recently in your shoes. This event, which takes places at our global headquarters in New York City, offers sessions and workshops about the industry so you can get a real sense of how financial services works. And, we'll help prepare you for the recruitment process ahead. With a full day of events and plenty of J.P. Morgan people to meet, you won't just get a taste for working at J.P. Morgan – you'll be inspired to become one of our future leaders. The Spring Experience provides you with an opportunity to earn a spot in the Fall Experience, positioning you for a successful career at J.P. Morgan. The Fall Experience could lead to a summer internship, from which we hire a majority of their full-time Analysts.
Where? Newark, Delaware
When? February
To Apply: http://careers.jpmorgan.com/careers/home
Application Deadline:
Early February
Launching Leaders Experience

Who? Open to Black, Hispanic, & Native American freshman & sophomores of any major.  Minimum GPA of 3.5, Interested in Corporate & Investment Bank
What? Held every spring, the Launching Leaders Experience is your chance to spend a full day at our global headquarters in New York City and learn about our top-ranked Summer Analyst internship programs in our Corporate & Investment Bank. Throughout the day, you will have opportunities to talk candidly with our top people, get their advice, and discover if working at a leading financial services firm, and at J.P. Morgan in particular, is right for you. The Experience offers hands-on, interactive training sessions and on-the-desk job-shadows, so you can get a real sense of what we do day-to-day. And, we'll help prepare and guide you for the recruitment process ahead.
Where? Headquarters in New York City
Application Deadline: September
To Apply: http://careers.jpmorgan.com/careers/home
Corporate & Investment Bank BA Early Advantage Program

Who? Open to Black, Hispanic, Native American, Military and Veteran, LGBT or female freshman and sophomore students.
What? Visit an office and learn about the opportunities offered at J.P. Morgan. Make a great first impression. Build your skills. Get recruitment tips. Network. Position yourself for the pre-internship programs and get on track to position yourself for a spot in J.P. Morgan’s summer intern class.
Where? Headquarters in New York City
When? Please check back each spring  for additional opportunities
To Apply: http://careers.jpmorgan.com/careers/home
Leadership Development Program
 
Who? Sophomores and Juniors
What? JP Morgan's Chase Leadership Development Program  is a 10 week program where you will have the opportunity to  specialize in Analytics, Marketing and Product Development, or Risk Management. You will build skills translating data into business opportunities, help acquire new customers, or enhance our risk and controls framework.  We will complement your work experience with training designed to improve your leadership, management, technical, and professional skills. Additionally, you’ll benefit from one-on-one coaching, and have access to networking events and our speaker series.
Where? Wilmington, Delaware; Columbus, OH; Dallas, TX
When? Varies by location
To Apply: http://careers.jpmorgan.com/careers/home