Opportunity of the Day! PAL – Sotheby’s Internship Programme 2015

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Sotheby’s is an innovative global art business serving the most discerning clients. Auctioneers since 1744, today Sotheby’s is so much more, offering clients extraordinary opportunities to transact: S’2 private sales galleries, worldwide selling exhibitions, retail wine and diamonds, financing, art education and digital engagement any time, anywhere, on any device. We bring a world of art to a new world

Sotheby’s, the only publicly traded global art auction house, is offering exceptional juniors (rising seniors) the opportunity to participate in a unique paid Summer Internship Programme at our worldwide headquarters in New York City. The mission of the programme is to offer interns the best professional and educational experience possible. Interns will have the opportunity to learn about; the inner workings of an auction house; great rarities and works of art; and potential industry careers.

Interns will be placed in either an art specialist or business department for 8 weeks, from Tuesday, June 9, 2015 to Friday, July 31, 2015. Additionally, interns will have the opportunity to attend weekly seminars with senior executives within the Company and field trips to museums and galleries.

Founded in 1744, Sotheby’s is one of the best known brand names in the world, with a rich history of selling extraordinary objects – from masterpieces such as Picasso’s Boy with a Pipe, to the fabled jewels of the Duchess of Windsor, to the archives of Martin Luther King Jr., to T-Rex skeletons. With regional hubs in New York, London, and Hong Kong, Sotheby’s operates in 87 offices spread over 40 countries. We emphasize global teamwork and ethical standards as we strive to achieve the highest quality customer experience for our clients around the world.

Our staff are passionate about their work in the fast paced, challenging, dynamic, and exciting global marketplace for great works of art. If you are interested in learning more about our business, visit our website www.sothebys.com.

To apply, please visit the Sotheby’s Careers website and download the application form: http://www.sothebys.com/en/inside/careers.htmlAll paperwork must be submitted by email to Internshipsus@sothebys.com by January 16, 2015 at 5:00pm.

Opportunity of the Day!

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PAL – 2015 Corporate & Investment Bank Risk Summer Analyst Program

First year, sophomore, juniors only

With operations in 100 countries, J.P. Morgan is a true global leader in the financial
services industry. We believe the true measure of our success lies in the trusted
relationships we share with our clients, our reputation in the industry, and the quality
and integrity of the services we provide. In every area of our work, we’re committed
to being the best, and doing what’s right for our clients. And it’s that unshakeable
commitment shared by everyone at J.P. Morgan which makes this such a rewarding
place to build a career.
This is a valuable opportunity to get real, hands-on experience at the heart of a
world-leading bank before you enter your senior year of college. Gain valuable insight
and start to build your professional network and skills for the future. Our success at
managing risk is directly correlated to our success as a firm. We achieve this by
minimizing the impact of unexpected results; which has have a material impact on the
firm’s overall performance.

What you can expect from our summer internship

Our nine-week summer program is a challenging, but a hugely rewarding opportunity
to learn about the world of CIB Risk. We monitor capital, balance sheet and
reputational risk, and work with governments worldwide to rebuild regulatory
frameworks. As a summer analyst, you might be building models, performing due
diligence, evaluating credit ratings, monitoring exposure, modeling transactions or
synthesizing data.

It starts with a four-to-five day orientation and training session in New York. Expert
instructors and J.P. Morgan professionals will teach you about our history, our
products and the intellectual property that serve our clients. You’ll gain technical and
practical knowledge and the inspiration and insight you need for success.
Out of the classroom you’ll build your knowledge through the actual work supported
by teammates, tutors and mentors. Upon successful completion of the program, you
may have the opportunity to join us full-time after graduation.

What you need to bring

Our Analysts come from a variety of backgrounds, but finance or economics is recommended.

Additional requirements:

  • Academic strength (GPA minimum of 3.2)
  • Advanced quantitative, analytical and communication skills
  • Proficiency in Excel and Word
  • Project management skills and the ability to deliver under pressure and to tight deadlines

For an opportunity like this, we expect academic strength (GPA minimum of 3.2);
advanced quantitative, analytical and communication skills; project management
capabilities; and the ability to deliver under pressure and meet tight deadlines. Our
Analysts come from a variety of backgrounds, but finance or economics is
recommended.

But beyond that, what we’re most interested in are the things that make you, you: the
personal qualities, outside interests and achievements beyond academia that
demonstrate the kind of person you are and the difference you could bring to the
team.

Your application will only be considered if you apply to your school’s careers site and submit your application via the J.P. Morgan
website at the below link:

Deadline is December 1, 2014
See your MyCDC job #010106

Position of the day!

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Framework LLC is a group of leading thinkers, advisors, and implementers that help companies create and preserve value by integrating sustainable business principles and practices into strategy and operations. We are seeking an extraordinarily organized, detail-oriented, and capable individual to support project leads in coordinating tasks, time- lines, and deliverables, and entering information into our project management systems. The project coordinator will also support the Framework operations team.

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Support Framework project leads in
• creating and updating project timelines and tasks
• establishing resource allocations and entering them into the firm’s QuickBase project- management application
• entering and tracking deadlines for multiple projects in Outlook and QuickBase
• working with team members to gather project information and notify them of project updates
and upcoming deadlines
• taking notes during client calls and meetings, recording and distributing information
• scheduling support, as needed
• Assist the Framework operations team with
• travel arrangements
• scheduling and calendaring for firm principals
• interfacing with technical support
• procuring office supplies
• filing and administrative tasks
• Pitch in wherever, whenever, and however appropriate to support client service and smooth office functioning

See job #10100 in your MyCDC account for application instructions or call the CDC at 518.580.5790.

Position recommended by Skidmore alumni Julia Giguere, ’06

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Career & Internship Connections 2015
New York (January 6) ~ DC (January 7) ~ LA (January 8) ~ Boston (January 9)

All Students are Welcome to Apply!!!

Network and interview with over 250 major companies in 4 different locations.

Sign up for: Pre-select interviews
When: During winter break
Positions: Summer internships & full-time jobs

Open Forum: Meet with employers 9:30 – 11:30 am (could result in afternoon interviews)

Deadline to Apply: December 1

A Sampling of Employer Participants (by location):

New York City
AIG
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
AllianceBernstein
Americares
APPRISE
AXA Advisors, LLC

Washington DC
Advantage Sales & Marketing
Alliance Bernstein
Anti-Defamation League
Atlantic Media
Bursun-Marsteller

Los Angeles
Authors Marketing Pro
Beach Cities Health District
Chocolate Sundaes Comedy Show Production
FDIC
Front Row Media

Boston
AIG
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Fund for Public Interest
Harvard Orthopedic Trauma Initiative
United Planet

You don’t want to miss this great opportunity!

the Dream Share Project, tonight at 7PM!

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Stop dreaming, start living! Learn how to follow your dreams and make them a reality. the Dream Share Project tonight at 7PM at the Spa. Popcorn, chips, candy, and the First 20 students to arrive will receive a free copy of Chip’s book “Build Your Dreams: How to Make a Living Doing What You Love”.

the Dream Project is a feature-length inspirational documentary film and workshop that empowers you to chase your dreams. The film follows Chip and Alexis, two recent college graduates, as they learn about: discovering one’s passion, committing to a dream, dealing with setbacks, and redefining success for the Millennial generation.
The Dream Share Project

The Dream Share Project

What’s your dream?

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Working artist
Memoirist and motivational speaker
Professional diver
Solve world hunger
Singer in a rock band
Cooking show host
Puppeteer

Share your dream with us!
the Dream Share Project,
a documentary film & workshop
Tuesday November 11, 7:00 pm, the Spa
~ Fun ~ Inspirational ~ Motivating ~
Popcorn & Candy, first 20 students get a copy of the book

Creative Dreams Work
Sponsored by the Counseling Center & Career Development Center

Dream Share Project, where do you want to be?

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Dream Share Project Documentary Film & Workshop
Tuesday, November 11, 7:00 PM, the Spa

Opportunity of the Day! Teach with a PAL!

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The Paraclete Academy in Boston, MA seeks mission-driven teachers who want to work for social justice through education. Working with our 60 students, from 13 different countries who speak 10 different languages, is the basis of a profound term of service. Paraclete students are low-income (about 60% live below the poverty line) and fiercely dedicated to their studies, demonstrated by their regular twelve-hour school days.

We work in the after-school setting and have three overarching goals: to support our students’ academic development, to enrich their educations through explorations and to help families navigate the Boston school landscape.

Paraclete teachers plan creative classes that engage students through non-traditional pedagogies. We strive to incorporate hands-on, project based learning in all of our classes. In addition to teaching math and English classes, teachers are able to plan at least one class around their own interests to engage students in new fields like Comic Book Making, Forensic Science, Art from around the World, and Filmmaking.

Paraclete teachers enjoy free housing with amazing views of downtown Boston. They live in community with other recent college graduates who work at the Paraclete. This community is a wonderful spring board for exploring a new city.

Paraclete teachers receive a small stipend, food expenses and insurance. Teacher may also qualify for $5,645 Education Award from AmeriCorps.

Please note that if interested in the Education Award, as per AmeriCorps requirements, the position must be filled by a U.S. citizen, national, or legal permanent resident of the United States.

Skidmore alumni listing from Jackie Parker ’12

Opportunity of the day!

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PAL Internship available with Loisaba Community Conservation Foundation, Inc., can be worked on while at school!

Loisaba Community Conservation Foundation is a non-profit located in Saratoga that provides
resources and expertise in creating refuge for native species of animals. This also allows for the
local Laikipiak Masaai and Samburu tribes the opportunity for employment and sustainable
agriculture. Loisaba provides teachers, classrooms, school supplies, housing for students,
nursing staff at the local clinic, and the like. Loisaba’s mission is to improve the quality of life for
these traditionally marginalized tribes while assuring a vast wilderness for endangered species
such as Grevy’s Zebra, which has been a dream now coming to fruition.
The intern for Loisaba will work on a new project that will help make their projects in Kenya
more successful. The main responsibility of this role is to assemble data on the various
challenges facing the residents of the 11 countries of East Africa by identifying all of the not-forprofits
(NFPs) that work there, such as Loisaba, creating a web based database of providers
and their issues with solutions and resources. In addition, creating a blog type forum where all
the NFPs can share solution ideas, create synergies of efficiency and mass, and then crafting
with a web designer on the web portal for this information base.
www.loisabaccf.org

https://www.facebook.com/LoisabaCCF?ref=bookmarks

Qualifications:
Demonstrated ability for research and writing
Excellent time management skills
Interest in non-profits, conservation, education
All class years; Open to all majors
This is a paid, grant funded internship. Project based – no set hours, conducted remotely.
Please send cover letter and resume
This is a paid, grant funded internship.

See job # 9811 on your MyCDC account to apply.

Career Jam 2014 is a day away!

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Why You Need Career Jam

Career Jam is a yearly networking event where Skidmore alumni, parents and employers from a variety of professional fields will offer career advice, share internship and job searching skills and answer specific questions that students have. For seniors and juniors, it is a valuable opportunity to strengthen their network and build their career path after college; for sophomores and freshmen, it is a great platform to explore their potential, understand the jobs they are interested in and plan for their future.

I attended Career Jam during my sophomore year. Before this event I was not aware of the importance of networking and internship searching during college, nor did I have the motivation to get started to plan for my career. I was interested in finance and consulting, but I was not quite familiar with these job requirements nor did I know how to get in touch with people from the financial industry who could give me some advice. However Career Jam solved my concerns and helped me set up my academic and career goals. I have realized that there are so many resources around campus. If you look there is always a chance waiting for you.

No matter what is your class year, it is never too late nor too early to prepare for your career. You will learn more than what you have expected, so attend Career Jam and get ready to embrace your future.

Lingyan (Claire) Yue ’16, Career Development Ambassador


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