Month: October 2015
I’m an associate professor in the Harvard economics department and am looking to hire a highly-skilled and motivated full-time RA to start this summer or earlier. This RA will work closely with me on research projects in labor economics. (For examples of past projects, candidates can visit scholar.harvard.edu/pallais/publications. ) I was wondering if you could send the attached job description to interested students or if there is a place to post job ads, post it there as well. If you or the candidates have any questions, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> > .
I look forward to hearing from your students.
Harvard University Pallais_RA.pdf
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.
Discover how learning in other countries can transform your perspective and enrich your undergraduate experience by attending Go Global Week! Three days full of presentations, conversation, and information about international programs available to you as an Arts and Science student. November 3, 4, and 5 in various locations across campus. More details available at uoft.me/GGW #UofTGoesGlobal Facebook link: www.facebook.com/events/867601556680969/ Go-Global-Poster-Final.pdf
The Faculty of Forestry is currently receiving applications to the Master of Forest Conservation program and will be holding an information session on Wednesday November 11, 2015. Please see the attachment for further information. MFC-Info-Session-Flyer201511.pdf
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
The application process for the 2016 spring and summer global internship programs in London, Los Angeles and New York is now open.
City Internships runs immersive career training programs for college students and recent graduates. They’re designed to expand participants’ horizons and get them job-ready. For each program, on top of hard and soft skill building at weekly career seminars, workshops and networking events, participants undertake an internship placement at one of our partner companies. Students and graduates develop real-world skills, build their professional network and fast-track their career. Students can apply here: city-internships.com/apply/ Placements are available in banking and financial services, art, fashion and design, marketing, advertising and PR, consulting and professional services, entertainment, media and journalism, law and politics and lastly, technology and engineering. Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Interested students are advised to apply ASAP to secure a spot. You can read more about the program on our home page: city-internships.com/
I have included more information on what students achieve through the program towards the end of this communication. Please do not hesitate to contact me directly if you have any questions.
Kind regards and wishing you a successful academic year ahead,
Lewis Talbot Managing Director, City Internships city-internships.com/
* An eight week placement with a leading company * Career seminars, skills workshops & networking events * Social events & weekend excursions * Local mentorship & 24/7 support * Optional accommodation package What participants achieve: Real-world experience * We offer an internship in students’ chosen industry that makes their resume glow and will have hiring companies lining up to meet them. Broadened horizons * Students make lasting international friendships, see what it means to travel and experience life in a new city. Professional network * Students meet like-minded go-getters and leading industry experts at exclusive networking events; invaluable connections to kick-start their career. Improved skillset * We offer the opportunity for students to convert their theoretical knowledge into workplace dexterity with a slice of professional life and career-enhancing weekly seminars. Career readiness * Students realize their career direction and earn the hard and soft skills that the world’s leading companies notice. Please apply via: city-internships.com/apply/
THE MASTER OF FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT
Designed to prepare the quantitively sophisticated for in-demand careers in risk management and trading.
Experience NOT required.
UPCOMING INFO SESSIONS ON CAMPUS
Are you wondering what makes the Master of Financial Risk Management unique? Curious about what you will
learn in class? Join the Academic Director to learn more about the MFRM at Rotman, its unique curriculum,
and the experiential learning opportunities it provides. The admission team will be on hand to answer
questions about admission requirements and the application process for this exciting new program.
Date: Wed Oct 28th
Location: Rotman, Room LL1010
Date: Thur Nov 12th
Location: Rotman, Room 1065
Register here: rotman.utoronto.ca/MFRM
Interested in experiencing what the world has to offer? Earn credits towards your degree while studying abroad. Come to the Exchange Fair to learn about the exchange program, and talk to students who have studied at our 140+ partner institutions!
CIE Student Exchange Fair Time: 11am to 3pm
Location: Cumberland House, 33 St. George Street
The exchange program is a unique and unforgettable opportunity, and the exchange fair is the best place to learn about it. We hope to see you there!
CIE. Experience the World. For upcoming events, check out our EVENTS PAGE: www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/more-events/20
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Call for applicants: One Million Dollar Start-up Challenge
Registrations are now being accepted for the 2016 Hult Prize at UofT [www.HultPrizeAt.Com/Toronto ].
Will you be the next USD1Million winner? It is with great pleasure that we invite you or someone you know to participate in the 7th annual Hult Prize by competing in our very own on-campus event! This year’s President’s Challenge will tackle another global social challenge, as teams of three to four students come together from around the world to take on the Global Crowded Urban Spaces Crisis! Specifically, doubling the incomes of the residents who live in some of the toughest conditions in the world through improved mobility and increased connectivity to people, products, services and capital by 2022. Network with Global Leaders, Win a 1-year Membership to CGI and receive One Million Dollars in seed capital to launch your start-up: We have created the world’s largest and most influential community to help you!
Winning a Hult Prize UofT event automatically advances you to a regional competition where teams get to pitch their start-up in front of world-class judges, mentors and advisers. Each of the regional winning teams will get the chance to pitch their game changing idea to President Clinton, receive win one million dollars, and receive a one-year membership to the Clinton Global Initiative! Hult Prize Accelerator Program: Each regional winning team will move to an intensive summer business accelerator program, where their winning idea will become reality, moving from concept to market-ready. World-class mentors, market testing and access to state-of-the-art facilities and resources are a few of the features that will help the team rapidly prototype and scale.
Registering is easy. You don’t need to have an idea or be a subject matter expert to crack the President’s Challenge. The Hult Prize is designed to allow you to get started changing the world now! No prior experience in social impact or challenge specific experience required. We provide you with a detailed case document, which outlines the challenge and brings to light the economic and social benefits that come with servicing the bottom of the economic pyramid -all you need to get started!
GET STARTED IN 3 EASY STEPS:
1. Form a team of 3 to 4 from your college or university (interdisciplinary teams are encouraged).
2. Download the case study and challenge question from www.HultPrizeAt.Com/Toronto
3. Register to compete at www.HultPrizeAt.Com/Toronto
FB page to stay up-to-date: www.facebook.com/HultatUniversityofToronto
Register at our upcoming October 28th information session: hultteambuilding.eventbrite.com
University of Toronto Global Brigades (UTGB) is our U of T chapter of a student-led global health, international, non-profit organization called Global Brigades. Global Brigades operates on a holistic, interdisciplinary, and sustainable model with the goal of promoting self-sufficiency in the communities we serve. Global Brigades mobilizes university students and professionals through skill-based programs (healthcare, business, engineering, etc.) that work in partnership with community members to improve quality of life in under-resourced regions while respecting local culture. UTGB is now recruiting students for our 2016 Business/Microfinance brigade and wishes to invite you to our information session. If you are interested in pursuing a career in business (finance, management, marketing) or economics and/or volunteering abroad, this will be a rewarding experience and a unique opportunity to apply conceptual learning into a real-world context.
For students interested in joining our team, we will be holding an information session to discuss our upcoming Business/Microfinance Brigade on Thursday October 22nd at 5:30 pm in the Medical Sciences Building, room 2172. For more information, please visit: Facebook event for info session: www.facebook.com/events/482002338638155/ utgb.sa.utoronto.ca/ www.facebook.com/UofTGB www.globalbrigades.org/ Additionally, feel free to contact UTGB via email, <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com, if you have any questions.