New York Times Event Coordinator


The New York Times, a leading global, multimedia news and information company, is seeking a Collegiate Event Coordinator at your college/university. We are looking for highly motivated, passionate individuals with a love for news, current events, and event planning experience to execute 2-3 events this Fall 2017 semester, on behalf of The New York Times.

The NYT “Get with the Times” Event series is designed to bring college students together to discuss vital issues facing the world today. These events will feature a topic-based discussion between a NYT journalist, and a celebrity or other prominent speaker, and college students. They will be broadcasted from a college campus and streamed through Facebook Live, giving students across the U.S. the opportunity to chime in and have their voices heard. 

As a “Get with the Times Watch Party Host, you will be expected to:

  • Research and secure a space on or off campus where you can host the event and project the Live Stream
  • Promote your campus specific event through social media and word of mouth marketing (tabling, class presentations, email blasts, etc.)
  • Report your progress to and communicate with The Campus Agency Account Managers 
  • Meet deadlines and respond to request by the Account Managers in a timely manner
  • Host 2-3 engaging events 
  • Help spread the mission of The New York Times


We encourage you to apply if you are a regular reader of The New York Times, are outgoing, organized, are comfortable with event planning and talking and engaging with your peers. The ideal candidate will have connections to, or be members of on campus groups and organizations. Prior field marketing experience or brand ambassador experiences are a plus.

  • Fall Semester 2017
  • Experience to add to your resume
  • Paid position
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States

Email your resume to to apply

Subject Tutor

Become a Subject Tutor 

VPTL subject tutors are trained Stanford undergraduate/co-term students who use their academic expertise on a subject to coach students so that they can succeed on their own after the session. Tutors can provide help through either drop-in sessions or appointments.

Applications for VPTL Subject Tutors now open for the 2018-2019 academic year until Monday, April 23, 2018.

Apply Now

Appointment Tutoring Subjects Offered

Drop-In Tutoring Subjects Offered

  • Biology

  • Chemistry

  • CME

  • Computer Science

  • Economics

  • Engineering

  • Human Biology

  • Math 

  • Physics

  • Statistics

  • Chemistry

  • Math

  • Physics

Why Should I Become a Subject Tutor?

  • Competitive Pay: Starting pay for undergrad tutors in 2018-19 will be $17.00/hour, and continuing tutors make an additional $1 per year (3 full quarters) of service.
  • Flexible Schedule for Appointment Tutors: Appointment tutors manage and create their own schedule through TutorTrac with approval from the Assistant Director. They are required to post at least five hours per week of availability between the start of week two and the last day of classes each quarter.
  • Flexible Schedule for Drop-in Tutors: Drop-in tutors create their schedules within their subject teams and work two two-hour shifts per week. Drop-in tutoring takes place in the evenings, Sunday through Thursday, and for some subjects on Sunday afternoons. Tutors also provide group support for selected courses by hosting practice exams and review sessions between the start of week two and the last day of classes each quarter.
  • Build New Relationships: In addition to meeting students individually, you will also work closely with instructors in your subject and make short, paid visits to each class you will support.
  • Professional Development: All new Subject Tutors must attend mandatory training and enroll in VPTL 120: Peer Tutor Training for 1-unit during Autumn Quarter. Read the 2018-19 Job Agreement [PDF].
  • Support and Leadership Opportunities: Tutors meet several times a quarter with their subject team to discuss course content and best tutoring practices. Experienced tutors can become Lead Tutors, who organize their subject team and lead team meetings.
  • Subject Development: As you help others learn your subject, you will also grow more proficient in the material.

Application Requirements

  • Must be a currently enrolled Stanford undergraduate or co-term student. See below for hourly limits.
  • Must be legally eligible to work in the United States
  • A minimum 3.0 GPA overall, and a minimum grade of A- in the courses you want to tutor. *In some cases, tutors may be approved to tutor a course if they have taken identical coursework elsewhere and have taken a higher level course at Stanford.
  • A strong commitment to helping peers learn
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills, time management, and have an attention to detail
  • See the Undergraduate employment guides for hourly limits.
  • For further information regarding regulations for international students, contact the Bechtel International Center.

Application Process

1. Application: Complete the online application (which includes submitting a short essay, CV/resume, and official transcripts)

2. Recommendation: Submit a recommendation form to an instructor who is familiar with you and your work. All application materials are due Monday, April 23, 2018.

3. Interviews: Candidates will be contacted to participate in a one-on-one interview with the Assistant Director and a role-play interview with current tutors.

4. Admission: Successful candidates will be informed at the end of May and must complete hiring paperwork. If you are offered a position at the end of this process, you MUST return your hiring paperwork by the deadline on the offer letter.  If you miss the deadline, your offer will be rescinded. New Subject tutors must attend one mandatory training day Saturday, September 29, 2018, 10 AM- 4 PM. New Subject tutors must enroll in VPTL 120, the 1 unit subject tutor training course in Autumn quarter.

World Innovation Lab

I’m Vicky Shum (GSB ‘03), currently at a venture & innovation firm World Innovation Lab founded by my GSB classmate Gen Isayama. We are looking for a summer intern to help drive our efforts in venture investment and in business development among portfolio companies and corporate partners, focusing on retail and consumer packaged goods (esp. food and beauty).

Founded in 2013, we have about $800M asset under management and make multi-stage investments in consumer and enterprise tech companies in Japan/ Asia and US. We are unique in that our 20+ investors are leading global corporations, including Sony, Nissan, 7-Eleven, KDDI, NTT, and more. Which means:
Our portfolio companies have a built-in network of potential corporate customers, strategic partners, and even acquirers.
In addition to our investment activities, we also drive digital transformation and innovation within our corporate partners with advisory services and funding for spin-outs and JVs.

We are a team of cross-culture investors, operators, and entrepreneurs, and we’d love to connect with you and your members about joining our growing team this summer. You can learn more about the position and our firm here: . Looking forward to connecting!


Please join us for an exciting seminar this spring, "ENGR193, Discover Engineering: How to Aim High, Embrace Uncertainty, and Achieve Impact" 

The goal of ENGR193 is to empower engineering undergraduate and MS students with practical leadership skills (e.g. how to network, negotiate, advocate for yourself, assert influence, etc.) in order to effectively navigate their fields and prepare for life beyond Stanford. The course highlights various professional perspectives by inviting prominent Stanford alumni and industry leaders to share their stories, mentor, and explore a wide range of career options. Throughout the quarter, students develop a robust leadership toolkit that will enable them to successfully launch their careers and make meaningful contributions in their fields. This class is taught by Nita Singh Kaushal, Founder of Miss CEO and Stanford School of Engineering Lecturer.

ENGR193: Discover Engineering: How to Aim High, Embrace Uncertainty, and Achieve Impact (ENGR 193)

Location: Green Earth Sciences 131

Date/Time: Spring quarter, Wednesdays from 4:30pm-5:50pm

Please contact if you have any questions, and we hope to see you next quarter!

D.E. Shaw Discovery Fellowship

 D. E. Shaw Discovery Fellowship 2018 (Discovery Week), is our educational opportunity taking place at our New York City headquarters from the morning of May 23 to the early afternoon of May 25. 

In noticing that women are underrepresented in the global alternative investment industry, we specifically designed a program in an effort to bring together talented and intellectually curious women who will have just completed their sophomore year of undergraduate studies. This program gives participants insights into our firm and the industry. Participants will receive a $1,500 stipend, accommodations, and travel to and from New York City.

Applicants should visit the website for more information, and should apply by March 18, 2018. Thanks in advance for your help, and definitely let me know if you have any questions.

Xelay Acumen Externship Program

What: Xelay Acumen Externship Program

When: Saturday, April 7th or 14th, 8:30AM-5:30PM

Where: 181 2nd Ave, San Mateo, CA 94401

Eligibility: Sophomores or above


Due: Saturday, 3/31/18, 11:59PM


Xelay Acumen is a leading healthcare strategy and management consulting firm specializing in medical affairs. Our work includes developing medical communication strategy for pharmaceutical companies to support product launches, and proposing innovative solutions to healthcare providers seeking to improve patient care.


This externship program offers opportunities to interact with professional consultants, learn various consulting problem solving and interviewing skills, and develop your leadership potential!


Learn more about the program and apply for this high-impact professional development program before 3/31/2018:


Are you curious about how the world works and have a passion in finding out more about how businesses thrive? 

Are you keen on investing and would like an experience in the field of finance?

Temasek is actively reaching out to students, who have a passion like you and are keen on full time or internship opportunities in 2019 with our offices globally. 

We are a globally diversified investment company headquartered in Singapore with a portfolio of US$197 billion as at 31 March 2017. We are invested in a broad spectrum of industries in both public and private markets and have 11 offices globally, including our recently opened San Francisco office – click here to understand more!  

We would like to invite members of SWIB to join us at our Networking Cocktail Event.

Please find below the details of the session where we look forward to sharing about our story and how you can be part of our exciting journey. 

Date:5 April 2018

Time:5pm – 7pm, Pacific Daylight Time

Venue:To be Advised

Registration Details:Please email your CV to by 30 March 2018 with the email subject “Registration for SF Cocktail Event”.


Shortlisted students will be notified 3 days before the event.

Wells Fargo's Sophomore Summer Internship Program

Wells Fargo’s Sophomore Summer Internship Program – Corporate Banking


Wells Fargo’s Sophomore Summer Internship Program is designed to provide undergraduate students with an in-depth understanding of the day-to-day responsibilities of a full-time analyst. You will gain exposure to Wells Fargo’s operations, business strategies, and corporate culture by working in a Wholesale Banking office with experienced team members. The Sophomore Summer Internship Program is 8 to 10 weeks in length and is non-rotational. Offers are made for a specific Corporate Banking business and location, based on candidate preference and business need.


The Corporate Banking Group encompasses a diverse set of industry specialized relationship businesses which provide integrated financial solutions to a broad range of large corporate, middle market, investment grade, non-investment grade, public and private clients.

Consumer & Retail: Works with large corporate clients focused in industry sectors such as consumer products, food & beverage, brand name retail/apparel customers, and hospitality & consumer services.

Energy: Works with a wide range of public and private, middle-market, and large corporate companies in all sectors of the oil and gas industry, including: exploration and production, energy services and equipment, and midstream.

Gaming: Works with multiple-jurisdiction, public, and private gaming companies, Native American

casinos, and single-property gaming enterprises.

Global: Works with public and private companies in various industries that have international

operations, may be headquartered internationally with U.S.-based subsidiaries or U.S.-headquartered companies with international operations.

Healthcare: Serves the needs of for-profit public and private healthcare companies across all subsectors of the industry.

Industrials: Serves the needs of global corporations across industry sectors including basic materials, diversified industries, transportation, defense & technology services.

Restaurants: Works with regional and national restaurant brands, large franchisees, convenience store and gas station owner/operators, and landlords with single-tenant retail properties.

Strategic Capital: Partners with Wholesale Banking businesses as a specialized capital provider to

identify and provide customized capital solutions to clients, from senior secured debt to preferred and common equity.

Technology, Media & Telecom: Serves the needs of companies across the growth stages–from startups, to middle-market movers, to large corporates in areas such as technology, business & transaction services, media, telecom, financial technology, and clean technology.


During the summer, we focus on your training and development so you’ll be prepared to take your next career step once you complete the program. You will gain insight into Wells Fargo’s corporate and credit culture, as well as opportunities for community involvement, networking and analytical training in line of business-specific concepts along with:

 On the job experience:

Working as part of a high performing team in your business group is how you will gain in-depth experience as a summer financial analyst. You will begin to build your analytical skills and understanding of credit by actively participating in your team’s day-to-day activities.


Professional Support:

You will be matched with a full-time analyst or a high-performing relationship

manager who will be your resource and coach, available to answer your questions, help you through challenging situations, and give you feedback throughout the course of the summer.


A virtual speaker series:

Wells Fargo’s top leaders provide insight into how to make the most of your summer experience while you get to learn about trends in the financial markets.


Organized networking activities:

We promote community involvement and networking with other

summer and full-time financial analysts.


Sophomore interns who successfully complete the program are considered for the Summer Analyst Program available to undergraduates in their Junior year. A significant number of interns who work with us during the summer return to Wells Fargo full-time.


We have Sophomore Summer Internship positions available nationwide.


For additional information about the Sophomore Summer Internship Program and the various

businesses of Wells Fargo, please visit:


Schwarzman Scholars, Global Program for Young Leaders

Schwarzman Scholars, Global Program for Young Leaders. Info session at Stanford by Rob Garris

Wednesday, March 14 at 4:00pm, Assembly Room - 1st Floor of Bechtel International Center. Register here


Schwarzman Scholars is a highly-selective, fully-funded scholarship program, based at the distinguished Tsinghua University in Beijing, designed to ensure that the next generation of business, political and civil society leaders around the world can effectively serve as bridges between China and the rest of the world.  We aim to achieve this by (1) recruiting promising young leaders from around the world, people who have the ambition and talent to take on executive roles in government, civil society, or business and who have a commitment to building understanding among people with differing perspectives;  (2) educating them about China’s global role via a one-year Master’s in global affairs at Tsinghua and (3) linking them to senior mentors in their field in China and to their peers among China’s rising young leaders. You may also find it helpful to view this video introduction, this profile in the New York Times, and/or to download the program’s full brochure


Scholars selected will hone their leadership skills through a curriculum designed by leading academics from around the globe and frequent interactions with distinguished guest lecturers. Additionally, Scholars will spend considerable time outside the classroom developing firsthand exposure to China and its people through thematic study tours, a mentoring program and internships with key employers in Beijing. All classes will be taught in English, and students will have the opportunity to study Mandarin. Schwarzman Scholars will recruit an internationally diverse cohort each year, people who have the ambition and talent to take on executive roles in government, civil society, or business and who have a commitment to building understanding among people with differing perspectives, welcoming applicants up to age 28.


Applications for US and Global candidates for the 2019-2020 class will open April 2018, with selections made in November 2018. (Applicants with Chinese passports apply by May 2018, with selections made in September 2018). To learn more visit:

SWIB Global Internships

The Global Internships program has just posted over 100 internship opportunities in 20 countries across the world! I would highly recommend checking out this summer opportunity, particularly for freshman and sophomores that might want to explore a new industry or location. 

How/where to apply:  Students should email their resume and cover letter to Marco Eylert (Co-Founder of the Talent Summit) at, clearly stating their company and location of interest. The Talent Summit will then contact these companies directly with the student’s resume. If there is a match, the Talent Summit and/or said company will directly contact the student.






AlphaSights Client Service Team

What are you looking for in your first role? Autonomy, high personal impact, and an introduction to the world of business without pigeonholing yourself into any one industry? All while being part of a global team that’s dedicated to building a business, improving themselves, supporting one another, and celebrating successes together? If so, consider launching your career at AlphaSights.

We’re a global team of ambitious, mission-driven professionals committed to accelerating progress for our clients and for our people alike.

Founded in 2008, AlphaSights currently employs around 500 professionals in eight offices around the globe and regularly ranks as one of the fastest-growing companies in the world.

AlphaSights Campus Recruiting

AlphaSights is looking to meet ambitious, commercial, and confident students who want to discover more about who we are, what we do, and what a career at AlphaSights is like.

If you’re looking to jumpstart your career in a fast-paced, client focused role alongside driven team members, submit your resume today:


Our team is growing rapidly and we're now looking for recent graduates to join our Associate Program starting in March or April 2018. This would be a great opportunity for those looking to work in a fast-paced, client-facing, and commercial environment. We have positions available in NYC and SF!

Gusto Sales Job

Small Business Sales (Entry Level) 

at Gusto (View all jobs)


Gusto is on a mission to help small to midsize businesses everywhere put people first. We’re proud to have built a product that our customers love. We view each customer interaction as a precious opportunity to wow our users. 

As a member of the Small Business Sales team you will have many opportunities everyday to do just that. You’ll often be the first Gusto touchpoint with customers during onboarding, and you will field sales inquiries and technical questions as you help prospects on their way to becoming customers. We’re looking for a strong communicator who demonstrates a passion for helping business owners succeed while exceeding revenue goals.

No Sales experience? No problem! This role is designed as the entry point into the Gusto Sales Organization. Our goal with this role is to give you the tools, training, and technical knowledge necessary to move into an Account Executive role internally, learning our products and articulating their value. 

Must Haves:  

  • 0 to 1 year of sales experience
  • 4 years degree from accredited University/College 
  • Be located in (or willing to relocate to) Denver, Colorado 
  • Experience in a customer facing role/environment 
  • Teamwork and great communication internally and customer facing 
  • Ability to work in an expanding and changing environment (we are a startup!) 
  • Track record of going the extra mile and/or overachieving when given a job or opportunity
  • Excitement and commitment to growing your sales career at Gusto

 Extra Kudos:

  • Experience with or other CRMs 
  • Experience with small businesses 
  • Knowledge of payroll, HR or benefits 

Here’s what you would be doing day-to-day:

  • Communicate our vision to customers to deliver maximum revenue potential and a world-class experience
  • Be the first point of contact for potential customers who want to learn more about Gusto 
  • Assist with the technical onboarding of the customers’ Gusto account 
  • Reactively utilize email, chat and phone to communicate with the customer during the onboarding process
  • Proactively call new users to help them sign up, onboard, and run their first payroll with Gusto
  • Working with customers over email, chat and phone to setup their accounts
  • Identify and resolve customer issues to drive conversion rates
  • Building strong relationships with your colleagues and effectively collaborating with product, support and marketing teams
  • Making our customers successful by introducing them to the best Gusto products, services, or integrations

Apply here to start your sales career #withGusto! 

Contact if they have questions / she can connect them to the recruiter"

Summer Venture in Management Program

The Harvard Business School (HBS) Summer Venture in Management Program (SVMP) is a one-week management training program for rising college seniors (who have completed their junior year of college by June 2018) designed to increase diversity and opportunity in business education. Founded over 30 years ago, this HBS tradition demonstrates the many rewards of an MBA degree to students who may not otherwise have considered this path. Participants spend a week on campus living the MBA student experience – attending classes, analyzing case studies, and debating management issues with peers and faculty.

This unique educational experience gives participants a broader understanding of the challenges business leaders face, the innumerable opportunities that exist in management, and the impact they can have on their community and the world with a graduate business education.  Hear what recent participants had to say about the program here: SVMP Participant Video.

Participants will be selected based on academic achievement, demonstrated leadership, and personal characteristics. Consistent with the objective of promoting educational diversity and opportunity in business leadership, additional criteria to be considered among others, are whether the applicant is:

·      The first family member to attend college;

·      A member of a group that is currently underrepresented in business schools and corporate America (e.g. African-American, Latino, Native American, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender);

·      From a family with little business education or experience; and/or

·      From a school whose graduates do not typically attend a top-tier university (e.g., attends a rural or predominantly minority college, or has attended a community college as part of a four-year degree).

Undocumented students are eligible to apply. International students are not eligible for SVMP however, should consider HBS Peek Weekend

The SVMP Application is targeted to be available online on March 1st, 2018. The application deadline is May 1st, 2018. To apply, and for more information about SVMP, please visit the program’s website:


McKinsey International Networking Reception

Go Global with McKinsey
This event is an excellent opportunity to meet McKinsey colleagues from a wide range of global geographies & practices and learn more about our work and people outside of the United States. We will have a global Partner as a guest speaker and there will be a chance for you to chat with colleagues over food and informal networking. Our McKinsey consultants and team members from across Asia, Europe, Africa, Latin America and other global locations are excited to meet you on the day. 

A Career at McKinsey & Company 
At McKinsey, you’ll experience unrivaled opportunities for growth. Whether you’re looking to build broad business knowledge, entrepreneurial skills, or deep topical expertise, you’ll find others here who share your passions & help you accomplish your goals. You’ll explore new things – through our 30+ functional and industry practices, 50+ start-ups in New Ventures, and/or 120+ locations. You’ll have the flexibility, support and resources you need to build the full, meaningful life you seek. 

Deadline for registration
Sunday, March 11th, 2018 11:59pm ET
As space at this event is limited, we plan to get back to you at least 2 weeks prior to the event to let you know if you have been successful in securing a spot. McKinsey will cover a portion of your travel expenses (within North America only) associated with this event. 

Eligibility for event
·        Bachelor’s, Non-MBA Masters, PhD & Post-doc students graduating in 2019 or 2020 from US Universities only
·        Our McKinsey global offices require fluency in the local language in order to be considered for internship and full time opportunities
·        Candidates who are currently enrolled in an MBA program are not eligible to attend this event. 

We encourage you to refer to our main website for upcoming MBA specific events 


Stanford Splash

Spring Splash 2018: Teacher Registration Now Open!

Greetings from the Stanford Splash team! Spring Splash 2018 is May 5th and 6th and teacher registration is now open through March 9th. Stanford Splash is a unique outreach opportunity for your student group to introduce students in 7th through 12th grades to the subjects you are passionate about. Previous classes have been on mars settlement, juggling, hip-hop dance, web development, and many other topics. Now is your chance to instill excitement about learning!

Come to our Splash Teacher Social Hour to grab some free food, discuss class ideas, and ask questions on either:

·  Saturday, March 3rd at 12:00 pm in Old Union 5 (Facebook Event)

·  Tuesday, March 6th at 6:00 pm in Old Union 200 (Facebook Event)

As always, teachers can: 

·  pick the topic to teach and design their own curriculum

·  teach alone or with friends

·  select the class duration and size

·  determine the class grade level

·  request funds for class supplies


Don't want to teach? Then sign up to volunteer! Teachers are also encouraged to sign-up for volunteer shifts once their class times have been scheduled. Please go to to sign-up to volunteer.

Questions? Email us at, we are happy to help you!

See you at Spring Splash 2018!

Splash Admin Team 
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Point72 + Tiingo Portfolio Competition

Point72 is inventing the future of finance, starting with how we recruit and train our investment professionals. We’re looking for talent in a new way by partnering with Tiingo to host a simulated portfolio competition.

Sign up for this ten-week contest for the chance to change your career trajectory. You’ll have the opportunity to show off your research skills and thought-provoking investing ideas – and potentially get hired into the Point72 Academy.

The competition starts today and ends May 14.

Interested? Sign up now!

Our competition goes beyond absolute returns and evaluates you on a combination of factors – how well you conduct research, manage risk, and produce returns. Top performers will have the opportunity to connect with a Point72 professionalor interview for a spot in the Academy.

To learn more about eligibility, how to enter, how to win, and how Tiingo protects your data, click here.


DavitA Redwoods Sophomore Leadership Summit



DaVita Inc., a Fortune 200 company, is a leading global provider of kidney care and one of the country’s largest operators of medical groups and physician networks. DaVita was founded on the principle of being a community first and a company second. 


DaVita’s Redwoods Leadership Development Program provides unparalleled development experience and training 

that will empower your development into a great leader. As a participant in the program you will find the professional experience intense and the personal experience enriching. 


The Sophomore Leadership Summit is a two day program July 24-26, 2018 for students between their sophomore and junior years of school. Participants will receive training in team development, communication styles, and problem solving. The culmination of the summit is a DaVita case competition that introduces participants to a variety of DaVita’s strategic initiatives. As a participant, you will be exposed to the business and operational cornerstones that make DaVita the leading healthcare provider that it is today. 

After a successful leadership summit, participants may be selected to interview or join the Summer Analyst class of 2019. 

In addition to skill-building workshops, the summer curriculum includes: 

 Receive coaching from Redwoods Alumni 

 Interact with Senior Leadership 

 Participate in a case project 

 Present project results  Hone your business acumen  Explore Denver! 

Qualifications/Skill Requirements (No healthcare background required): 

 Currently enrolled in sophomore year of college spring 2018 

 Demonstrated leadership potential 

 Strong analytical skills 

 Highly skilled in problem solving and critical thinking 

 Ability to multi-task and prioritize 

 Excellent teamwork and interpersonal skills 

 Outstanding verbal and written communication skills 

 Alignment with DaVita’s Mission and Core Values 

 A passion for getting things done 


At DaVita, our mission and values are more than just a slogan on the wall; they’re integral parts of our workplace. DaVita is a community first and company second that’s committed to building the Greatest Healthcare Community the World Has Ever Seen. In 300 words or less, share your “Why DaVita?” statement and why you’d like to be a part of the Redwoods Sophomore Leadership Summit. 

To learn more about DaVita Inc. visit

D.E. Shaw Fellowship

The D. E. Shaw Discovery Fellowship offers women in their sophomore year of undergraduate study a unique educational opportunity over three days at the firm’s New York City headquarters. The fellowship will include an introduction to our firm, insights into the intersection of finance and technology, and several professional and social networking opportunities. Fellows will also receive a $1,500 stipend, accommodations, and travel to and from New York City.

Fellows will participate in a content-driven curriculum of interactive case studies and seminars led by a visiting professor and the firm’s own analysts. Additionally, fellows will interact with senior leaders of the firm and discuss career paths in finance with recent hires and long-tenured employees. There will also be opportunities to socialize with employees and other fellows during lunch-and-learns, and excursions in New York City.

Intellectually curious women from all disciplines with a strong academic record, demonstrated history of achievements, and keen interest in exploring the intersection of finance and technology should apply. In order to be nominated, potential fellows must be students in their second year of a full-time undergraduate program at a U.S. college or university during the spring of 2018.

They are accepting both self-nominations from eligible undergraduates and nominations from university faculty members or administrators. All nominations must include the following:

  • A resume that includes the candidate’s GPA, course of study, and any record of achievement or distinctions
  • An unofficial transcript
  • A written statement:
    • For self-nominations: In 150 words or less, describe your interest in this opportunity or what makes you a compelling candidate.
    • For faculty recommendations: In 150 words or less, describe why you think the student should be considered for this fellowship.

Please email all submissions to with “D. E. Shaw Discovery Fellowship” in the subject line.

Participants will receive a $1,500 stipend, accommodations, and travel to and from New York City.

Visit here for more information:


Fossil Group Product Management Intern

Do you want to join an amazing team exploring the intersection of Technology and Fashion? Fossil Group is seeking a Product Manager Intern to join the wearables team based in Burlingame, CA. You will join a small team that explores new technologies, envisions new experiences, and crafts new wearable products for the global fashion and lifestyle brands of the Fossil Group portfolio. This is your chance to get a taste of Silicon Valley and define the future of wearables.


Apply online at


Get a taste of our Burlingame office at


Email questions to Jammie Peng at