New York Times x SWIB Speaker Series - Get with the Times


Thursday, April 26 (Week 4) @ 5:00 PM, Hillel (Kehillah Hall)



The New York Times presents GET WITH THE TIMES, a new event series bringing students together to discuss vital issues that face the world today. April’s event is EQUALITY OUT LOUD with actress SAMIRA WILEY, moderated by New York Times journalist Jazmine Hughes. 

Known for her breakout roles in the critically-acclaimed The Handmaid’s Tale and Orange Is the New Black, Samira will talk about her career, share her experience as an actor and woman in the entertainment industry, and discuss how she has recently become a model for young people around the world, championing the rights and safety of the LGBTQ community and people of color. 

Stanford will be hosting a livestream of the event taking place at Columbia University. Join us for a viewing party with New York Times giveaways and FREE FOOD! REGISTER HERE!

Questions? Contact Rebecca Aydin '18 at

Nomura Jobs and Webinar: How to Stand Out in Interviews

Nomura Webinar: How to Stand Out in Interviews

Date: April 25, 2018 (Wednesday)

Time: 20:30–21:30 EDT

Are you interested to know what recruiters in Investment banks

are looking for? Please join our Webinar Session to learn about tips on what we look for in applications and interviews at Nomura.

To find out more and apply, visit Events under


Associated job postings: 

Ø  Global Markets Summer Analyst – Hong Kong & Singapore

Ø  Investment Banking Summer Analyst – Hong Kong & Singapore

Ø  Investment Banking Summer Operations Analyst – Beijing

Ø  Corporate Summer Analyst – Hong Kong & Singapore

Brownson, Rehmus, and Foxworth, Financial Analyst

Brownson, Rehmus & Foxworth, one of the largest independent wealth management organizations in the U.S., welcomes seniors, non-MBA master’s degree candidates, or recent Stanford graduates from any major to apply for very attractive Financial Analyst positions based in Menlo Park, starting in July 2018.  Please feel free to share this information with Stanford friends who might be interested.


Students may learn more by visiting us in-person at the Spring Career Fair on April 24th or online at  We invite students to submit resumes and interview materials via Handshake.  

Brownson, Rehmus & Foxworth advises clients with over $10 billion of combined assets under management and has offices in Menlo Park, Chicago, New York and Atlanta.   We provide sophisticated investment advice and integrated comprehensive planning to high net worth families and related foundations.  We endeavor always to do the right thing by our clients.  Careful to minimize conflicts of interest with our clients, we neither sell products nor receive commissions. 

We believe the quality of our people meaningfully distinguishes us from many advisory firms.  We have deep Stanford ties.  Our 70 colleagues collectively hold 14 Stanford degrees: 1 PhD, 1 JD, 4 MBAs, 2 MS/MAs, and 6 BS/BAs.  Fred Rehmus, a GSB '61 graduate and BRF co-founder, received Stanford’s Gold Spike Award, endowed a Stanford humanities professorship, and donated the totem pole that stands in front of the Law School.


We welcome candidates who wish to join a close-knit West Coast team with a high degree of camaraderie, collaboration, mentorship, and professional standards.  We give substantial early responsibility and client contact to Financial Analysts.  We provide many opportunities for learning, enrichment, and career development.  We are committed to a healthy work-life balance, and our Financial Analysts work significantly fewer hours than analysts in comparable positions.  Nevertheless, compensation is highly competitive with top-tier banks and consulting firms.  Past Financial Analysts have a compelling track record of gaining admission to top-tier business schools.


We hope to hire truly great team players who have the potential to become partners in our organization in the future.  We seek colleagues who are highly ethical, empathetic, team-oriented, analytical, motivated, and intellectually curious.  Ideal candidates will possess great interpersonal skills, excellent judgment, broad problem-solving skills, and a professional, service-oriented demeanor.


SIEPR/SIG Policy Hackathon

Win $5,000! Enter the SIEPR/SIG Policy Hackathon on the California Housing Crisis!

The Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, in partnership with Stanford in Government, is excited to announce Stanford's first Policy Hackathon. This competition, open to all undergraduate and coterm students across Stanford University, is intended to foster data-driven policy innovation on key economic and social issues. As the issues and solutions the hackaton will tackle are multi-disciplinary in nature, we encourage students to form diverse teams that leverage multiple majors and skill-sets. Proposals will be judged by an expert panel including representatives from the California State Government, the business community, and Stanford faculty.

The winning team will receive a $5,000 prize from SIEPR.

Learn more and register your team by Monday, April 30 on the event website.

Questions? Please contact SIEPR Associate Director of Programs Elena Cryst <>.

WCC Student Staff

The WCC is now hiring student staff for 2017-18!


If you’re interested in… 


…promoting gender equity, social justice, academic success, and well being at Stanford

…working as part of a collaborative, driven team to achieve these goals

…developing your own leadership abilities and professional skills

…making a meaningful contribution to the Stanford community


…then apply to staff at the Women’s Community Center! 

Our Mission: The Women's Community Center exists to facilitate growth and engagement for Stanford students around issues of gender, equity, identity, and justice. We do this by building community and providing innovative opportunities to explore scholarship, leadership, and activism. Our approach is inclusive, intersectional, and welcoming of people of any background or level of prior engagement with these issues.

CLICK HERE to download the staff application packet and learn more about the open positions & responsibilities

Apply online at by 5pm on Friday, April 20.

We welcome those of all genders, identities, and backgrounds to apply! 

“The WCC has been a place for me to learn how to be a better feminist, a better team member, a better organizer, and I think most importantly, how to treat myself with compassion and use that to strengthen my ability to learn and serve others.”  -WCC staff member

Learn more at

Questions? Email us at

We look forward to hearing from you!

Faith Kazmi (WCC Director) & Marta Hanson (WCC Associate Director)

Bridging Sectors: Explore Jobs in Impact Investing

Bridging Sectors:
Explore Jobs in Impact Investing

Thursday, April 26, 3:30-5:00 PM

Haas Center for Public Service, DK Room

Come learn about the exciting and rapidly growing industry of impact investing. Panelists will explain how they generate social and environmental impact alongside financial returns, and offer advice to students interested in exploring this field. 

Refreshments will be served to those who RSVP.

Panelists include: 

Carol Malnick,  Senior Vice President for West Coast of Boston Common Asset Management

Amon Anderson, '15 MBA
Director of  Acumen America

Nicolle Richards, '16
Impact Analyst at Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation

**RSVP on Handshake**
Questions? For more information or to request accommodations for this event, please contact Abby Bauer (

APT Case Competition

APT Case Competition

In partnership with Stanford Consulting Group, APT is hosting a Case Competition at Stanford from April 25-27.

The competition will be a great opportunity for students to gain exposure to real world business

questions, interact with APT’s consultants, and compete for prizes.

For more information, please visit

Please submit the team members names and contact information using the sign


If you do not have a team you are welcome to sign up as an individual, we will do our best

to place you on a team. If you have any questions, email

BASES Women in Entrepreneurship Summit

Join BASES on Saturday, April 21 for our annual Women in Entrepreneurship Summit, featuring a range of founders from industry, non-profits, and venture capital.

Speakers will share their experiences in a panel format, and attendees will have the chance to both submit questions in advance and ask questions during the discussion. The panel will be followed by an hour of networking during which attendees can meet the speakers.

This year's WiE speakers include:

RSVP today at or using the button below, and join our Facebook event for updatesClick here or open the attached PDF to see full bios of all our speakers.


Stanford in New York Application

Stanford in New York's Winter 2019 application is now live. The theme for Winter Quarter 2019 is Media, Business, & Finance. If you are interested in gaining work experience through internships, we encourage you to apply.

Stanford in New York is a quarter-length, off-campus immersion where students take courses and an internship in the area of their academic focus. Experience living and learning in the dynamic, urban environment of New York with field trips, guest speakers, cultural events, professional development, and community engagement opportunities.

Examples of previous Winter Internship sites include: American ExpressGoldman SachsUnited Talent AgencyViacom/VH1Alger ManagementFull Frontal With Samantha Bee, and WNYC. See here for a full list. 


Learn more and meet our Student Ambassadors at an information session:

Wednesday, April 18, 6:30pm-7:30pm, Sweet Hall 403
Dinner will be served!


Visit the SiNY website for the application and full details.
Application deadline: Sunday, April 22
Email questions to Dinali Romani, at

Start U Launch Event

Join us at 6:30PM on April 19th to celebrate StartU's launch. The evening will feature a fireside chat with Keith Rabois (Khosla Ventures, LinkedIn, Square, Paypal Mafia) moderated by Josh Constine (Tech Crunch) - see their impressive full bios below. Light refreshments and drinks will be served.

We're excited to bring together founders, experts, investors, and startup-afficiandos to celebrate a vibrant Stanford Startup Ecosystem. 

StartU is a digital publication bringing more transprency and community to start-up ecosystems across our partner schools at Harvard, MIT, Wharton, and Berkeley. If you haven't already, subscribe to our newsletter for weekly features of promising campus-affiliated startups! 



Janet Foutty, Deloitte Consulting CEO Fireside Chat

Presented by Stanford Women in Business



Janet Foutty

CEO of Deloitte Consulting



Fireside chat about business, consulting, and leadership



Thursday, April 19th from 12:30 to 1:30 PM



Old Union Clubhouse




McKinsey Undergraduate Women's Impact Award

Do you think about what it means to be a female leader? Are you searching for ways to improve the world around you? At McKinsey & Company, an international management consulting firm, we pride ourselves on developing future leaders who are having lasting impact in their communities and even globally. 


To that end, we are supporting students who are passionate about making change in the world around them. We are currently accepting applications for the McKinsey Undergraduate Women's Impact Award. This award provides $1,500 of funding toward your summer plans in the fields of global public health, economic development and opportunity creation, sustainability, and/or social innovation and technology.


To learn more about the award and to apply by our deadline on May 13th, please visit this site: Stanford Women’s Impact Award


Blockchain at Berkeley is hosting SHE256, the largest Women in Blockchain Conference to date, held at UC Berkeley on April 23rd, 2018. The conference will feature speakers including Professors Elaine Shi and Dawn Song, Dfinity's Dr. Mahnush Movahedi, WEF's Sheila Warren, Ethereum Foundation's Aya Miyaguchi and many others.


We want to highlight and connect communities with the blockchain industry that strive for inclusion, equality, and professionalism and are partnering with all similarly committed individuals and organizations in this objective. 


This conference will explore the ground-breaking research, protocols and specific applications of blockchain led by women in the space. We want to foster collaborations between researchers, professionals, and students to help women get access the right resources and enter the industry with confidence, while also highlighting the achievements of prominent strong women already established in the space. We encourage everyone to come regardless of gender or experience level. Come celebrate and learn with us!


WHEN: Apr 23rd 8:00am - 4:00pm

WHERE: California Memorial Stadium - Field Club, UC Berkeley


General Atlantic Information Session

Event Description: General Atlantic will be hosting an information session for current sophomore or junior undergraduates interested in learning more about our firm, network with investing professionals and learning more about our New York Summer and Full-Time Analyst programs. 


Event Details: 

Stanford University 

Landau Economics Building – ECON140 

Friday April 13, 6:00pm 


Company Description: General Atlantic is a leading global growth equity firm providing capital and strategic support for growth companies. We combine a collaborative global approach, sector specific expertise, long-term investment horizon, and a deep understanding of growth drivers to partner with great management and build exceptional businesses worldwide. Established in 1980, General Atlantic has approximately $20 billion in assets under management and more than 100 investment professionals based in New York, Greenwich, Palo Alto, Sao Paulo, Mexico City, London, Munich, Amsterdam, Beijing, Hong Kong, Mumbai, and Singapore. Current and past investments include Snap, Joe & The Juice, Session M, Zimmermann, Barteca, Airbnb and Uber to name a few. You can learn more by visiting 


Applications: if you are interested in attending our information Session, please sign up to attend using the following link. Please forward this to any friends or colleagues who may also be interested. Registration Link 

If you have any questions, feel free to email

UBS Women in Banking Breakfast

The UBS technology investment banking team will begin our recruiting process for summer 2019 soon. Ahead of the formal process, we'd like to invite interested candidates to our office for a Women in Banking breakfast on Wednesday April 25th at 555 California Street, San Francisco. Through the event, we hope to get to know you and to share information about our team and recruiting process. 


For those interested in the breakfast, please send your resumes in by Friday April 20th to the following emails:





Seats are limited, so we will be extending invitations to qualified candidates on a first come first serve basis.

Pandora Challenge: Music & Social Impact

Pandora Challenge: Music & Social Impact

feat. Common and Imagine Justice

presented with: Stanford BEAM & Stanford Students in Entertainment


Students interested in music, business, marketing, and social impact are encouraged to attend!  

Pandora and Common are launching a national music marketing and playlist campaign to launch Common's Imagine Justice campaign. In this music, business, and marketing 3-hour kick-off event, we will learn to use music, data, technology, and marketing to launch Common's initiative. After the event, students work in teams to launch and optimize their campaigns across social media and music streaming services!


Kick-off event: Thursday, April 19th 6 - 9 PM

CCRMA, The Knoll, Stanford University


RSVP here

Space is limited to the first 50 students to RSVP

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Stanford Women in Business Shark Tank

The SWIB’s Shark Tank Challenge is a skill development program and pitch competition for Stanford undergraduate students.Over just a short 2 weeks, participants will learn how to craft the perfect pitch and present their ideas to a panel of real investors and industry experts who will choose the winners. Learn more at


First prize wins $1,000!





Kickoff: Tuesday, April 3 at 7pm at the Women’s Community Center (WCC)

Workshop 1: Thursday, April 5, 6:30-7:30pm at NGP CoLab at the GSB


Workshop 2: Monday, April 9, 6:30-7:30 at the GSB

Final Pitches: Wednesday, April 11, 8-10pm at Roble Theater


NOTE: At least half of your team must be female-identifying. Teams must be 1-4 people.


Questions? Email event director Emily Cohen Questions? Email event director Emily Cohen

Minnesota Twins Baseball Systems Developer

Subject: Job Postings: Minnesota Twins

1. We are currently accepting all applications for the full-time position of Baseball Systems Developer. A full job description, including functions and qualifications, is listed below. Interested EXTERNAL applicants should apply online via INTERNAL applicants please apply via the ADP self-service portal. Please contact me with any questions or if you have any referrals. Thank you!
Baseball Systems Developer

The Minnesota Twins are seeking a Full Stack Software Developer to join the Baseball Research and Development group. This position offers wide-ranging exposure to current programming methods and frameworks in a fast-paced agile environment. With creativity and passion, this candidate will collaborate with the Baseball Operations staff to develop, deliver, and maintain data driven solutions for player evaluation, player development, and leading-edge baseball research. This position requires strong full stack web development skills and experience as well as a demonstrated ability for independent curiosity and a commitment to excellence while working within a team framework. Strong communication and interpersonal skills will enable the candidate to enjoy direct relationships with product users.

• Work closely with all groups within the Baseball Department including Baseball Operations, Scouting, Coaching, and Player Development to develop, maintain, and expand strategic web and mobile baseball applications.
• Design and develop web services and APIs to be consumed by web and mobile applications.
• Create easy to understand interfaces and reports with data visualizations that showcase data and analysis in a creative and effective way for a variety of different users and use cases.
• Use an agile software development approach for quick roll-outs combined with incremental improvement process to existing systems and environments.
• Work closely with Infrastructure team to ensure secure, scalable, and high-performing applications.
• Provide courteous and timely first-level contact and problem resolution for all Baseball Department users with application issues.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or a related field or equivalent work experience.
• Software development experience, including requirements definition, design, development, testing, implementation, and iterative improvement.
• Full stack experience with Angular, JavaScript/TypeScript, HTML, CSS, .NET, ASP.NET, Entity Framework, C#, and API design patterns preferred.
• Experience with SQL, relational databases, and database design.
• Familiarity with data visualization and graphical packages such as Tableau, Power BI, D3.js, or ggplot is a plus.
• Mobile development experience a plus.
• Strong work ethic, initiative, and problem-solving skills.
• Interest in optimizing user experience through effective UI/UX design.
• Understand software development best practices and long-term maintainability of code.
• Strong curiosity and interest in researching and learning new technologies as needed.

2. We are currently accepting all applications for the full-time position of Motion Data Analyst. A full job description, including functions and qualifications, is listed below. Interested EXTERNAL applicants should apply online via INTERNAL applicants please apply via the ADP self-service portal. Please contact me with any questions or if you have any referrals. Thank you!
Motion Data Analyst, Baseball Research & Development

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Provide data, insights and recommendations related to player motion tracking technologies.
• Develop and implement data analysis, data collection systems and other strategies that optimize statistical efficiency and quality. 
• Organize complex new data sources related to player motion.
• Process, cleanse and verify integrity of data used for analysis.
• Collaborate with a wide range of team employees. Communicate findings to performance staff, coaching staff and baseball operations.
• Research new techniques and best practices within the industry. 

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities:
• Bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or doctoral degree in kinesiology, exercise science, biomechanics or related field.
• Data analyst experience, ability to interpret and analyze statistics.
• Experience with statistical programs such as R, Python, Matlab, SPSS, Stata.
• Excellent communication skills (oral, written and presentation).
• Must be a critical thinker and self-starter.
• Travel may be required.

• Bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or doctoral degree in statistics or related field.
• Previous scientific study of motion, particularly human motion.
• Love and understanding of baseball.
• Previous work with a sports team.