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Event Calendar

Tue, Feb 25, 2020

Alumni-in-Residence

Alumni-in-Residence: Lessons Learned About Starting a Business, Breakfast with Kim Karetsky ’99

Interested in starting a business one day or the lessons an entrepreneur learns when starting a new venture? Then have breakfast with Kim Karetsky ’99 as part of the Loeb Center’s Alumni in Residence Program. Kim Karetsky ’99 is the Founder and CEO of KHK Leadership and Learning, a consulting business which designs and implements customized professional development and leadership services to organizations and individuals. Before becoming a founder-owner, Kim spent 15 years honing her skills and abilities in leadership and professional development at Goldman, Sachs & Co and J.P. Morgan Chase. She took her knowledge and experience to create a company that is now transforming businesses and their people into leaders. This breakfast is a great opportunity for all students to learn what it takes to start a company and how women entrepreneurs succeed.

Wed, Feb 26, 2020

Wall Street Journal Wednesdays

Please join Stephanie Hockman, Loeb Center program director for careers in business and finance for a weekly, informal discussion on any of your favorite Wall Street Journal articles. This informal lunch group will meet every Wednesday from noon - 1 p.m. in Terrace Room B on the lower level of Valentine Hall. Grab some lunch and join the discussion!

Thu, Feb 27, 2020

Introduction to the Finance Industry Workshop Series (9 Weeks)

What is the Introduction to Finance Industry Workshop Series?
This is a 9-week program open to first-year students and sophomores interested in learning more about the finance industry and exploring potential careers in finance. The workshop series is led by Stephanie Hockman, Director of the Business and Finance Program through the Loeb Center. The series is designed to help students understand the finance industry and its components, distinguish the nuances of career opportunities, and understand the lingo used in the finance industry. Some workshops will include alumni who will provide their practical insights, experience and understanding to the discussion.
What topics are discussed in the workshop series?
The 9-week course will include topics such as:
1. Overview of the Finance Industry
2. Investment Banking, Part 1 – Corporate Investment Bankers
3. Investment Banking, Part 2 – Global Markets (e.g. Sales & Trading, Research, and Investor Services)
4. Investment Banking, Part 3 - CIB Operations & Supporting functions
5. Investment Management & Asset Management
6. Industry Trends & Alternative Investments: Fintech, Hedge Funds, Insurance, & Real Estate
7. Private Equity
8. Private Wealth Management/Asset Management
9. Review of the industry and next steps to preparing for finance industry interviews
How do I register for the Introduction to Finance Workshop Series?
The weekly, one-hour workshops will be held every Thursday from 8pm – 9pm beginning February 6, 2020, through April 9, 2020 (excluding spring break - March 19). YOU MUST COMMIT TO ATTENDING ALL 9 WEEKS.
Space is limited and advance sign up is required. If you are interested in learning more about the finance industry and willing to attend all 9 sessions, please register on Handshake for the first session (Feb. 6) That enrolls you for the entire series.
All questions may be directed to Stephanie Hockman (shockman@amherst.edu).

Students Only
Registration Required

Wed, Mar 4, 2020

Wall Street Journal Wednesdays

Please join Stephanie Hockman, Loeb Center program director for careers in business and finance for a weekly, informal discussion on any of your favorite Wall Street Journal articles. This informal lunch group will meet every Wednesday from noon - 1 p.m. in Terrace Room B on the lower level of Valentine Hall. Grab some lunch and join the discussion!

Professional Norms in the Workplace

How are we ‘supposed’ to conduct ourselves at work? What’s it like to have a professional relationship with a supervisor? How can we communicate respectfully while still expressing ourselves? How might we get to know a company’s culture? How might we ask for advice at work?
During this one-hour workshop, learn about expectations, best practices and strategies for understanding expected professional behaviors and etiquette in the workplace. Every organization has its own culture, leadership, mission and identity: we’ll cover the constants, the variables and the possibilities in different environments.
*This program is part of the Charles Hamilton Houston Internship Program Professional Development Series.*

Thu, Mar 5, 2020

Introduction to the Finance Industry Workshop Series (9 Weeks)

What is the Introduction to Finance Industry Workshop Series?
This is a 9-week program open to first-year students and sophomores interested in learning more about the finance industry and exploring potential careers in finance. The workshop series is led by Stephanie Hockman, Director of the Business and Finance Program through the Loeb Center. The series is designed to help students understand the finance industry and its components, distinguish the nuances of career opportunities, and understand the lingo used in the finance industry. Some workshops will include alumni who will provide their practical insights, experience and understanding to the discussion.
What topics are discussed in the workshop series?
The 9-week course will include topics such as:
1. Overview of the Finance Industry
2. Investment Banking, Part 1 – Corporate Investment Bankers
3. Investment Banking, Part 2 – Global Markets (e.g. Sales & Trading, Research, and Investor Services)
4. Investment Banking, Part 3 - CIB Operations & Supporting functions
5. Investment Management & Asset Management
6. Industry Trends & Alternative Investments: Fintech, Hedge Funds, Insurance, & Real Estate
7. Private Equity
8. Private Wealth Management/Asset Management
9. Review of the industry and next steps to preparing for finance industry interviews
How do I register for the Introduction to Finance Workshop Series?
The weekly, one-hour workshops will be held every Thursday from 8pm – 9pm beginning February 6, 2020, through April 9, 2020 (excluding spring break - March 19). YOU MUST COMMIT TO ATTENDING ALL 9 WEEKS.
Space is limited and advance sign up is required. If you are interested in learning more about the finance industry and willing to attend all 9 sessions, please register on Handshake for the first session (Feb. 6) That enrolls you for the entire series.
All questions may be directed to Stephanie Hockman (shockman@amherst.edu).

Students Only
Registration Required

Wed, Mar 11, 2020

Wall Street Journal Wednesdays

Please join Stephanie Hockman, Loeb Center program director for careers in business and finance for a weekly, informal discussion on any of your favorite Wall Street Journal articles. This informal lunch group will meet every Wednesday from noon - 1 p.m. in Terrace Room B on the lower level of Valentine Hall. Grab some lunch and join the discussion!

Thu, Mar 12, 2020

Introduction to the Finance Industry Workshop Series (9 Weeks)

What is the Introduction to Finance Industry Workshop Series?
This is a 9-week program open to first-year students and sophomores interested in learning more about the finance industry and exploring potential careers in finance. The workshop series is led by Stephanie Hockman, Director of the Business and Finance Program through the Loeb Center. The series is designed to help students understand the finance industry and its components, distinguish the nuances of career opportunities, and understand the lingo used in the finance industry. Some workshops will include alumni who will provide their practical insights, experience and understanding to the discussion.
What topics are discussed in the workshop series?
The 9-week course will include topics such as:
1. Overview of the Finance Industry
2. Investment Banking, Part 1 – Corporate Investment Bankers
3. Investment Banking, Part 2 – Global Markets (e.g. Sales & Trading, Research, and Investor Services)
4. Investment Banking, Part 3 - CIB Operations & Supporting functions
5. Investment Management & Asset Management
6. Industry Trends & Alternative Investments: Fintech, Hedge Funds, Insurance, & Real Estate
7. Private Equity
8. Private Wealth Management/Asset Management
9. Review of the industry and next steps to preparing for finance industry interviews
How do I register for the Introduction to Finance Workshop Series?
The weekly, one-hour workshops will be held every Thursday from 8pm – 9pm beginning February 6, 2020, through April 9, 2020 (excluding spring break - March 19). YOU MUST COMMIT TO ATTENDING ALL 9 WEEKS.
Space is limited and advance sign up is required. If you are interested in learning more about the finance industry and willing to attend all 9 sessions, please register on Handshake for the first session (Feb. 6) That enrolls you for the entire series.
All questions may be directed to Stephanie Hockman (shockman@amherst.edu).

Students Only
Registration Required

Mon, Mar 23, 2020

Money Matters: Budgeting 101 for Summer Internships

Learn the basics of budgeting to make the most of your resources this summer for a successful internship experience. We will review different budgeting tools, making a personal inventory, review strategies in which to be personally financially responsible and make individual plans for personal financial well being. *This workshop fulfills the workshop requirement for the Charles Hamilton Internship Program.*

Tue, Mar 24, 2020

Introduction to Consulting Workshop: 4-Week Series

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Science Center, Lipton Lecture Hall E110

Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series:
This four-week workshop series is open to first-years, sophomores, and juniors interested in learning more about consulting. The workshop series is led by Stephanie Hockman, Director of the Business and Finance Program through the Loeb Center and Henry Atkeson ’20, the CIBF Consulting Intern. The workshop series is designed to help students understand the purpose of a consulting firm to their clients, the responsibilities and roles of consultants, and explore the types of career opportunities available. Some workshops will include alumni speakers who will provide their practical insights, experience, and understanding to the discussion.
Topics
The four-week course will include the following topics:
1) Overview of Consulting: Defining consulting and its role in the economy, an overview of different types
of consulting firms, entry-level roles, and what a career looks like for a consultant.
2) Overview of management/strategic consulting: discuss the types of problems they solve, go over a client example, and discuss roles played in a management consulting firm.
3) Overview of economic consulting: discuss they types of problems solved, types of clients, sample client
issue, and roles played by people at the firm.
4) Preparation for Consulting Recruiting: In the final workshop, students will learn more about the recruiting process for consulting, how to maximize networking and how best to prepare for the case interview. The workshop will also review techniques on how to get comfortable with mental math, how to be comfortable with ambiguity, and introduce upcoming preparation workshops by the Loeb Center and outside vendors.
How do I register for the Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series?
The weekly, one-hour workshops will be held from 8 to 9 p.m. on Tuesdays from March 24 to April 14 (March 24 & 31, April 7 & 14).
Space is limited and advance sign up is required. If you are interested in learning more about consulting and willing to attend all four sessions, please RSVP on Handshake by March 13, 2020. You will receive a confirmation email. All questions may be directed to Stephanie Hockman (shockman@amherst.edu).

Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series (Four-Week Series)

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Science Center, Lipton Lecture Hall E110

Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series
This four-week workshop series is open to first-years, sophomores and juniors interested in learning more about consulting. The workshop series is led by Stephanie Hockman, Director of the Business and Finance Program through the Loeb Center and Henry Atkeson ’20, the CIBF Consulting Intern. The workshop series is designed to help students understand the purpose of a consulting firm to their clients, the responsibilities and roles of consultants and explore the types of career opportunities available. Some workshops will include alumni speakers who will provide their practical insights, experience and understanding to the discussion.
Topics:
The four-week course will include the following topics:
1. Overview of consulting: Defining consulting and its role in the economy, an overview of different
types of consulting firms, entry-level roles, and what a career looks like for a consultant.
2. Overview of management/strategic consulting: Discuss the types of problems they solve, go over a client example, and discuss roles played in a management consulting firm.
3. Overview of economic consulting: Discuss the types of problems solved, types of clients, sample client issue, and roles played by people at the firm.
4. Preparation for consulting recruiting: In the final workshop, students will learn more about the
recruiting process for consulting, how to maximize networking and how best to prepare for the case
interview. The workshop will also review techniques on how to get comfortable with mental math,
how to be comfortable with ambiguity, and introduce upcoming preparation workshops by the Loeb
Center and outside vendors.
How do I register for the Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series?
The weekly, one-hour workshops will be held from 8pm – 9pm on Tuesdays from March 24 to April 14 (March 24 & 31, April 7 & 14).
Space is limited and advance sign up is required. If you are interested in learning more about consulting and willing to attend all four sessions, please RSVP on Handshake by March 13, 2020. You will receive a confirmation email. All questions may be directed to Stephanie Hockman (shockman@amherst.edu)

Students Only
Registration Required

Wed, Mar 25, 2020

Wall Street Journal Wednesdays

Please join Stephanie Hockman, Loeb Center program director for careers in business and finance for a weekly, informal discussion on any of your favorite Wall Street Journal articles. This informal lunch group will meet every Wednesday from noon - 1 p.m. in Terrace Room B on the lower level of Valentine Hall. Grab some lunch and join the discussion!

Thu, Mar 26, 2020

Introduction to the Finance Industry Workshop Series (9 Weeks)

What is the Introduction to Finance Industry Workshop Series?
This is a 9-week program open to first-year students and sophomores interested in learning more about the finance industry and exploring potential careers in finance. The workshop series is led by Stephanie Hockman, Director of the Business and Finance Program through the Loeb Center. The series is designed to help students understand the finance industry and its components, distinguish the nuances of career opportunities, and understand the lingo used in the finance industry. Some workshops will include alumni who will provide their practical insights, experience and understanding to the discussion.
What topics are discussed in the workshop series?
The 9-week course will include topics such as:
1. Overview of the Finance Industry
2. Investment Banking, Part 1 – Corporate Investment Bankers
3. Investment Banking, Part 2 – Global Markets (e.g. Sales & Trading, Research, and Investor Services)
4. Investment Banking, Part 3 - CIB Operations & Supporting functions
5. Investment Management & Asset Management
6. Industry Trends & Alternative Investments: Fintech, Hedge Funds, Insurance, & Real Estate
7. Private Equity
8. Private Wealth Management/Asset Management
9. Review of the industry and next steps to preparing for finance industry interviews
How do I register for the Introduction to Finance Workshop Series?
The weekly, one-hour workshops will be held every Thursday from 8pm – 9pm beginning February 6, 2020, through April 9, 2020 (excluding spring break - March 19). YOU MUST COMMIT TO ATTENDING ALL 9 WEEKS.
Space is limited and advance sign up is required. If you are interested in learning more about the finance industry and willing to attend all 9 sessions, please register on Handshake for the first session (Feb. 6) That enrolls you for the entire series.
All questions may be directed to Stephanie Hockman (shockman@amherst.edu).

Students Only
Registration Required

Mon, Mar 30, 2020

Carney, Sandoe & Associates Information Session and Resume Review

Want to use your degree to make a difference for the next generation? Love teaching and want to explore roles in schools immediately after graduation?
Join Carney, Sandoe & Associates for an info session about working in K-12 private, independent schools across the country. CS&A is an educational recruitment firm that can help you can get started as a teacher or coach in the rewarding word of independent schools—no education degree or teaching certification required.
A CS&A representative will explain the process and benefits of our free educational placement service, discuss what it’s like working at independent schools, and share resume and job search advice.
Whether you become a master teacher or pursue a different career down the road, independent schools are a great place to work, coach and even live. If you’re looking for your first teaching job, an opportunity to work with kids or a way to translate your love of your area of study into a rewarding job, attend this information session to learn more!

Tue, Mar 31, 2020

Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series (Four-Week Series)

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Science Center, Lipton Lecture Hall E110

Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series
This four-week workshop series is open to first-years, sophomores and juniors interested in learning more about consulting. The workshop series is led by Stephanie Hockman, Director of the Business and Finance Program through the Loeb Center and Henry Atkeson ’20, the CIBF Consulting Intern. The workshop series is designed to help students understand the purpose of a consulting firm to their clients, the responsibilities and roles of consultants and explore the types of career opportunities available. Some workshops will include alumni speakers who will provide their practical insights, experience and understanding to the discussion.
Topics:
The four-week course will include the following topics:
1. Overview of consulting: Defining consulting and its role in the economy, an overview of different
types of consulting firms, entry-level roles, and what a career looks like for a consultant.
2. Overview of management/strategic consulting: Discuss the types of problems they solve, go over a client example, and discuss roles played in a management consulting firm.
3. Overview of economic consulting: Discuss the types of problems solved, types of clients, sample client issue, and roles played by people at the firm.
4. Preparation for consulting recruiting: In the final workshop, students will learn more about the
recruiting process for consulting, how to maximize networking and how best to prepare for the case
interview. The workshop will also review techniques on how to get comfortable with mental math,
how to be comfortable with ambiguity, and introduce upcoming preparation workshops by the Loeb
Center and outside vendors.
How do I register for the Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series?
The weekly, one-hour workshops will be held from 8pm – 9pm on Tuesdays from March 24 to April 14 (March 24 & 31, April 7 & 14).
Space is limited and advance sign up is required. If you are interested in learning more about consulting and willing to attend all four sessions, please RSVP on Handshake by March 13, 2020. You will receive a confirmation email. All questions may be directed to Stephanie Hockman (shockman@amherst.edu)

Students Only
Registration Required

Wed, Apr 1, 2020

Wall Street Journal Wednesdays

Please join Stephanie Hockman, Loeb Center program director for careers in business and finance for a weekly, informal discussion on any of your favorite Wall Street Journal articles. This informal lunch group will meet every Wednesday from noon - 1 p.m. in Terrace Room B on the lower level of Valentine Hall. Grab some lunch and join the discussion!

Money Matters: Budgeting 101 for Summer Internships

Learn the basics of budgeting to make the most of your resources this summer for a successful internship experience. We will review different budgeting tools, making a personal inventory, review strategies in which to be personally financially responsible and make individual plans for personal financial well being. *This workshop fulfills the workshop requirement for the Charles Hamilton Internship Program.*

Thu, Apr 2, 2020

Introduction to the Finance Industry Workshop Series (9 Weeks)

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Science Center, Lipton Lecture Hall E110

What is the Introduction to Finance Industry Workshop Series?
This is a 9-week program open to first-year students and sophomores interested in learning more about the finance industry and exploring potential careers in finance. The workshop series is led by Stephanie Hockman, Director of the Business and Finance program through the Loeb Center. The series is designed to help students understand the finance industry and its components, distinguish the nuances of career opportunities, and understand the lingo used in the finance industry. Some workshops will include alumni who will provide their practical insights, experience and understanding to the discussion.
What topics are discussed in the Workshop Series?
The 9-week course will include topics such as:
1. Overview of the Finance Industry
2. Investment Banking, Part 1 – Corporate Investment Bankers
3. Investment Banking, Part 2 – Global Markets (e.g. Sales & Trading, Research, and Investor Services)
4. Investment Banking, Part 3 - CIB Operations & Supporting functions
5. Investment Management & Asset Management
6. Industry Trends & Alternative Investments: Fintech, Hedge Funds, Insurance, & Real Estate
7. Private Equity
8. Private Wealth Management/Asset Management
9. Review of the industry and next steps to preparing for finance industry interviews
How do I register for the Introduction to Finance Workshop Series?
The weekly, one-hour workshops will be held every Thursday from 8pm – 9pm beginning February 6, 2020 through April 9, 2020 (excluding spring break - March 19). YOU MUST COMMIT TO ATTENDING ALL 9 WEEKS.
Space is limited and advance sign up is required. If you are interested in learning more about the finance industry and willing to attend all 9 sessions, please register on Handshake for the first session (Feb. 6) That enrolls you for the entire series.
All questions may be directed to Stephanie Hockman (shockman@amherst.edu).

Students Only
Registration Required

Sat, Apr 4, 2020

Jeremy Denk

M@A Chamber Series Masterclass with Jeremy Denk, Piano

Pianist Jeremy Denk works with Amherst students in a public masterclass. Free and open to the public.

Tue, Apr 7, 2020

Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series (Four-Week Series)

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Science Center, Lipton Lecture Hall E110

Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series
This four-week workshop series is open to first-years, sophomores and juniors interested in learning more about consulting. The workshop series is led by Stephanie Hockman, Director of the Business and Finance Program through the Loeb Center and Henry Atkeson ’20, the CIBF Consulting Intern. The workshop series is designed to help students understand the purpose of a consulting firm to their clients, the responsibilities and roles of consultants and explore the types of career opportunities available. Some workshops will include alumni speakers who will provide their practical insights, experience and understanding to the discussion.
Topics:
The four-week course will include the following topics:
1. Overview of consulting: Defining consulting and its role in the economy, an overview of different
types of consulting firms, entry-level roles, and what a career looks like for a consultant.
2. Overview of management/strategic consulting: Discuss the types of problems they solve, go over a client example, and discuss roles played in a management consulting firm.
3. Overview of economic consulting: Discuss the types of problems solved, types of clients, sample client issue, and roles played by people at the firm.
4. Preparation for consulting recruiting: In the final workshop, students will learn more about the
recruiting process for consulting, how to maximize networking and how best to prepare for the case
interview. The workshop will also review techniques on how to get comfortable with mental math,
how to be comfortable with ambiguity, and introduce upcoming preparation workshops by the Loeb
Center and outside vendors.
How do I register for the Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series?
The weekly, one-hour workshops will be held from 8pm – 9pm on Tuesdays from March 24 to April 14 (March 24 & 31, April 7 & 14).
Space is limited and advance sign up is required. If you are interested in learning more about consulting and willing to attend all four sessions, please RSVP on Handshake by March 13, 2020. You will receive a confirmation email. All questions may be directed to Stephanie Hockman (shockman@amherst.edu)

Students Only
Registration Required

Wed, Apr 8, 2020

Wall Street Journal Wednesdays

Please join Stephanie Hockman, Loeb Center Program Director for Careers in Business and Finance for a weekly, informal discussion on any of your favorite Wall Street Journal articles. This informal lunch group will meet every Wednesday from noon - 1 p.m. Grab some lunch and join the discussion!

Thu, Apr 9, 2020

Introduction to the Finance Industry Workshop Series (9 Weeks)

What is the Introduction to Finance Industry Workshop Series?
This is a 9-week program open to first-year students and sophomores interested in learning more about the finance industry and exploring potential careers in finance. The workshop series is led by Stephanie Hockman, Director of the Business and Finance Program through the Loeb Center. The series is designed to help students understand the finance industry and its components, distinguish the nuances of career opportunities, and understand the lingo used in the finance industry. Some workshops will include alumni who will provide their practical insights, experience and understanding to the discussion.
What topics are discussed in the workshop series?
The 9-week course will include topics such as:
1. Overview of the Finance Industry
2. Investment Banking, Part 1 – Corporate Investment Bankers
3. Investment Banking, Part 2 – Global Markets (e.g. Sales & Trading, Research, and Investor Services)
4. Investment Banking, Part 3 - CIB Operations & Supporting functions
5. Investment Management & Asset Management
6. Industry Trends & Alternative Investments: Fintech, Hedge Funds, Insurance, & Real Estate
7. Private Equity
8. Private Wealth Management/Asset Management
9. Review of the industry and next steps to preparing for finance industry interviews
How do I register for the Introduction to Finance Workshop Series?
The weekly, one-hour workshops will be held every Thursday from 8pm – 9pm beginning February 6, 2020, through April 9, 2020 (excluding spring break - March 19). YOU MUST COMMIT TO ATTENDING ALL 9 WEEKS.
Space is limited and advance sign up is required. If you are interested in learning more about the finance industry and willing to attend all 9 sessions, please register on Handshake for the first session (Feb. 6) That enrolls you for the entire series.
All questions may be directed to Stephanie Hockman (shockman@amherst.edu).

Students Only
Registration Required

Tue, Apr 14, 2020

Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series (Four-Week Series)

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Science Center, Lipton Lecture Hall E110

Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series
This four-week workshop series is open to first-years, sophomores and juniors interested in learning more about consulting. The workshop series is led by Stephanie Hockman, Director of the Business and Finance Program through the Loeb Center and Henry Atkeson ’20, the CIBF Consulting Intern. The workshop series is designed to help students understand the purpose of a consulting firm to their clients, the responsibilities and roles of consultants and explore the types of career opportunities available. Some workshops will include alumni speakers who will provide their practical insights, experience and understanding to the discussion.
Topics:
The four-week course will include the following topics:
1. Overview of consulting: Defining consulting and its role in the economy, an overview of different
types of consulting firms, entry-level roles, and what a career looks like for a consultant.
2. Overview of management/strategic consulting: Discuss the types of problems they solve, go over a client example, and discuss roles played in a management consulting firm.
3. Overview of economic consulting: Discuss the types of problems solved, types of clients, sample client issue, and roles played by people at the firm.
4. Preparation for consulting recruiting: In the final workshop, students will learn more about the
recruiting process for consulting, how to maximize networking and how best to prepare for the case
interview. The workshop will also review techniques on how to get comfortable with mental math,
how to be comfortable with ambiguity, and introduce upcoming preparation workshops by the Loeb
Center and outside vendors.
How do I register for the Introduction to Consulting Workshop Series?
The weekly, one-hour workshops will be held from 8pm – 9pm on Tuesdays from March 24 to April 14 (March 24 & 31, April 7 & 14).
Space is limited and advance sign up is required. If you are interested in learning more about consulting and willing to attend all four sessions, please RSVP on Handshake by March 13, 2020. You will receive a confirmation email. All questions may be directed to Stephanie Hockman (shockman@amherst.edu)

Students Only
Registration Required

Wed, Apr 15, 2020

Wall Street Journal Wednesdays

Please join Stephanie Hockman, Loeb Center Program Director for Careers in Business and Finance for a weekly, informal discussion on any of your favorite Wall Street Journal articles. This informal lunch group will meet every Wednesday from noon - 1 p.m. in the Conference Room of Valentine Hall. Grab some lunch and join the discussion!

Conquering the Finance Interview

Interviewing for finance positions is unlike other interviews. Attend this workshop led by Stephanie Hockman, Program Director for Careers in Business and Finance, Morgan Yurosek ’20, and other seniors to gain an understanding of the finance interview process. As the recruiting process for internships and full-time positions for summer 2021 will happen this summer, there is no better time to start your preparation process. The 3-hour session will provide tips and techniques for handling video, phone, and in-person interviews, how to craft answers to fit/behavior questions and well as how to master the technical finance interview. Learn proven techniques on how to answer questions like “Tell me about yourself,” “Why finance/investment banking/sales & trading?,” and “Why XYZ firm?” The key to any successful interview is preparation and practice. Don’t miss out on this informative workshop and gather tactics for your necessary summer preparation process.