Attend upcoming career fairs on Handshake!
The BYU Career & Internship Fair is Thursday, October 1st from 9am-3pm on handshake.byu.edu. Follow this link to prepare:
Girls Who Invest – Information Session (September 28 at 6pm MT) All Majors
Meeting Link: https://byu.zoom.us/j/91310598388
Girls Who Invest (“GWI”) is a non-profit organization founded in April 2015 dedicated to increasing the number of women in portfolio management and executive leadership in the asset management industry.
Girls Who Invest offers two summer programs: a Summer Intensive Program (“SIP”) and an Online Intensive Program (“OIP”). The SIP is an incredible opportunity to gain hands-on exposure to investing through education, mentoring, and internships. The program features 4 weeks of academic instruction followed by 6 weeks of real-world experience through a paid internship at a leading investment firm. The OIP involves taking classes from Wharton Online, Wall Street Prep, and the CFA Institute and participating in leadership training.
GWI is looking for Sophomore applicants of all majors to apply to their summer programs. BYU will be holding an information session on September 28 at 6pm MT. Please register on Handshake link below.
Lowe’s – Information Session (October 1st at 5pm)
Lowe’s invites you to a company presentation that will enable you to learn more about Lowe’s and the career path at our company. Join us on Microsoft Teams, link found in Handshake event.
Remember!! Customize your email content at careerlaunch.byu.edu > Customize CareerLaunch Emails in the lower left-hand corner of the site. You can opt to only hear from your club, career advisor, and about events/jobs that are targeted to your major.
Here are some great tips and tricks to help you continue recruiting, even during this time of social distancing.
Contact the Business Career Center by using the new chat feature on https://careerlaunch.byu.edu/
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