Financial Modeling Certification (FMC) Program
One Day On-Campus Bootcamp
Are you interested in pursuing a position in investment banking, private equity, equity research, or other competitive fields in finance?
The Loeb Center's Traub Careers in Business and Finance program has partnered with Adventis to provide students with all the resources needed to understand the finance industry, the life of an investment banker, the recruiting process, and the technical skills needed to ace the finance interviews and excel in the finance industry.
In addition to online resources (if you aren’t registered, email Stephanie Hockman), Adventis is hosting 1-day intensive bootcamps on two occasions this semester to teach the proven Financial Modeling Certification (FMC) Program. The bootcamp provides hands-on financial modeling training using Adventis’ unique training style, which consists of having students build financial models and analyses entirely from scratch, while explaining key concepts along the way. This approach enables students to retain more concepts and develop a valuable skill set. This can be used as an initial way to learn financial modeling, to supplement the online resources, or as a means to hone skills to pass the certification exams.
Celebrate the New Year with Amherst's Jewish community. All members of the college community are welcome to our campus-style, pluralistic services led by Jewish Chaplain Rabbi Bruce B. Seltzer and Rabbi Becca Walker. Students are welcome to come late. Join us afterwards for a festive dinner (apples and honey, sweet challah, and more) in Lewis-Sebring.
Celebrate the New Year with Amherst’s Jewish community. Join Amherst Hillel for a festive, kosher dinner including apples and honey, sweet challah, and more. Meet new friends and catch up with old friends over a traditional meal. Come just for dinner or join us for pluralistic services in Chapin Chapel starting at 6pm.
Celebrate the New Year with Amherst's Jewish community. All members of the college community are welcome to our campus-style, pluralistic services led by Jewish Chaplain Rabbi Bruce B. Seltzer and Rabbi Becca Walker. Students are encouraged to come late or leave early as needed. Join us afterwards for tashlich and lunch.
Arcadia Abroad invites you to attend their virtual webinar session to learn more about their England & Wales University Programs for the Spring 2023 semester.
Expect an overview of their programming, followed by time for questions and answers. Advisors will be available to answer specific questions about individual student applications following the webinar, or by sharing an advising call scheduling link for 1:1 meetings. We encourage you to use this as an opportunity to learn more about the Arcadia England & Wales University Programs, and to get excited about study abroad again.
The Hopkins-Nanjing Center (HNC) is a graduate educational collaboration between Nanjing University and the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Students take multidisciplinary coursework in Chinese, live in a bilingual community, and build professional skills for their future careers.
The HNC is committed to cross-cultural learning, open academic research and inquiry, and advanced bilingual education. Meet with an admissions representative to learn about the unique features of each Hopkins-Nanjing Center program, gain useful tips for navigating the application process and applying for scholarships. We’re here to help guide students toward finding the program that best fits their academic and professional goals.
All class years and majors are welcome to drop by this information table to speak with Lauren Szymanski, director of the Hopkins-Nanjing Center Washington Office, and learn more!
The Bard Globalization and International Affairs (BGIA) program is a study abroad opportunity in New York City. Students take advanced courses in International Affairs while simultaneously working a professional internship. Internships are guaranteed, and BGIA partners with 100+ organizations in human rights, law, finance, international organizations, arts, advocacy, think tanks, global health, climate change, media and communications, and more. BGIA alumni/ae have gone on to work at the United Nations, World Bank, U.S. State Department, Buzzfeed News, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch. A semester at BGIA also includes professional development workshops, high-profile guest speakers, and cultural events such as Broadway shows. Jump-start your career in the city at the center of the world - stop by the info table to learn more!
Want to develop near-native proficiency in Spanish? Consider studying on exchange to la Universidad de los Andes in the beautiful city of Bogotá in Colombia! Students can learn more by attending this session and speaking with one of the language assistants at Amherst this year, who is from Colombia.
Meet with the Loeb Center’s Peer Career Advisors to have your resume reviewed. Whether it’s your first time writing a resume, completing your membership requirements for the Houston Program, or you're a seasoned resume writer developing descriptions for your most recent experiences, we’re here to help!
*Please come prepared to the clinic with a completed draft in Google Docs AND a printed copy of your resume that you can share with a PCA.*
Our weekly drop-in clinics run from September 19th to December 5th (no clinics during Fall Break or Thanksgiving Week). Note that PCAs also offer weekly 1-1 appointment slots on Handshake.
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Join us for conversation in Chinese! Ruiyi Zhu '24 will be there to lead discussions and assist. All levels of Chinese are welcome, and you can come and go as it fits your schedule. Chinese Language Tables meet twice weekly and are open to Amherst College students, faculty, and staff who would like to have conversations with other speakers of Chinese, both native and non-native. We hope to see you there!
Join us for an informal circle on climate change and the environment! This is a space to meet like-minded people and discuss topics like eco-anxiety, grief, and climate optimism—while also eating Insomnia Cookies. Stop by for as long as you can!
Join the RSL for an informal circle on climate change and the environment! This is a space to discuss topics like eco-anxiety, grief, and climate optimism with people who share an interest in environmental issues. Insomnia Cookies will be provided, so stop by for as long as you can! For questions and accessibility needs, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for conversation in Japanese! Mayuka Takiguchi '25 will be there to lead discussions and assist. All levels of Japanese are welcome, and you can come and go as it fits your schedule. Japanese Language Tables meet twice weekly and are open to Amherst College students, faculty, and staff who would like to have conversations with other speakers of Japanese, both native and non-native. We hope to see you there!
Learn about foundational criteria needed to create effective, college-level resumes that best represent your unique experiences to land summer internships and future job opportunities.
Get comfortable with the Loeb Center’s resume approval process and criteria necessary for you to apply to opportunities on Handshake.
*This workshop will fulfill the Internship Preparation Workshop requirement for the Charles Hamilton Houston Internship Program*
Hosted by the Loeb Center's Charles Hamilton Houston Internship Program. Learn more about the Program here: https://www.amherst.edu/mm/575805
The Survivor Support Group starts on Tuesday, Sept 20 and will run every Tuesday from 7-9 PM in Chapin 108 (Pemberton Lounge) and Zoom through Dec 6. This is a confidential, drop-in space for students impacted by sexual violence to build support and solidarity and promote healing. Students can attend as one or all sessions, no registration or weekly commitment required. To learn more or receive a weekly email, see tinyurl.com/ac-survivorgroup
Group Description: We are creating a safer space to share our stories as survivors with survivors. You are supported to explore your experiences relating to sexual violence, relationship violence, and/or incest. You'll write or create art in response to prompts that will get your story flowing. We will share our stories together each week with positive feedback. This is not an art or writing class. Our focus is not on skill, rather the act of telling our story. Facilitated by Isabella Gitana of the Survivor Arts Collective.
Sponsored by the Department of Health Education. Questions or accessibility concerns? Contact Lauren Kelly at email@example.com
The flu clinic, staffed by Walgreens trained health professionals, is available for students, staff, and faculty. We strongly recommend that everyone on campus receive the flu shot this year.
Please bring completed Vaccine Administration Record (VAR) - Informed Consent for Vaccination form that is required by Walgreens and insurance information.
Management Consulted - Online Case Interview Preparation courses
What is Management Consulted?
The Loeb Center is excited to announce the continuation of an exciting partnership with Management Consulted (MC)! Management Consulted is the world’s leading resource for consulting and case interview preparation. Through this subscription, you’ll have access to MC’s full library of resources online.
What resources are included?
We have provided you with access to MC’s entire library of digital resources that include:
* 500+ practice cases with solutions
* 8 online video courses (90+ hours of video content)
* 10,000 case drills (e.g. case structure, math, and brainstorming drills)
* Content covers consulting case and fit interviews, mental math, PowerPoint, Excel, networking, resumes, cover letters, and more. It’s an A-to-Z coverage of everything you need to know to prepare and Ace your upcoming interviews.
Do I need do use all the resources offered by Management Consulted?
No! Use the resources that will be most helpful to you. We recommend dedicating most of your preparation time to the resources on case interviews and fit interviews. The practice cases are particularly valuable.
Below are some options for how you could focus your preparation over the summer. Everyone is different, so we recommend focusing on areas that need the most improvement.
• If you did attend the Level 1 workshop on May 1, 2022: Practice 1-2 cases each week out loud, preferably with a partner. Focus on areas of improvement that you identified during the Level 1 workshop. And don’t forget to attend the Level 2 workshop on July 17th!
• If you did not attend the Level 1 workshop in May (or want more preparation): Complete the “Case Interview Bootcamp” online resources over the summer, preferably spread out over multiple months. Once you’ve finished watching the MC videos, practice casing out loud with a partner 1-2 times a week. Then, attend the Level 2 workshop on July 17th.
How do I access the resources?
As of June 1st, you can register HERE. You will have access immediately to all resources once you register.
Once you log in, click on “My Account” in the top left corner of the website. From there, you will be able to see all the resources you have access to.
How long do I have access to the resources?
June 1st – September 30th
How can I find people to practice casing with?
There are students who are eager to practice. We have established a list of those student in the Summer Case Consulting Practice Cohort. If you are not already part of the cohort, you can email Stephanie Hockman (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she will add you to the list. You will coordinate among yourselves for dates/times to get together. The KEY to success is PRACTICE.
The Department of Art and History of Art is pleased to present artist Melanie Yazzie and her gallery show, I Came from this Reservation.
The show runs from September 19th to October 14th in the Eli Marsh Gallery in Fayerweather Hall. The show is open from 10am - 4pm Monday thru Friday and 12pm - 4pm on Sunday (closed Saturday).
We would like to thank the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for their sponsorship of this event.
Bio of Melanie Yazzie:
As a printmaker, painter, and sculptor, Melanie Yazzie’s work draws upon her rich Diné (Navajo) cultural heritage. Her work follows the Diné dictum “walk in beauty” literally, creating beauty and harmony. As an artist, she works to serve as an agent of change by encouraging others to learn about social, cultural, and political phenomena shaping the contemporary lives of Native peoples in the United States and beyond. Her work incorporates both personal experiences as well as the events and symbols from Dine culture. Her work is informed and shaped by personal experiences.
The psychology department is looking for students to join our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee. We are interested in building community in the department through social and academic events (summer research panels; career panels; visiting lectures). If you would like to help your fellow student in planning and organizing these kinds of events, please send an email to Professor Kneeland, Professor Totton, or Professor Schulkind.