Burnt out from midterms? Stressed out from school? Dreading finals? We’ve got something for you to look forward to! The Contemporary Asian Studies Student Union, Economics Student Association, and the International Relations Society are hosting a Pub Night at Shoeless Joe’s on Friday November 27th. The event is completely FREE. If you are 19+ please bring an ID as we will be having a wristband policy. Doors open at 8:30PM. Want more information? Check out the event’s website or Facebook page!
Hope to see you all there.
Breaking Bay Street: Introduction to Careers in Capital Markets
ESA is proud to partner with Breaking Bay Street, founded by two graduates of the U of T Master of Financial Economics program, to offer professional development workshops.
Join us for the first workshop on November 5th 4PM-6PM, and find out how BreakingBayStreet can help launch your career in capital markets. To learn more, and register, visit the event’s webpage: http://www.esauoft.ca/event/breakingbaystreet
Economic Review: Recruitment
The University of Toronto Economic Review would like to recruit motivated and skilled individuals for positions on its editorial board. The successful applicants will work together to produce the Spring 2016 issue of the Review. Available positions include Managing Editor (1 person), Production Editor (1 person), Editors (4 people). Applicants must have a strong interest in economics and the social sciences. Experience in editing, research, and the scientific typesetting software TEX is valuable but not necessary. We will hold training sessions for successful applicants who lack experience in TEX but are otherwise qualified.
To apply: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> the following documents. The email should be titled ”LastName FirstName Application”. The deadline for application emails is October 12th, 2015. We will conduct interviews in the following week.
1. A short description of your interest in this position and relevant experience. 2. A current CV. 3. Marks in relevant courses, preferably with significant readings in the social sciences. 4. A writing sample. In order of preference: research papers, critical analysis papers, other academic papers, and any other material. Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>
The Economics Students Association (ESA) is hosting a Professional Development workshop session: http://www.esauoft.ca/event/pdworkshop
Location: ES B149, 33 Wilcocks Street, Toronto
The MFE Program Officer and Second Year MFE Students will share insights in understanding competencies which students build up during their undergraduate degrees ad how they can be applied to job and career success. Additionally, MFE students will share factors they looked at when applying to graduate economics/finance programs, their personal stories with job searching and recruiting, and what factors made them successful in securing their internship and full-time offers.