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The Valuable Interns You’re Missing Out On
by / on 21/06/2018 at 11:00 / in The Review

The Valuable Interns You’re Missing Out On

When you think about interns, there’s probably a certain stereotype that pops into your mind: A spry college student or recent grad holding the boss’ mocha Frappuccino in one hand and crippling uncertainty about the future in the other. But there’s a different internship applicant who’s almost always left out of the equation—high school students. The idea of high school interns may […]

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5 Things to Do Before You Leave for B-School
by / on 14/06/2018 at 17:00 / in The Review

5 Things to Do Before You Leave for B-School

This week, I went back to school. That’s right, I donned my metaphorical backpack, moved into a dorm, and started business school classes. So far it’s been extremely fun, really educational—and completely overwhelming. I’ve been having a great time meeting people and starting classes, but I don’t feel like I’ve had a free second to spare since I got here. There […]

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What to Do When Entry-Level Positions Need “Two Years of Experience”
by / on 04/04/2018 at 13:00 / in The Review

What to Do When Entry-Level Positions Need “Two Years of Experience”

You’ve been scouring job boards for the perfect role at the right company and finally found a serious contender. This opportunity is in your ideal industry, features all of the compelling responsibilities you’re ready to take on, and it includes a company mission you’re genuinely enthusiastic about. The only problem? The description states that the organization is specifically looking for […]

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These are the students Goldman Sachs really wants to hire
by / on 22/03/2017 at 15:45 / in The Review

These are the students Goldman Sachs really wants to hire

Once upon a time, Goldman was banging the drum for liberal arts majors. Liberal arts graduates are Goldman’s second most populous employee cohort according to its own statistics. Last November, partner Jeff Goldenberg said liberal arts graduates are more interesting and better at communicating with clients than finance-obsessed types. Today, however, Lloyd Blankfein explained who the firm really wants to […]

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Citi’s head of UK investment banking says students need to find out what they really want to do
by / on 26/11/2016 at 19:30 / in The Review

Citi’s head of UK investment banking says students need to find out what they really want to do

If you’re a student trying to break into investment banking now, can you be casual about your journey towards your first job? Now that those making the cut are better qualified than ever, laden with internships and impeccable academics, can you take the time to find yourself? Maybe not. But Michael Lavelle, UK and Ireland head of corporate and investment banking […]

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Meet the students who ALREADY have summer 2017 offers from J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Barclays and others
by / on 12/05/2016 at 14:24 / in The Review

Meet the students who ALREADY have summer 2017 offers from J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Barclays and others

Don’t let it be said that investment banks don’t think ahead. While this year’s summer interns in investment banks will be arriving in the next few weeks, banks have already begun making offers to interns for summer 2017. If successful, those interns will join as full time analyst hires in 2018. – Two years from now. These early offers have […]

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