After graduation it may feel like it’s time to relax, but few graduates ever got a great job out of complacency. With your professional destiny before you, right now is the perfect opportunity to follow these three steps and build a solid foundation for your financial career.
Overcoming the lack of a top-tier, Ivy League education isn’t easy, but there are proven strategies for what to do – and just as importantly, what not to do – to impress banks’ hiring managers and earn a great banking job.
Internships offer an invaluable opportunity for college students to gain work experience before being thrown into the “real world” after graduation. It can be nerve-racking to switch from the comfort of a college campus to a new work environment, but it’s important for you to make a good impression regardless. Internships are different at every […]
Networking is important to creating relationships, not just for job hunting but for building business relationships as well, and a great way to meet peers in the financial sector is to join communities of like-minded individuals.