For event details, visit: http://economics.ucsd.edu/events/economics-roundtable/
To register online, visit: http://www.alumni.ucsd.edu/s/1170/index.aspx?sid=1170&gid=1&pgid=7099&content_id=9756
Cornerstone Research, a leading economic and financial consulting firm, is recruiting for a full-time Analyst position.
We are seeking well-rounded, enthusiastic individuals who have demonstrated excellent academic performance and possess an analytical aptitude, strong computer skills, superior communication skills, and an interest in business and economics.
Cornerstone Research is one of the nation’s leading economic and financial consulting firms. Together with a network of academic and industry experts, our consulting staff analyzes complex business issues that arise in litigation. We consult on a wide variety of projects involving numerous industries. Cornerstone Research works on high-profile cases reported on the front page of the Wall Street Journal, as well as cases that push the boundaries of economic thinking as applied to a legal setting.
We also encourage students to chat with our analysts at the UC San Diego recruiting events detailed below:
- Oct 6 – Career Fair: Price Center Ballroom West, 10AM – 2:30PM
- Oct 6 – Information Session: Career Services Center, Career Library, 5PM – 6:30PM
You may also visit our website for more information about the firm and the Analyst position. Please note that the application deadline is Oct 7, 2016. To apply, please submit the following through both the UC San Diego Career Services website, Port Triton, and the Cornerstone Research online application web link on the Career Services Center website:
- Cover letter
- Unofficial transcript
Bates White is currently recruiting for a Summer Consultant position.
The Summer Consultant program is our 10-week summer internship program that provides rising seniors the opportunity to engage in work akin to our Consultants. Summer Consultants will have the opportunity to conduct research, work with Stata, Excel, and other tools to analyze data and other case-related information. Summer Consultants are all individually staffed to a case, where they will have the opportunity to contribute meaningful work and work alongside colleagues at all levels and backgrounds. Summer Consultants are all required to participate in a thorough internal training program that provides the tools necessary to succeed. The program is a full-time, paid internship (40 hours/week). For more information, please refer here.
We seek individuals who are motivated by intellectually stimulating work, possess an outstanding academic record, and exude leadership skills. An aptitude for numbers and analysis as well as strong writing skills are highly valued. Candidates should be pursuing an undergraduate degree and maintaining an overall GPA of 3.3 or higher. We value candidates from diverse academic backgrounds, while a degree in economics or business is helpful, it is not required. All open positions are available for our Washington, D.C. office only.
Candidates can submit an online application here, or visit the opportunities page under the careers tab at http://www.bateswhite.com. Our deadline is September 25th. We will, however, be recruiting for the Summer Consultant position again in the spring.
Exciting Internship Opportunity
WTRI is a company started by university academics in order to create a venue for applying cognitive science research on decision making and performance to problems in organizations and companies. The research of WTRI principals had become known in the industry and many clients such as IBM, Siemens, most of the major mining companies and some large pharma companies have taken advantage of their expertise. We have also published a number of papers in academic journals and books on the topic of the cognitive science of work and business.
WTRI is seeking between 4 to 6 undergraduate interns who would like an opportunity to help propel this company forward while at the same time building up their own resumes with research experience on major client projects and the potential to be a co-author on a research paper in cognitive science or business. This opportunity would be particularly beneficial to those students who expect to continue their education at the graduate level or who wish to have exposure to actual commercial work with clients. Preference will be given to cognitive science, economics or business majors. Quantitative skills or programming experience are a plus. Experience with Virtual Worlds is a plus.
Compensation is $12-$15 per hour for up to 20 hours a week. Each intern also receives a certificate showing that the student was selected for a National Science Foundation internship award with the award number and name of the research program.
WTRI is seeking individuals who are mature, inquisitive, reliable, self-directed and find the subjects of cognition and business interesting. Skills in statistical programs and advanced mathematics or mathematical modeling are a plus. The company culture is relaxed with a belief in open communications among colleagues so a sense of humor is an advantage. Interns are treated as key members of the WTRI team, may have opportunities to travel with the research teams and will be taught important research skills and will have the opportunity to interact with clients.
If you have an interest in one of these internship positions contact:
Email a resume to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org with “WTRI Internship Program” in the subject line.
If you are considering a career in finance or data science, the top-ranked Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering program wants to talk to you!
In one year at U.C. Berkeley, you can gain the knowledge, experience, and connections you’ll need to launch your career.
We’re currently accepting applications for the program beginning in spring 2017, and our next deadline is around the corner.
To learn more about the program and have your resume reviewed on the spot by Assistant Dean Linda Kreitzman, online on September 20 at 3:00 PM Pacific time (more info here) or on October 4 at 10:00 AM Pacific time (more info here).
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We look forward to meeting you online or in person! To learn more about the Berkeley MFE program, please go to mfe.berkeley.edu or contact us to schedule a 1:1 advising session with one of our admissions counselors.