Equity Analyst Writing Test - DOC - DOC

Document Sample
Equity Analyst Writing Test - DOC - DOC Powered By Docstoc
					                       CLAREMONT MCKENNA COLLEGE
                     Ranked #2 Career Services Center in the Country
                                            By Princeton Review

                     CAREER SERVICES CENTER
                        SEPTEMBER 26, 2008
                                               View Archive

Upcoming Events
Resume Deadlines for On Campus Recruiting (OCR) Positions
Non-OCR Positions in CMConnect
Career Services Ice Cream Social
6Pacific Partners
Consulting Night
Masters in Finance Info Session
Pre-Health Conference
Law Fellows Program at UCLA
Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship

RSVP via CMConnect for any of these upcoming events.

Saturday, September 27
• Free Practice GRE, 9 a.m., Hahn 107, PO (Must sign up ahead, call x18144)

Monday, September 29
• Resume-Becoming an Employer’s Dream, 12 noon & 4 p.m., CP&R Conference Room, SCR

Tuesday, September 30
• How to Work a Career Fair, 11 a.m., Curb Family Conference Room, Heggblade Center, CMC
• Crafting Winning Resumes, 11 a.m., Smith Campus Center 212, PO
• Job Search-More than just the Classifieds, 12 noon, CP&R Conference Room, SCR
• 6Pacific Partners, 5 p.m., Founders Room, Bauer Center, CMC
• Yellowpages.com, 7 p.m., Founders Room, Bauer Center, CMC
• Mitchell Madison, 5:30 p.m., Green Room - Platt Campus Center, HMC
• Ace the Case Workshop by Bain & Co., 6 p.m., Smith Campus Center - Rose Hill Theatre

Wednesday, October 1
• Networking-Connecting and Finding Positions, 12 noon, CP&R Conference Room, SCR
• Personal Statement, 12:15 p.m., Mudd-Hoch-Shanahan, HMC
• Job Search & Networking Seminar, 4:15 p.m., Mead Living Room, PZ
• Consulting Night, 7 p.m., McKenna Auditorium, CMC

Thursday, October 2
• Monterey Institute of International Studies
    • 11 a.m., Career Services Library, CMC
    • 12:30 a.m, Frank Dining Hall, West Private Dining Hall, PO
    • 3 p.m., CP&R Conference Room, SCR
• The Interview Demystified, 12 noon, CP&R Conference Room, SCR
• Harvard Law School, 12 noon, Frank Dining Hall, Frank Blue Room, PO
• University of the Pacific - McGeorge School of Law, 12 noon, Mead Living Room, PZ
• Interviewing Seminar, 4:15 p.m., Mead Living Room, PZ
• Columbia University, 4:30 p.m., Smith Campus Center 208, PO
• CAST Management Consultants, 6:30 p.m., Smith Campus Center 208, PO

Friday, October 3
• Practice Test Scoreback Session, 12 noon, Roberts North 103, CMC
• Crafting a Winning Resume, 12:15 p.m., Mudd-Hoch-Shanahan, HMC
• Resume Workshop, 2 p.m., Mead Living Room, PZ
• Lutheran Volunteer Corps
    • 11:15-1:30, Info Table, McConnell Dining Hall, PZ
    • 2:00 p.m., Info Session, Gold Student Center - Room 108, PZ
                                                                                                          back to top
Resumes due in CMConnect for On Campus Recruiting

Friday, September 26
• Analysis Group (Consulting) – Analyst (Full-Time)
• Gumbiner Savett (Accounting) – Staff Account (Full-Time)
• IDS Business Group (Real Estate) – Associate (Full-Time)

Saturday, September 27
• Kelmar Associates – Associates (Full-Time)
• Fieldglass, Inc. – Business Analyst/Consultant (Full-Time)
• Unum – Sales Consultant Trainee (Full-Time)

Tuesday, September 30
• Ernst & Young – Assurance & Advisory, Transaction & Advisory (Full-Time)

Wednesday, October 1
• Morgan Stanley – Private Equity Analyst (Full-Time)

Thursday, October 2
• Fair Isaac – Analytic Science Consultant, Analytic Scientist, Analytic Software Scientist (Full-Time)
• Chicago Trading Company – Financial Engineer (Full-Time)
• O-I – Quality Management Development Program (Full-Time)

Friday, October 3
• Barrington Associates (Investment Banking) – Analyst (Full-Time)
• CRA International (Consulting) – Analyst (Full-Time)
• CAST Management Consultants – Associate Consultant (Full-Time)
• Armament Engineer – Air Force Flight Test Center (Full-Time)

Sunday, October 5
• Cornerstone Research (Consulting) – Analyst (Full-Time)
• Mitchell Madison (Consulting) – Business Analyst (Full-Time)
• Bates White (Consulting ) – Consultant (Full-Time); Summer Consultant (Internship)
                                                                                                          back to top
Here are some Non-OCR positions in CMConnect. For deadlines and complete job descriptions, please visit
CMConnect and follow employers’ instructions on how to apply. There are many more positions than the ones
below, so please log in to CMConnect and check them out today!
• UCI Career Center – Marketing Coordinator (Full-Time)
• Prcotor & Gamble – Assistant Brand Manager (Full-Time)
• U.S. Department of Justice – FBI Honor Internship (Internship)
• Los Angeles Neighborhood Legal Services – Intern
• Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans
                                                                                                          back to top
Worried about upcoming interviews? Come on down to Green Beach on Saturday, September 27
from 2-3 PM!! Career Consultants will be on hand to serve you ice cream and give you some tips on
interviews, provide you practice questions, and help you dress for success! We'll also be explaining all
of the awesome services that the Career Services Center provides for students. So come by, grab some
ice cream, and find out how to nail that interview.
                                                                                                          back to top
Tuesday, September 30, 5:00-6:30 p.m.
Founders Room, Bauer Center, CMC
6Pacific Partners, founded in 2008, is a newly formed boutique investment bank focused solely on Mergers &
Acquisitions and Private Capital solutions for middle market companies in the health & wellness sectors.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, 6Pacific currently operates four domestic and international office locations and is
seeking to rapidly expand its junior execution team.
6Pacific Partners focuses its industry expertise and primary resources on all aspects of the health, wellness and
nutrition sectors. These categories are comprised of companies offering nutraceutical, functional ingredients,
natural/organic food, health & wellness retailers and household & personal care products.
6Pacific is specifically seeking highly motivated individuals with strong analytical ability, excellent written and
verbal communication skills, intellectual curiosity, a desire to work with people in a team-based environment.
Individuals currently enrolled in their final year of a bachelor’s degree program with concentration in finance,
accounting or engineering with related course work in business are encouraged to apply.
For more information please contact brandon.quartararo@6pacificpartners.com (CMC ’06) with any questions or
comments or visit www.6pacificpartners.com.
                                                                                                          back to top
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
7:00-9:00 p.m. in McKenna Auditorium
24 Organizations Registered: Click on the names of the companies below to learn about each firm.
Analysis Group
Bain & Company
Bates White
The Camden Group
CAST Management Consultants
Clarkston Consulting
Compass Lexecon
Consolidated Graphics
Cornerstone Research
CRA International
Deloitte Consulting
Freeman & Mills
Gallagher Benefit Services
Navigant Consulting
NERA Economic Consulting
RBF Consulting
Robert D. Niehaus, Inc.
Semler Brossy Consulting Group
Sibson Consulting
Touch Worldwide
To help you prepare, there will also be a workshop on “How to Work a Career Fair” on September 30 at 11 a.m.
in Curb Family Conference Room in Heggblade Center.
                                                                                                          back to top
                                         Admission Information Sessions
                                            4:30 on Tuesday, October 7
                                          4:30 on Wednesday, October 8
                                              @ Bauer Forum, CMC
            For more information contact RDSadmission@claremontmckenna.edu or call 607-3347
                                                                                                          back to top
Saturday, October 25
UC Irvine
For most students the admissions process into a health professions school can be arduous and often times
discouraging. We understand that those applying constitute a diverse group and therefore have diverse needs.
Our conference planning committee wants to provide specific and accurate information about the admissions
process having members of various admissions committees participate in an interactive panel of experts.
The day will be filled with workshops, speakers, admissions representatives and panels of experts to bring you
accurate and valuable information about getting into a health professions school. Our immediate goals are to
provide these resources to our conference participants in order to facilitate a successful application process, and
emphasize the dire need of strong and innovative leaders to serve in medically underserved communities.
To register for the event and for more information, go to: https://www.oasprod3.com/uciprehealthconference
                                                                                                          back to top
The Law Fellows Program provides early academic development to high-potential undergraduate students
and college graduates. To be eligible to participate applicants must have at least a 3.3 cumulative GPA at a
four-year undergraduate institution. The program focuses on participants’ academic development, with the
objective of increasing their academic competitiveness for admission to law school. Our initiative is
committed to ensuring equity, access, and excellence in legal education both in California and nationally. A
strong preference is granted to applicants whose experiences reflect limited familial exposure to post-
collegiate education, career opportunities, mentoring, and social support systems. Additional consideration
is also given to applicants who have overcome economic and/or educational hardships and challenges, or
come from, or have demonstrated leadership experience in, economically or educationally underserved
Law Fellows attend a series of Saturday Academies held at UCLA School of Law in the winter and spring,
where they are provided with mentoring, academic enrichment, and career development activities designed
to de-mystify law school and the legal profession, and also present these objectives as viable options. The
program prepares participants to successfully enter and succeed in top law programs and legal careers by
affording Fellows access to a variety of events, programs and services, including:
           Professional-Level Instruction by Law School Faculty
           Personalized Juris Doctorate (Law School) Action Plan
           Mentoring by Current UCLA Law Students
           Full Scholarships for LSAT Preparation Course
           Presentations by Practicing Attorneys and Leaders in the Law Community
           Admissions, Financial Aid, LSAT, and Public Interest Law Workshops
           Legal Research Training by Law Library Staff
           Follow-Up Activities and Counseling until Law School Matriculation
    Application available in CMC Career Services Center. Deadline to apply is October 15, 2008.
                                                                                                           back to top
Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship is a competitive national program that provides college graduates the
opportunity to work in Washington, DC, with a public-interest organization focusing on international security
issues. The fellowship is offered twice yearly, in the spring and fall. It lasts from six to nine months and
provides a stipend, health insurance, and travel costs to Washington. The Scoville Fellowship does not award
grant or scholarship money to students.

Scoville Fellows may undertake a variety of activities, including research, writing, and advocacy in support of
the goals of their host organization and may attend coalition meetings, policy briefings, and Congressional
hearings. They have written fact sheets, letters to the editor, op eds, magazine articles, briefing books and
reports, organized talks and conferences, and been interviewed as experts by the media. Many former Scoville
Fellows work for NGOs, the Federal Government, and academia, or attend graduate school in political science or
international relations, following their fellowships.

If you are interested in peace and security issues, visit our website at http://www.scoville.org. Although the
majority of Scoville Fellows received college degrees in political science, government, or international relations,
we do not require any specific major. There is no application form; the application requirements are listed on the
website, as are links to the websites of each of the twenty-five participating organizations and information on the
work of current and former Scoville Fellows. Applications may be submitted via email. A flyer about the
program can be printed from http://www.scoville.org/flyer.html The next application deadline is October 15 for
the Spring 2009 Fellowship.

All U.S. citizens, and foreign nationals residing in the United States, are eligible to apply; non-U.S. citizens
living outside of the United States are not.
                                                                                                           back to top

                                         Career Services Center Homepage

                               Questions or comments about this newsletter? Contact us

                                           Career Services Center
                                         Monday – Friday: 8 am – 5 pm
                                         Heggblade Center, 2nd Floor
                                               (909) 607-7038

Description: Equity Analyst Writing Test document sample