Fall - 2012
First OIG meeting of the academic year – Tuesday, September, 11th, 2012, at 9:00PM, Taylor G
Annual Summer Internship Experience Panel – Tuesday, September 25th, 2012, at 9:00PM, Taylor G
Trip to NYC, JP Morgan – Friday, September 28th, 2012
Adirondacks Cup Competition Interviews- September 11th – 19th, 2012
Team Members for Adirondacks Cup Competition announced- September 20th, 2012
OIG Portfolio Management Committee Interviews- September, 11th- October 1st, 2012
OIG Portfolio Management Committee announced- October 2nd, 2012
Feb 24th, 2011
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OIG and John Griffin, CFO of Bryn Mawr, presents: BMC’s endowment.
April 5th, 9:30PM
OIG and Class of 2010 presents: Senior Career Panel
April 12th, 9:30PM
Bryn Mawr’s “Soon-to-be-Graduates” discuss their plans for their coming future, post-Bryn Mawr.
ACCENTURE, SONOCO and WHARTON BUSINESS SCHOOL
Friday, March 26th, Trip To Philadelphia
A group of Bryn Mawr Alumnae, currently working at some of Philadelphia’s most prominent companies, presented their perspectives on “Life-post-BMC”, as well as discussed the invaluable experience they had while at Bryn Mawr and how their college experience truly paved their paths to success.
Accenture: 4 recent graduates of Bryn Mawr presented the business strategies and structural breakdown of one of the largest consulting firms in the world.
Sunoco: a Bryn Mawr alumnus (along with 2 of her colleagues) discussed the business principles of a Fortune 500 company, along with some valuable insight stemming from a long line of success and accomplishments throughout her post-college career.
Wharton School of Business (at UPenn): the Director of Admissions, as well as 3 current MBA students (one of whom was a Mawrtyr!). The women shared with us their experiences, as well as their reasons for choosing Wharton over other business schools, and provided us with some helpful advice in regards to applying to, and attending, business school.
Monday, March 15th, 9:30PM, Dalton 300
Professor Stahnke provides us with the basic tools and essential shortcuts of Excel: a Microsoft Office tool that is used throughout the finance industry.
From the Bi-Co to Wall Street: Being a Woman in Finance
Monday, November 23rd, BMC, Dorothy Vernon Room in Haffner Hall, 6:30pm
Bryn Mawr alumnae Jamie Higgins ’98 (Vice President, Goldman Sachs) and Megan Rowley ’08 (Analyst, Goldman Sachs) will discuss their experiences as women on Wall Street, respective career paths, and how Bryn Mawr helped to prepare them for a career in finance. They will also take questions on Goldman Sachs’ summer internship program and how best to approach the application process.
All BMC and HC students (including men) are welcome!!
NEW YORK CITY TRIP TO NYSE, GOLDMAN SACHS and AMERICAN MUSEUM OF FINANCE
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