Workshops & Events


Upcoming Workshops & Events

Peer Career Coaching  Drop Ins Every Week Day (801244)

Peer Career Coaching Drop Ins Every Week Day

Do you have a quick question and want to talk to the Knowlton Center? Have a resume for us to review? Not sure where to get started and want to see what resources we offer?
Peer Coaches are available to work with you every week day. Check out the times below and stop by the Knowlton Center.
Fall Semester Schedule
MONDAYS: 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM & 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM
TUESDAYS: 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM & 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
WEDNESDAYS: 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM & 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
THURSDAYS: 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM & 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
FRIDAYS: 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM

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Navigating Sustainability: a session with Abercrombie & Fitch (913305)

Navigating Sustainability: a session with Abercrombie & Fitch

Denison's Environmental Studies Department & Denison Edge present "Navigating Sustainability," and a wonderful opportunity to hear Kim Harr, VP of Global Sustainability at Abercrombie & Fitch, talk about her role at Abercrombie and how they navigate issues of sustainability.
Sustainability is the capacity to endure in a relatively ongoing way across various domains of life. ... Sustainability has also been described as "meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs" - Wikipedia
If this topic resonates with you, your current studies, or your future career goals, then you don't want to miss this virtual session.
When: November 30, 2021
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Where: Virtual via Zoom (https://denison.zoom.us/j/8967190230?pwd=VUc2NFdsTkJ2YXREWUYzYU81cTZNQT09)

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Coffee Chat with Audra Fry, University Relations Leader, Bath & Body Works (907801)

Coffee Chat with Audra Fry, University Relations Leader, Bath & Body Works

Stop by the atrium outside of 306 Burton Morgan, grab a coffee and enjoy informal conversation with Audra. Audra is a seasoned human resources professional who also has experience in university career services. Audra looks forward to chatting about internship opportunities at Bath & Body Works, as well as offering general career advice.

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Vium Capital Information Session: Summer Analyst Role (901647)

Vium Capital Information Session: Summer Analyst Role

VIUM Capital is a financial services firm focused exclusively on providing capital solutions to the seniors housing and healthcare sectors. Founded by partners with over 60 years of collective experience in seniors housing and healthcare finance, we have the expertise and suite of services to help our clients structure the optimum capital solutions to meet their strategic needs.
Over the years we have witnessed clients invest significant equity and human capital to see their visions become reality. The partners at VIUM have taken that same entrepreneurial step to build a company focused exclusively on meeting the constantly evolving demands of our clients.
The VIUM Difference

There are plenty of financial services firms that offer some combination of HUD/GNMA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, bridge products, and advisory services to their clients. So what is the VIUM difference? After collectively closing more than $10B of seniors housing and healthcare financings throughout the country, we understand what is essential in order to deliver the ideal outcome and client experience.
Expertise – Healthcare and seniors housing are extremely nuanced and complex industries. Any financing can be derailed by a lack of understanding of state and federal regulations, payor mix, survey issues, market dynamics, or the competitive landscape. We understand that the only way to deliver optimal outcomes is to be an industry expert.
Effort – The biggest threat to any financing is time. The team assembled at VIUM consists of industry veterans who work tirelessly and efficiently to meet the requests of every client. Expertise and platform are critical, but nothing is more important than grit. Every employee and partner at VIUM is committed to putting in relentless effort on behalf of our clients.
Collaboration - Our partners have successfully worked together for over a decade. Our team approach ensures our clients receive our collective attention, perspective and networks.
Alignment - Our team owns and controls VIUM. Our clients’ success drives our success.

Solutions, Not Products
As a strategic advisor to our clients, our goal is to fully understand our clients’ short-term and long-term strategy so that we can deliver the optimal financial solution. No singular financing option is ideal for all clients. Our industry knowledge and comprehensive suite of services assures that we will provide solutions, not push products.

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New York Arts Program Virtual Info Session (912081)

New York Arts Program Virtual Info Session

Join us to learn about our semester-long arts programs and internships in NYC and meet our awesome faculty.
Which program will be right for you?
Visual Art and Art History
Studio Residency
Film and Media
Acting Intensive

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Search Strategically and Decode Postings in Sustainability (909801)

Search Strategically and Decode Postings in Sustainability

If you aren’t being strategic about how and where you search, you might find yourself wasting valuable time. This session that will address the questions that nearly all students have, “How do I find opportunities that fit me and my experiences.” You will leave with a better understanding of how to effectively search as well as understand how to break down and decipher a job description to determine if you are a good candidate.

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Teaching Residents at Teachers College Columbia Information Session  (913288)

Teaching Residents at Teachers College Columbia Information Session

Join TR@TC's Karina Castellanos to learn more about the program. In addition, TR@TC's current student Christina, who is enrolled to become dual certified to teach English language arts and special education, will join us to share more about her experience with TR@TC. The session will close with a 15-20 minute Q&A.

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City Year National Event: Build your skills through a service year! (906540)

City Year National Event: Build your skills through a service year!

Are you passionate about service? Are you looking to pursue a gap year in the 2022-2023 school year? If that's you, then you won't want to miss our City Year information session on December 2. During this session you will learn all about the City Year AmeriCorps member position, the full-time responsibilities, and benefits. Serving as a City Year AmeriCorps member is a great way to build your toolkit, gain the professional and leadership experience needed for your future endeavors! This session will also be an opportunity to get your questions answered by a City Year Recruiter! We hope to see you there!

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Ohio History Connection Trek (901040)

Ohio History Connection Trek

Join the Knowlton Center for Career Exploration on a trek to the Ohio History Connection in Columbus, Ohio to learn about internship opportunities and explore Ohio's History.
The visit will include a tour of the Ohio History Museum and Collections, overviews of departments hosting internships including Operations and Programming, State Historic Preservation, Historic Sites, and IT. Internships with Ohio History Connection are possible in a variety of areas including communications, curatorial, archival, collections management, museum operations, education program support, and interpreting.
Registration is required. Transportation and lunch at the Ohio Village will be provided. The Knowlton Center does not endorse missing class for an event. Students are responsible for contacting faculty for approval if they will miss class to participate.
Ohio History Connection Trek Itinerary (subject to change)
9:00-10:00 am Meet at Knowlton Center and Depart for Ohio History Connection
10:00-10:30 am Museum Tour
10:30-11:00 am Operations and Programming Overview
11:00-12:30 pm State Historic Preservation Office Overview
12:30-1:00 pm Lunch at the Ohio Village Café
1:00-2:30 pm Collections Tour
2:30-2:45 pm Historic Sites Overview
2:45-3:00 pm IT Department Overview
3:00pm-4:00 pm Travel back to campus
Register by Wednesday, December 1st. The Knowlton Center does not endorse missing class for any event. Before registering you must have approval from your professors.

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Warner Media: Virtual Career Conversations Week (908001)

Warner Media: Virtual Career Conversations Week

Warner Media is excited to announce our 2nd Annual Virtual Career Conversations Week! It’s five days of amazing panels with leaders and decision makers across news, sports and entertainment. Whether you’re a student or seasoned professional, we’ve got you covered with incredible programming throughout the week.
Our commitment to influencing culture begins with you! As a company of storytellers and journalists, it is critical that we have a collection of voices and perspectives within our workforce to connect with the global audience and communities we serve. We hope you will join us for this event! There are multiple conversations each day. Register Now! Spaces are limited.
Day 1: University Relations and Early Careers
Day 2: Technology
Day 3: Creative Content News and Sports
Day 4: Corporate and Sales
Day 5: Culture and Belonging

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Dear Intern: Warner Media Virtual Career Conversations Week: University Relations & Early Career Day (908238)

Dear Intern: Warner Media Virtual Career Conversations Week: University Relations & Early Career Day

Making a mistake at work can seem like the end of the world – especially when starting out in your career. This summer #DearIntern served as a reminder that mistakes are bound to happen…and that’s okay! Join the Dear Intern panel to hear from WarnerMedia representatives from across the globe as they share their career journey and provide advice on how to overcome mistakes on the job.
This event is ideal for early career professionals with 0-2 years of experience interested in internships & entry-level opportunities. Register now to reserve your spot!

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Meet the Warner Media Managers: Warner Media Virtual Career Conversations Week: University Relations & Early Career Day (908242)

Meet the Warner Media Managers: Warner Media Virtual Career Conversations Week: University Relations & Early Career Day

Join us for a discussion with WarnerMedia Intern Managers from various parts of the business as they discuss their experience in managing interns. You will get to hear perspectives from these managers on what they look for in the hiring process, what a day in the life of an intern might look like, and how to make the most of your internship experience.
This event is ideal for early career professionals with 0-2 years of experience interested in internships & entry-level opportunities. Register now to reserve your spot!

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Teaching Residents at Teachers College Columbia Information Session  (913290)

Teaching Residents at Teachers College Columbia Information Session

Join TR@TC's Karina Castellanos to learn more about the program. In addition, TR@TC's current student Christina, who is enrolled to become dual certified to teach English language arts and special education, will join us to share more about her experience with TR@TC. The session will close with a 15-20 minute Q&A.

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Interviewing in a Virtual World: Warner Media Virtual Career Conversations Week: University Relations & Early Career Day (908248)

Interviewing in a Virtual World: Warner Media Virtual Career Conversations Week: University Relations & Early Career Day

Interviewing is a nerve-racking but essential part of the hiring process, and these days most interviews are video based. In this session we will cover how to ace your video interview with tips on how to prep, do’s and don’ts during the interview, and what to do after the interview.
This event is ideal for early career professionals with 0-2 years of experience interested in internships & entry-level opportunities. Register now to reserve your spot!

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JPMorgan Chase & Co Advancing Hispanics and Latinos (AHL) Fellowship Program Info Session (910805)

JPMorgan Chase & Co Advancing Hispanics and Latinos (AHL) Fellowship Program Info Session

ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
Building on JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s long-standing commitment to solving some of the persistent challenges facing our communities, the firm has recently launched Advancing Hispanics & Latinos (AHL), a center of Excellence focused on advancing career opportunities, financial health and community development for Hispanics and Latinos globally.
The Opportunity:
Advancing Hispanics and Latinos (AHL) Fellowship Program offers a six-week paid, full-time summer fellowship held in select JPMorgan Chase & Co. offices. The AHL Fellowship Program aims to introduce talented and motivated underrepresented college sophomores, in particular Hispanic and Latino/a students, to financial education and to the financial profession. The ideal candidate is interested in the financial industry and strengthening their business acumen.
This opportunity will expose students to hands-on experience, mentorship, and a project-based curriculum, designed to help build a pathway to future opportunities. The AHL Fellowship Program is committed to providing early professional development to students from communities underrepresented in the financial industry. During the Program, participants will also have the ability to experience a deep dive into one of JPMC’s Lines of Business or firmwide functions:
Asset & Wealth Management – providing institutions and individual high net worth clients with innovative strategies and solutions to achieve their investment goals
Commercial Banking – helping medium-sized businesses and local communities succeed with tailored products and solutions in everything from commercial lending to real estate
Corporate & Investment Bank – helping large companies, governments and institutions achieve their strategic business goals by raising capital, restructuring, and more
Consumer & Community Banking (Financial Advisor Development Track) – supporting millions of people and small businesses to make the most of their money, by providing them with financial advice, services and products
Corporate & General Management – developing sound business practices and solutions for the firm and our clients including finance, audit, human resources, analytics, project and process management
Software Engineering – building technology solutions and applications that impact millions of customers and businesses worldwide
There are different location options based on the track you select. Please note potential placement could include any of our offices within the city’s metropolitan area.
Successful completion of the Fellowship Program can lead to an offer for one of JPMC’s summer internships the following year.

NEXT STEPS:
Want to learn more before applying? Submit your interest in attending the general info session using this form and mark your calendars! After you submit your interest to the info session and if you meet the minimum qualifications, you will receive a formal invitation with the dial-in information for the info session. We will inform you if you do not meet the minimum qualifications. This information will be shared a few business days before the session. Please note info session attendance is not required to apply for the program.
Interested and ready to apply? Submit your application to a maximum of 2 tracks only:
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Corporate Client & Specialized Industries Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210190320/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Middle Market & Specialized Industries Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210190300/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Commercial Real Estate Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210189718/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Innovation Development Program Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210189595/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Financial Advisor Development Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210193308/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Corporate & General Management Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210192698/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Asset & Wealth Management Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210193246/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Corporate & Investment Bank Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210197691/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Software Engineering Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210194680/?utm_medium=jobshare
Note:
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so we encourage you to complete each step of the application as soon as possible.
Apply by November 4, 2021 and complete HireVue by November 7, 2021 for consideration for December interviews (Wave 1).
Apply by December 29, 2021 and complete HireVue by January 6, 2022 for consideration for February interviews (Wave 2).

ABOUT YOU:
To be eligible for this program, you must be authorized to work in the U.S. on a permanent basis. We do not offer any type of employment-based immigration sponsorship for this program. Likewise, JPMorgan Chase & Co., will not provide any assistance or sign any documentation in support of any other form of immigration sponsorship or benefit including optional practical training (OPT) or curricular practical training (CPT). If you will require employer immigration sponsorship after completing your degree, you do not meet the basic requirements for this program.
Ideal candidates for the program are creative, innovative team players with problem solving, planning and organizational skills and a strong interest in developing professional skills for future opportunities in financial services. Additional requirements include:
Sophomore standing (expected graduation date between December 2023 and June 2024)
Preferred minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
Attend college/university in the U.S.
All majors considered
Demonstrates commitment to campus involvement, community service work, and/or related leadership activity
For participants in the Software Engineering function:
Computer Science and/or engineering majors are preferred, while other majors may be considered
Foundational knowledge of programming languages (e.g. Python, Javascript, Java, C++, C#), databases, data structures, and algorithms

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Choose DO Medical School Virtual Expo (863357)

Choose DO Medical School Virtual Expo

Meet with colleges of osteopathic medicine nationwide to learn about becoming a physician.
Please note this is a virtual event, so you will register and attend individually.

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JPMorgan Chase & Co Advancing Hispanics and Latinos (AHL) Fellowship Program Info Session (910795)

JPMorgan Chase & Co Advancing Hispanics and Latinos (AHL) Fellowship Program Info Session

ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
Building on JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s long-standing commitment to solving some of the persistent challenges facing our communities, the firm has recently launched Advancing Hispanics & Latinos (AHL), a center of Excellence focused on advancing career opportunities, financial health and community development for Hispanics and Latinos globally.
The Opportunity:
Advancing Hispanics and Latinos (AHL) Fellowship Program offers a six-week paid, full-time summer fellowship held in select JPMorgan Chase & Co. offices. The AHL Fellowship Program aims to introduce talented and motivated underrepresented college sophomores, in particular Hispanic and Latino/a students, to financial education and to the financial profession. The ideal candidate is interested in the financial industry and strengthening their business acumen.
This opportunity will expose students to hands-on experience, mentorship, and a project-based curriculum, designed to help build a pathway to future opportunities. The AHL Fellowship Program is committed to providing early professional development to students from communities underrepresented in the financial industry. During the Program, participants will also have the ability to experience a deep dive into one of JPMC’s Lines of Business or firmwide functions:
Asset & Wealth Management – providing institutions and individual high net worth clients with innovative strategies and solutions to achieve their investment goals
Commercial Banking – helping medium-sized businesses and local communities succeed with tailored products and solutions in everything from commercial lending to real estate
Corporate & Investment Bank – helping large companies, governments and institutions achieve their strategic business goals by raising capital, restructuring, and more
Consumer & Community Banking (Financial Advisor Development Track) – supporting millions of people and small businesses to make the most of their money, by providing them with financial advice, services and products
Corporate & General Management – developing sound business practices and solutions for the firm and our clients including finance, audit, human resources, analytics, project and process management
Software Engineering – building technology solutions and applications that impact millions of customers and businesses worldwide
There are different location options based on the track you select. Please note potential placement could include any of our offices within the city’s metropolitan area.
Successful completion of the Fellowship Program can lead to an offer for one of JPMC’s summer internships the following year.

NEXT STEPS:
Want to learn more before applying? Submit your interest in attending the general info session using this form and mark your calendars! After you submit your interest to the info session and if you meet the minimum qualifications, you will receive a formal invitation with the dial-in information for the info session. We will inform you if you do not meet the minimum qualifications. This information will be shared a few business days before the session. Please note info session attendance is not required to apply for the program.
Interested and ready to apply? Submit your application to a maximum of 2 tracks only:
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Corporate Client & Specialized Industries Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210190320/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Middle Market & Specialized Industries Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210190300/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Commercial Real Estate Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210189718/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Innovation Development Program Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210189595/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Financial Advisor Development Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210193308/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Corporate & General Management Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210192698/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Asset & Wealth Management Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210193246/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Corporate & Investment Bank Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210197691/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program – Software Engineering Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210194680/?utm_medium=jobshare
Note:
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so we encourage you to complete each step of the application as soon as possible.
Apply by November 4, 2021 and complete HireVue by November 7, 2021 for consideration for December interviews (Wave 1).
Apply by December 29, 2021 and complete HireVue by January 6, 2022 for consideration for February interviews (Wave 2).

ABOUT YOU:
To be eligible for this program, you must be authorized to work in the U.S. on a permanent basis. We do not offer any type of employment-based immigration sponsorship for this program. Likewise, JPMorgan Chase & Co., will not provide any assistance or sign any documentation in support of any other form of immigration sponsorship or benefit including optional practical training (OPT) or curricular practical training (CPT). If you will require employer immigration sponsorship after completing your degree, you do not meet the basic requirements for this program.
Ideal candidates for the program are creative, innovative team players with problem solving, planning and organizational skills and a strong interest in developing professional skills for future opportunities in financial services. Additional requirements include:
Sophomore standing (expected graduation date between December 2023 and June 2024)
Preferred minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
Attend college/university in the U.S.
All majors considered
Demonstrates commitment to campus involvement, community service work, and/or related leadership activity
For participants in the Software Engineering function:
Computer Science and/or engineering majors are preferred, while other majors may be considered
Foundational knowledge of programming languages (e.g. Python, Javascript, Java, C++, C#), databases, data structures, and algorithms

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JPMorgan Chase & Co Advancing Black Pathways (ABP) Fellowship Program Info Session (911067)

JPMorgan Chase & Co Advancing Black Pathways (ABP) Fellowship Program Info Session

Event Date
December 08, 2021 5:00pm - 7:00pm (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Event Description:

In 2019, JPMorgan Chase launched the Advancing Black Pathways (ABP) initiative to solve some of the persistent challenges facing all people, but particularly Black communities. ABP focuses on three areas where there are persistent racial and economic disparities that create barriers to long-term financial success. Three pathways – Wealth, Education and Careers -- have been created to develop solutions that will yield the greatest tangible benefits.
The Opportunity:
Advancing Black Pathways (ABP) Fellowship Program offers a six-week paid, full-time summer fellowship held in select JPMorgan Chase & Co. offices. The ABP Fellowship Program aims to introduce talented and motivated underrepresented college sophomores, in particular Black students, to financial education and to the financial profession. The ideal candidate is interested in the financial industry and strengthening their business acumen.
This opportunity will expose students to hands-on experience, mentorship, and a project-based curriculum, designed to help build a pathway to future opportunities. The ABP Fellowship Program is committed to providing early professional development to students from communities underrepresented in the financial industry. During the Program, participants will also have the ability to experience a deep dive into one of JPMC’s Lines of Business or firmwide functions:
Asset & Wealth Management – providing institutions and individual high net worth clients with innovative strategies and solutions to achieve their investment goals
Commercial Banking – helping medium-sized businesses and local communities succeed with tailored products and solutions in everything from commercial lending to real estate
Corporate & Investment Bank – helping large companies, governments and institutions achieve their strategic business goals by raising capital, restructuring, and more
Consumer & Community Banking (Financial Advisor Development Track) – supporting millions of people and small businesses to make the most of their money, by providing them with financial advice, services and products
Corporate & General Management – developing sound business practices and solutions for the firm and our clients including finance, audit, human resources, analytics, project and process management
Software Engineering – building technology solutions and applications that impact millions of customers and businesses worldwide
There are different location options based on the track you select. Please note potential placement could include any of our offices within the city’s metropolitan area.
Successful completion of the Fellowship Program can lead to an offer for one of JPMC’s summer internships the following year.

NEXT STEPS:
Want to learn more before applying? Submit your interest in attending the general info session using this form and mark your calendars! After you submit your interest to the info session and if you meet the minimum qualifications, you will receive a formal invitation with the dial-in information for the info session. We will inform you if you do not meet the minimum qualifications. This information will be shared a few business days before the session. Please note info session attendance is not required to apply for the program.
Interested and ready to apply? Submit your application to a maximum of 2 tracks only:
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Corporate Client & Specialized Industries Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210187575/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Middle Market & Specialized Industries Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210187520/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Commercial Real Estate Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210187475/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Innovation Development Program Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210187610/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Financial Advisor Development Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210193343/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Corporate & General Management Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210192677/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Asset & Wealth Management Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210187344/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Corporate & Investment Bank Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210197733/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Software Engineering Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210183738/?utm_medium=jobshare
Note:
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so we encourage you to complete each step of the application as soon as possible.
Apply by November 4, 2021 and complete HireVue by November 7, 2021 for consideration for December interviews (Wave 1).
Apply by December 29, 2021 and complete HireVue by January 6, 2022 for consideration for February interviews (Wave 2).

ABOUT YOU:
To be eligible for this program, you must be authorized to work in the U.S. on a permanent basis. We do not offer any type of employment-based immigration sponsorship for this program. Likewise, JPMorgan Chase & Co., will not provide any assistance or sign any documentation in support of any other form of immigration sponsorship or benefit including optional practical training (OPT) or curricular practical training (CPT). If you will require employer immigration sponsorship after completing your degree, you do not meet the basic requirements for this program.
Ideal candidates for the program are creative, innovative team players with problem solving, planning and organizational skills and a strong interest in developing professional skills for future opportunities in financial services. Additional requirements include:
Sophomore standing (expected graduation date between December 2023 and June 2024)
Preferred minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
Attend college/university in the U.S.
All majors considered
Demonstrates commitment to campus involvement, community service work, and/or related leadership activity
For participants in the Software Engineering function:
Computer Science and/or engineering majors are preferred, while other majors may be considered
Foundational knowledge of programming languages (e.g. Python, Javascript, Java, C++, C#), databases, data structures, and algorithms

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 Reaching Consumers with Growth Marketing: Career Conversations Week 2021 - Creative & Content, News & Sports Day (908319)

Reaching Consumers with Growth Marketing: Career Conversations Week 2021 - Creative & Content, News & Sports Day

Explore the Direct-To-Consumer world through the Growth Marketing lens as our leaders share insight about the industry and the key roles their teams play at Warner Media.
Stick around after this conversation for an open Q&A with our recruiters where they will be sharing best practices on landing a role with the Growth Marketing teams at Warner Media.
Register today to reserve your spot!

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The Numbers Behind the Screen: A Discussion with Warner Media Finance: Career Conversations Week 2021 - Corporate & Sales Day  (908297)

The Numbers Behind the Screen: A Discussion with Warner Media Finance: Career Conversations Week 2021 - Corporate & Sales Day

Before the cameras start rolling, it all starts with the numbers. Our corporate finance and accounting teams are integral to the groundbreaking storytelling work we do here at Warner Media. Pull up a chair and join our distinguished panel of financial experts who will share their experiences and provide insight on how accounting and finance impact the business, guide strategy and position the company for growth and innovation.
Register today to reserve your spot!

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The Ad Landscape: Changing Trends in Marketing & Technology: Career Conversations Week 2021 - Corporate & Sales Day  (908299)

The Ad Landscape: Changing Trends in Marketing & Technology: Career Conversations Week 2021 - Corporate & Sales Day

Want the autonomy of being an entrepreneur, but the safety of corporate support? We have a number of ad sales roles at WarnerMedia that provide a good mix of marketing and free enterprise. We’ve curated a panel of high-performing ad sales professionals, who can share their career highlights of how they land big accounts, utilize technology to engage clients and customers, and employ new marketing techniques.
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JPMorgan Chase & Co Advancing Black Pathways (ABP) Fellowship Program Info Session (911069)

JPMorgan Chase & Co Advancing Black Pathways (ABP) Fellowship Program Info Session

Event Date
December 08, 2021 5:00pm - 7:00pm (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Event Description:

In 2019, JPMorgan Chase launched the Advancing Black Pathways (ABP) initiative to solve some of the persistent challenges facing all people, but particularly Black communities. ABP focuses on three areas where there are persistent racial and economic disparities that create barriers to long-term financial success. Three pathways – Wealth, Education and Careers -- have been created to develop solutions that will yield the greatest tangible benefits.
The Opportunity:
Advancing Black Pathways (ABP) Fellowship Program offers a six-week paid, full-time summer fellowship held in select JPMorgan Chase & Co. offices. The ABP Fellowship Program aims to introduce talented and motivated underrepresented college sophomores, in particular Black students, to financial education and to the financial profession. The ideal candidate is interested in the financial industry and strengthening their business acumen.
This opportunity will expose students to hands-on experience, mentorship, and a project-based curriculum, designed to help build a pathway to future opportunities. The ABP Fellowship Program is committed to providing early professional development to students from communities underrepresented in the financial industry. During the Program, participants will also have the ability to experience a deep dive into one of JPMC’s Lines of Business or firmwide functions:
Asset & Wealth Management – providing institutions and individual high net worth clients with innovative strategies and solutions to achieve their investment goals
Commercial Banking – helping medium-sized businesses and local communities succeed with tailored products and solutions in everything from commercial lending to real estate
Corporate & Investment Bank – helping large companies, governments and institutions achieve their strategic business goals by raising capital, restructuring, and more
Consumer & Community Banking (Financial Advisor Development Track) – supporting millions of people and small businesses to make the most of their money, by providing them with financial advice, services and products
Corporate & General Management – developing sound business practices and solutions for the firm and our clients including finance, audit, human resources, analytics, project and process management
Software Engineering – building technology solutions and applications that impact millions of customers and businesses worldwide
There are different location options based on the track you select. Please note potential placement could include any of our offices within the city’s metropolitan area.
Successful completion of the Fellowship Program can lead to an offer for one of JPMC’s summer internships the following year.

NEXT STEPS:
Want to learn more before applying? Submit your interest in attending the general info session using this form and mark your calendars! After you submit your interest to the info session and if you meet the minimum qualifications, you will receive a formal invitation with the dial-in information for the info session. We will inform you if you do not meet the minimum qualifications. This information will be shared a few business days before the session. Please note info session attendance is not required to apply for the program.
Interested and ready to apply? Submit your application to a maximum of 2 tracks only:
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Corporate Client & Specialized Industries Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210187575/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Middle Market & Specialized Industries Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210187520/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Commercial Real Estate Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210187475/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Commercial Banking – Innovation Development Program Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210187610/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Financial Advisor Development Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210193343/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Corporate & General Management Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210192677/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Asset & Wealth Management Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210187344/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Corporate & Investment Bank Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210197733/?utm_medium=jobshare
2022 Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program – Software Engineering Track
https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210183738/?utm_medium=jobshare
Note:
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so we encourage you to complete each step of the application as soon as possible.
Apply by November 4, 2021 and complete HireVue by November 7, 2021 for consideration for December interviews (Wave 1).
Apply by December 29, 2021 and complete HireVue by January 6, 2022 for consideration for February interviews (Wave 2).

ABOUT YOU:
To be eligible for this program, you must be authorized to work in the U.S. on a permanent basis. We do not offer any type of employment-based immigration sponsorship for this program. Likewise, JPMorgan Chase & Co., will not provide any assistance or sign any documentation in support of any other form of immigration sponsorship or benefit including optional practical training (OPT) or curricular practical training (CPT). If you will require employer immigration sponsorship after completing your degree, you do not meet the basic requirements for this program.
Ideal candidates for the program are creative, innovative team players with problem solving, planning and organizational skills and a strong interest in developing professional skills for future opportunities in financial services. Additional requirements include:
Sophomore standing (expected graduation date between December 2023 and June 2024)
Preferred minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
Attend college/university in the U.S.
All majors considered
Demonstrates commitment to campus involvement, community service work, and/or related leadership activity
For participants in the Software Engineering function:
Computer Science and/or engineering majors are preferred, while other majors may be considered
Foundational knowledge of programming languages (e.g. Python, Javascript, Java, C++, C#), databases, data structures, and algorithms

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Recruiting for Recruiters: Building an Exceptional Talent Acquisition Team: Career Conversations Week 2021 - Corporate & Sales Day  (908331)

Recruiting for Recruiters: Building an Exceptional Talent Acquisition Team: Career Conversations Week 2021 - Corporate & Sales Day

At WarnerMedia, we drive change through compelling storytelling that is both inclusive and socially relevant. It is vital that our internal teams be as culturally diverse as the films and shows that we produce to maintain our pulse on the culture. One way to do that is to increase the diversity within our recruitment teams, who can make those cultural connections to attract talent to the company. Learn about recruiting roles that will help further drive the change we seek as a company.
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Entertainment Law Career Pathways: A Conversation with our Corporate Attorneys: Career Conversations Week 2021 - Corporate & Sales Day  (908333)

Entertainment Law Career Pathways: A Conversation with our Corporate Attorneys: Career Conversations Week 2021 - Corporate & Sales Day

Behind every great film, show or productions is an amazing team of lawyers. At WarnerMedia, that team is responsible for brokering major deals with talent, drafting high-profile contracts and safeguarding cutting-edge intellectual property among other things. Corporate law just isn’t the same in news, sports and entertainment, it’s way cooler. Learn about opportunities in this space from our distinguished panel of speakers and recruiters.
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Teaching Residents at Teachers College Columbia Information Session  (913292)

Teaching Residents at Teachers College Columbia Information Session

Join TR@TC's Karina Castellanos to learn more about the program. In addition, TR@TC's current student Christina, who is enrolled to become dual certified to teach English language arts and special education, will join us to share more about her experience with TR@TC. The session will close with a 15-20 minute Q&A.

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Personal Finance: Everything You Always Wanted To Know (894600)

Personal Finance: Everything You Always Wanted To Know

Stressed and confused about personal finances? The solution isn’t to make more money, it’s to manage your money. In this program you’ll learn how to plan, budget, and balance your income and expenses so you can enjoy your life during college and as you embark on your career. The goal of this course will be for you to gain a thorough understanding of introductory concepts in Personal Finance for making personal financial decisions that lead to making the best choices possible to culminate in your successful future.
When: Mondays/Wednesdays (1/03/2022-1/19/22)
Where: via Zoom
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
Cost: Free
At the completion of this Personal Finance module you should be able to :
-Summarize the basics of the financial planning process
-Demonstrate the use of time value of money concepts regarding personal finance
-Compare and contrast techniques used to manage cash
-Identify the various types of credit used to finance expenses
-Create and analyze personal financial statements and a budget
-Prepare and review a simple tax form
-Discover a realistic retirement plan
Your instructor, Louann Cummings, is a tenured Professor of Business at the University of Findlay She received her BA in economics from Denison University, an MBA (and CPA) from the University of Toledo, and a Doctor of Business Management from Case Western Reserve University. Her passion is helping students and colleagues, regardless of their course of study, become exceptional global leaders who truly make a difference. She also worked for Root Learning, Inc. developing learning map technologies for companies such as Harley-Davidson, ATT Wireless, Motorola, UPS, and Whirlpool.

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Accelerator: Intro to Excel (894608)

Accelerator: Intro to Excel

Excel is a foundational tool used by every company and many individuals for building contact lists, personal budgets, financial statements, data management, and revenue projections. During four sessions that take place over two weeks, you will learn:
Sheets
Data entry
Cell formatting
Formulas
Basic/Advanced functions
Graphs
An introduction to pivot tables
An introduction to advanced topics
Personal practice in Excel is highly recommended. Weekly exercises are assigned to help you consolidate your knowledge.
You’ll understand the robust functionality of Excel, and how to leverage this tool during college and even at the start of your career.
When: Tuesdays/Thursdays: (1/04/2022 - 1/20/2022)
Where: Online (via Zoom)
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 PM (EDT)
Cost: $400, but free with promo code EdgeCredential
NOTE: By participating and attending all of the classes, you will earn a credential that signifies the time and effort you put into this program. You can include this credential on your resume and post it to your LinkedIn profile.
Your instructor, Amanda Nugent, is a Cross-Functional Leader & Consumer Advocate currently working at The Walt Disney Company as a Manager of Consumer Insights. Amanda previously worked as a Senior Statistician at Nestle, and as a Statistician at E&J Gallo Winery.
Amanda holds a BS in Mathematics from California State University - Stanislaus, an MS in Statistics from California State University - East Bay, and an MBA from Otterbein University.

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Foundation: Building Trust & Integrity (903760)

Foundation: Building Trust & Integrity

People with integrity live their values in relationships with fellow students, coworkers, customers, and stakeholders.
-Honesty and trust are central to integrity.
-Acting with honor and truthfulness are fundamental for a person with integrity.
You build your personal reputation and brand every day. In this Denison Edge Foundation program, you will better understand and live the values of integrity and trust - essential principles for people who want to make their mark as individuals, managers and leaders.
When: Mondays (2 total sessions) January 5, 12
Where: Online (via Zoom)
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 PM (each session)
Cost: $25
NOTE: By participating and attending both sessions, you will earn a credential that signifies the time and effort you put into this program. You can include this credential on your resume and post it to your LinkedIn profile.
Instructor: Your instructor, Don English, is President of English & Associates and has successfully led both union and non-union operations, domestically and internationally. Prior to starting his company, Don was the VP of Administrations for 17 years at Honda of America and American Honda. He has a BBA in Labor & Industrial Relations and a MS in Human Resources.

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Internship Boot Camp, Winter Break Edition (901345)

Internship Boot Camp, Winter Break Edition

Join us January 6-7 virtually from 12:30-4:30 p.m. ET if you are hoping to gain some experience this summer but need some help getting there! Our new Internship Boot Camp will help support you in pursuing a great experience for Summer 2022. This experience will include workshops to set you up for success AND structured time you can spend refining your resume & cover letter, finding opportunities, or preparing and sending out applications, with a team of coaches there to support and guide you along the way!
Attend Internship Boot Camp If…
You have a general idea of what types of internships you want (if you still trying to figure this out, check out the Journey Program)
You’ve been saying “I’ll start looking for an internship over winter break” but don’t really know where to start
You want to learn how to take advantage of all the tools available to set you up for success
You want to make a concrete plan for securing a summer internship

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Internship Success:  A Conversation with Employers and Students (904974)

Internship Success: A Conversation with Employers and Students

During this virtual event, you will have the opportunity to hear from internship employers and students about all the elements of a strong internship experience, from ensuring you submit a strong application to preparing to nail your interview to succeeding and impressing your employer in the role.
Attend Internship Success: A Conversation with Employers and Students if...
You are in the process of looking for an internship for the summer and want tips and advice about how to stand out
You have already secured an internship but want to hear from employers and peers about how to make the most of your experience and leverage it for your future career

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The Journey Program  (903191)

The Journey Program

Join The Journey Program virtually January 10-13, 2022, from 10-12 ET to become intentional about your life and utilize your time at Denison in the most powerful way possible. You will spend time reflecting on what fulfills you, determine how to be successful, and craft a detailed plan for the rest of your time at Denison. You will be able to progress from being uncertain about potential career options to developing a career exploration plan and creating key materials to support your journey.
Attend the Journey Program if…
You are unclear about what career path(s) might be of interest to you
You feel unsure about where to start in your career planning
You want to learn more about how to obtain the information you need in order to make career planning decisions
You want to create a career roadmap for your remaining time at Denison

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Senior Career Ready Boot Camp (896936)

Senior Career Ready Boot Camp

Join us on Campus January 12-14, 2022. Don’t worry, there won’t be any push-ups or sprints, but you will spend 3 days working hard to kick your future into shape. During Boot Camp you’ll participate in workshops to set you up for success AND spend structured time finding opportunities and preparing and sending out MANY applications……with a team of coaches right there to support and guide you along the way!
Attend the Senior Boot Camp if….
You are in the process of planning for what is next
You need guidance finding relevant opportunities
You need additional support and coaching as you apply
You just need a kick in the pants to get moving and on your way to achieving your post-graduation goals

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Virtual Fair: This is Public Health (863361)

Virtual Fair: This is Public Health

Meet school representatives from Public Health Schools & Programs
Free for all prospective students and advisors to attend
Please note this is a virtual event, so you will register and attend individually.

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Equity Talks: Selling Sustainability: Equity, Capitalism, and Sustainability Culture (910255)

Equity Talks: Selling Sustainability: Equity, Capitalism, and Sustainability Culture

Consumer culture is a culprit of inequities in our lives, and especially lives of marginalized communities. In this event, we'll examine the intersection of capitalism, race, and the fashion industry, how sustainability and consumerism try (but often fail) to coexist, and how we can examine and unlearn our consumer behavior to ensure we further equity and decrease our contributions to the environmental crisis.

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Career Planning Conference (903381)

Career Planning Conference

Join your peers and alumni on January 28 and 29 for our annual Career Planning Conference. This conference is designed to help you gain confidence in your career direction, reduce stress around career planning, and give you time to create a career action plan, all while being inspired by those who were in your shoes not long ago. During the conference, you will learn how to prepare yourself for your post-Denison life. A number of Denison alumni will share about different career paths, answer questions and discuss how their careers have evolved. You will hear from current juniors and seniors about their summer planning process, what they learned and how their experiences aided their career planning.
Most importantly, you will leave the event Saturday feeling inspired and excited about your career possibilities and you will be ready to activate your individualized career plan.

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Accelerator: Creative Problem Solving (906867)

Accelerator: Creative Problem Solving

Everyone wants innovation, but how is it achieved? Innovation, versus invention, is multidisciplinary and collective. This accelerator develops both the individual and collective creative problem-solving skills and methods, which are at the cornerstone of innovation.
-The objectives of this accelerator are:
-Increase individual and collective creativity
-Develop a more creative attitude
-Develop a balanced and complete approach for solving problems with innovation skills
-Apply a process of creative problem solving, individually and interacting with others
When: Thursdays, February 3, 10, 17, 24
Where: via Zoom Link
Time: 6PM - 8PM
Cost: $400
NOTE: By participating and attending all of the classes, you will earn a credential that signifies the time and effort you put into this program. You can include this credential on your resume and post it to your LinkedIn profile.
Meet Your Instructor
Mercè Graell is a design strategist, researcher, and educator with over 25 years of applied experience leading human-centered design projects and programs in different countries. Currently, she is the Strategic Design Director at Stratos Innovation Group. She also teaches at Otterbein University MBA in Columbus, Ohio, and at IED Barcelona among other international universities.

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Education Opportunities Job Fair (881403)

Education Opportunities Job Fair

We will be hosting a K-12 Teacher Job Fair in Atlanta on February 5th 2022 for active Southern Teachers candidates and our member schools.
Want to interview directly with hiring officials at private schools?
Apply to Southern Teachers before December 1, 2021 to be eligible to attend.
All active Southern Teachers candidates are eligible to participate in this virtual fair. This event is free for all active Southern Teachers candidates, as all are services are always free to candidates.
What qualifications do you need to be a teacher candidate?
• Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree, or Doctorate Degree
• Teacher Certification required if teaching Elementary grades
• For secondary school positions, certification is a plus, but not mandatory
• Passion for working with kids and sharing your love for athletics or extracurricular activities
Attending our job fair is a powerful way to explore teaching opportunities for the 2022-23 school year.
Please feel free to message us via Handshake with any questions.
**Entry to the event will require proof of vaccination, along with valid photo ID.**

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Credential: Finance & Accounting (874474)

Credential: Finance & Accounting

The Finance and Accounting Credentialed Program is for:
College students who want to pursue finance/accounting as a career
Recent graduates who desire this credential to enter their preferred professions
Career professionals to add to their skill base and increase their value proposition in their current career or for a potential career pivot
In this Finance & Accounting credentialed program, you will gain fiscal understanding and a set of skills that will serve you well across multiple industries and careers. You will learn:
The language of accounting
Fundamental interpretations of financial data and the accounting process
Accounting for liabilities and stockholders’ equity
Financial statement analysis
In addition, you will learn to:
Create and analyze balance sheets, income statements, statements of retained earnings, and cash flow statements
Communicate financial accounting information to a variety of audiences
Apply future value and present value concepts to determine valuation to facilitate decision-making
Explain how managerial accounting information facilitates planning, controlling, and performance evaluation
Describe the role of finance and financial markets in business
Apply techniques for estimating the cost of capital

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Credential Program: Finance & Accounting (887623)

Credential Program: Finance & Accounting

This program is free to Bluffton, Capital, Denison, Kenyon, Heidelberg, Marietta, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Wittenberg & Wooster students with registration code - EdgeCredential - entered at the Eventbrite registration link, where you will be redirected.
The demand for people knowledgeable in Finance & Accounting is growing! Get your Finance and Accounting credential and prepare for a position as a Research Associate, Financial Analyst, Loan Officer, and more. Find exciting starting salaries for these and other Finance & Accounting positions in your location on Glassdoor or Indeed.
The Finance and Accounting Credentialed Program is for College students who want to pursue finance/accounting as a career. In this Finance & Accounting credentialed program, you will gain fiscal understanding and a set of skills that will serve you well across multiple industries and careers.
You will learn:
- The language of accounting
- Fundamental interpretations of financial data and the accounting process
- Accounting for liabilities and stockholders’ equity
- Financial statement analysis
In addition, you will learn to:
- Create and analyze balance sheets, income statements, statements of retained earnings, and cash flow statements
- Communicate financial accounting information to a variety of audiences
- Apply future value and present value concepts to determine valuation to facilitate decision-making
- Explain how managerial accounting information facilitates planning, controlling, and performance evaluation
- Describe the role of finance and financial markets in business
- Apply techniques for estimating the cost of capital
When: Mondays (10 total sessions): February 7, 14, 21, 28, March 7, 21, 28, April 4, 11, 18
Where: Denison Launch Lab | 300 Marconi Blvd #200, Columbus, OH 43215 (transportation will be available)
Time: 5:30 - 8:30 PM (each session)
NOTE: By fully participating you will earn a Credential from the Denison Launch Lab to include on your résumé and your LinkedIn profile.
Your instructor, Ronnie Weiner, is an experienced Fixed Income Portfolio/Fund Manager skilled in High Yield Fixed Income, FX Hedging, Credit Analysis, and Asset Management. Ronnie studied Political Science/Pre-law and Mathematics while obtaining a minor in mathematical philosophy at Ohio University. He received his Master’s in Financial Economics from Ohio University in 2008. Throughout his master’s program, Ronnie focused his research on the United States yield curve, including his theses titled, “Deconstructing the Yield Curve using Economic Indicators Most Pertinent to the United States Dollar.” After graduation, Ronnie began his bond trading career at Huntington Trust (later reorganized to Huntington Asset Advisors) in 2006. Throughout his career, he rose from a bond trader to a senior bond trader, portfolio manager, and finally, Mutual Fund Manager with $4 billion AUM. After Huntington Asset Advisors was sold in 2015, Ronnie was hired to design, develop, structure, implement, and manage the bond trading department for a private equity firm in Columbus, Ohio. In 2018, Ronnie was able to fulfill a lifelong dream of teaching bond trading at his alma mater, Ohio University. He is currently teaching Fixed Income Trading and Analysis, Risk & Insurance Business Economics for the College of Business, as well as Fixed Income Securities and Portfolio Management and Corporate Finance for the Masters of Financial Economics.

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Credential: Marketing for Every Industry (874479)

Credential: Marketing for Every Industry

The Marketing Credentialed Program is for...
College students who want to pursue marketing as a career
Recent graduates who desire this credential to enter their preferred professions
Career professionals to add to their skill base and increase their value proposition in their current career or for a potential career pivot
Through a potent combination of lectures, in-class exercises, case studies, expert guest speakers, and articles by Marketing thought-leaders, you will learn:
Digital Marketing Practices
Websites, User Experience, Web Analytics, Databases, CRM, Customer Journeys, Paid Advertising, Content Marketing/Social Media, Email Marketing
Marketing to businesses and consumers (B2B and B2C)
Market Research
Marketing Planning
Analytical Frameworks
Value Propositions
Customer Behavior, including The “Jobs to Be Done” Model
Storytelling
Careers in Marketing

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Credential Program: Sales Skills for Every Industry (804655)

Credential Program: Sales Skills for Every Industry

This program is free to Denison students with registration code - EdgeCredential - entered at the Eventbrite registration link, where you will be redirected.
The demand for Sales skills is growing! Sales have dramatically changed — no cold calling— today's Salespeople are consultants with companies and customers seeking solutions.
Get your Sales Skills credential and prepare for an exciting position as a Customer Consultant, Operations Assistant, Inbound Sales Specialist, Strategic Advisor, and more. Find exciting starting salaries for these and other Sales positions in your location on Glassdoor or Indeed.
The Sales Skills Credentialed Program is for College students who want to problem-solve and work with clients in their career. Through a potent combination of interactive exercises, role-playing, industry & sales-focused guest speakers, and lectures, you will learn sales processes and skills that can be applied across many industries and sales roles, including:
- Sales fundamentals
- Ethics
- Sales process: Engage, Understand, Connect, Close
- Negotiations
- Building customer success
- Sales in a digital world
- Closing the final sales call
- Personal marketing
- Networking
- Career development
When: Wednesdays (10 total sessions)...February 9, 16, 23, March 2, 9, 23, 30, April 6, 13, 20
Where: Denison Launch Lab; 300 Marconi Blvd #200, Columbus, OH 43215 (transportation will be available)
Time: 5:30 - 8:30 PM (each session)
NOTE: By fully participating in this program you will earn a Credential from Denison Edge to include on your résumé and LinkedIn profile.
Co-instructors: Clark MacDonald and Emily Tanoury have a combined tenure in sales of over 40 years.
Clark is an experienced client executive with a proven track record of helping clients achieve business results with creative consulting and technology solutions. He is currently SVP of Business Development at Core Scientific, with previous sales experience at both Microsoft and IBM.
Emily is an enthusiastic and diligent enterprise software sales professional focused on helping Fortune 500 organizations achieve maximum value from their data through cutting-edge technologies such as IoT, Blockchain, and Advanced Analytics, as well as determining the appropriate journey and balance of cloud solutions. She is currently working sales for Microsoft in Data and AI Solutions, with previous client experience at IBM and Harvard Business School.

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Credential: Logistics & Supply Chain Management (874484)

Credential: Logistics & Supply Chain Management

Today more than ever before, it is clear that Logistics & Supply Chain knowledge is critical to every industry. Upskill yourself into an exciting career that gives you the desirable assets and flexibility to transfer into almost any business, city, and country around the globe.
Logistics & Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the coordination, management, and strategy that drives the flow of data, information, resources, and materials to deliver the best product and service to all stakeholders. Well-paid positions include logistics and distribution managers, supply chain design and planning, procurement and supply management, and more. Find exciting starting salaries for these and other SCM positions in your location on Glassdoor or Indeed.
The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Credential Program is for:
College students who want to solve problems, and engage in the rapidly growing industry of logistics & supply chain
Recent graduates who desire a career in logistics & supply chain or a credential to expand their current professional skillset
Career professionals seeking to add to their skill base and increase their value proposition in their current career or for a potential career pivot
Through a combination of historical references, interactive exercises, site visits, industry-leading guest speakers, and lectures, you will learn the ins & outs of logistics and supply chain management skills that can be applied across many industries and roles. Topics include:
SCM History and Terminology
Process Improvement/Quality/Lean Six Sigma
Technology in SCM
SCM Strategy and Finance
Demand Management, Order Management, Customer Service.
Inventory Management
Transportation & Transportation Management
Fulfillment, Warehouse Management, & Facility Location
Procurement, Packaging, Material Handling
International Logistics

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