PwC’s Trainee Insight Evening

Are you keen to learn how you can earn and study at the same time? Discover how at PwC’s Trainee Insight Evening. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with leaders who started creating their careers through the Trainee Program, network with recent Trainees, as well as gain a genuine understanding of what the program entails, and how your daily work will be contributing to meaningful change.
 
The Insight Evening will be held in both Sydney and Melbourne, and is open to students graduating in 2021. Places are limited so register your interest to attend today via this form 
 
Don’t forget – Trainee Program applications are open now! Find out more on the website.  
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PwC Trainee Program and Semester 2 Roles

Applications are now open for new trainee, grad and vaccie roles. Start creating your career today. Hit the link to apply now!

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BDO 2019/2020 Cadet Program

Looking to get a head-start in your professional career with a world-class accounting firm? 
Apply for a Cadetship with BDO Sydney- where you’ll receive ongoing career development and study support initiatives! 
Applications close 1 September 2019; apply directly via the BDO Job Board – 
https://bit.ly/2SIEKzG  

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EY Corporate Finance Woman of the Year

Are you willing to take action for things you feel passionate about? Entries for EY’s Corporate Finance Woman of the Year competition are open. 

Enter at www.ey.com/au/cfwy now and discover how you can kick start your career journey in corporate finance and bring to life your purpose at the same time. Entries close on Sunday 1 September.

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EY Career Compass Program

Calling all students graduating in 2021. EY’s Career Compass Program provides you with an opportunity to learn more about EY and gain the skills that will help you to grow from student to professional. 

Visit www.ey.com/au/en/careers/students to apply before 30 August!

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2019-20 Morgan Stanley Asia Investment Banking Division Winter Analyst Program

Morgan Stanley believes capital has the power to create positive change in the world. The biggest and most impactful changes come from people like you. If you come to Morgan Stanley, what will you create?

Our Winter Analyst Program is designed to provide a realistic view of Investment Banking by having Winter Analysts assume the functions of Full-time Analysts for 10-12 weeks. You are typically assigned to a specific group where you will work on a variety of transactions. Along the way, you will obtain a strong foundation in the basic skills of financial analysis and deal execution. You will be expected to start learning how to market the Firm’s products and services effectively.

Hiring locations: Hong Kong and Singapore Internship Period: Late November 2019 to early February 2020 (10-12 weeks) 

 

Key responsibilities include:

 • Analyzing financial and operating information relating to corporations and industries. 

• Creating statistical exhibits that analyze comparative financial performance.

• Building models to depict projected financial results and to value companies. 

• Developing marketing memoranda. 

• Participating actively in the execution of financing and/or M&A transactions

 

Skillset / Requirements 

• You are a university student in your penultimate year of study or first-year Master’s student with outstanding academics, graduating in late 2020.

• A genuine interest and understanding of the Asian financial markets 

• Fluency in English required 

• Fluency in Mandarin (for Hong Kong) or a Southeast Asian language (for Singapore) would be an advantage

 

Ready to apply? Click here to apply now.

Application Deadline: 10am HKT, 16 July 2019 (Tuesday)

 

We look forward to receiving your application soon.

For enquiries, please email us at asia.recruit@morganstanley.com.

 

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Macquarie 2019 Summer Internship Program

The best investment you can make is in yourself.

Completing a summer internship will allow you to work alongside leading industry professionals and receive on the job training.

Applications are open for our 2019 Summer Internship Program. Close dates depend on your location. Visit our website for more information.

 

Tips for making your application stand out

Our graduate recruitment team have put together their top tips for making your application stand out. Read the full article.

 

Tips to get the most out of your internship

Internships are often seen as a stepping stone as students transition out of university life, but they are also a great opportunity to solidify your skills, network with industry professionals and take on challenging, new tasks. Read Rebecca Lau’s tips for making the most of your internship.Read the full article.

 

Stories from our Graduates and Interns

Explore career journeys, tips and insights into graduate and intern life at Macquarie. Find out more.

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Quantium Summer Internship

Power your possibilities at Quantium 
 
We combine a diverse team of experts that spans actuaries, statisticians, data scientists, product leaders, strategy consultants, software engineers, delivery managers, industry experts, designers, and futurists – all dedicated to harnessing the power of data to drive transformational outcomes for our clients. Working across 9 offices globally, we are expanding and want you to be part of our journey! 
 
Internships are available as a Data Analyst Summer Intern and Software Engineer Summer Intern, both of which are part of the Quantium Internship Academy
 
Head to our GradConnection page to learn more and to apply! Applications close 4 Aug 2019.

Capital W Alumna: Leader With a Vision

Lauren Maxwell

Lauren Maxwell was Co-President of Capital W in 2017, after leading the Marketing Subcommittee as Marketing Director in 2016. 

Lauren graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce/Media (PR & Advertising) in 2017 and is currently Marketing Manager in the Business Marketing Team at Commonwealth Bank after finishing the Graduate program there.

With a vision of smashing through “1000 Cracks in the Ceiling”, Lauren and her co-president, Tina Vo, continued to urge young women to take risks and “creating their own doors when opportunities do not come knocking.” We now talk to Lauren to hear her favourite Capital W moments and advice for current students!

What was the most rewarding part about being in Capital W?

The most rewarding part of Capital W was the opportunity to connect with like-minded and motivated female students.  Later in my degree, it was the opportunity to give back and inspire younger female students through our events and workshops.

Can you tell us about your favourite/most memorable Capital W experience?

One of the most memorable experiences during my time in Capital W was my first Annual Dinner. I put my hand up to organise the table decorations which, I soon found out, involved getting up at 4am to go to the flower markets the day before the dinner. My house became a make-shift florist as the team and I hand arranged bunches of flowers for the table decorations. At that year’s dinner, the absolute stand out for me was our key note speaker Elizabeth Broderick. Elizabeth told a serious but inspiring story about her work as Australia’s Sex Discrimination Commissioner in the Armed Forces. Her speech reinforced the fact that Gender Equality is the unfinished business of the 21st century.

Can you tell us about your current role at Commonwealth Bank?

I recently finished CommBank’s graduate program and started a full time role as Marketing Manager in the Business Marketing team. I work on marketing initiatives for industries within CommBank’s Business Bank including Retail, Healthcare and Not-For-Profit.

What advice would you give to current students?

Get involved in as much as you possibly can while you’re still at university. Find societies that align with your passions and even if you’re only vaguely interested, take the time to apply for exchange! It was honestly one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.

The theme for this year’s Capital W Annual Dinner is ‘She Means Business’. What does this theme mean to you? 

The first thing that came to mind when thinking about this theme was resilience. Personally, this theme stands for the women who mean business, regardless of what they’re faced with. It’s a call to action for those who sub-consciously (or consciously) continue to act in ways that prevent women from advancing. To me, it’s a call to action for advancing gender equality. 

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J.P. Morgan Online Academy

J.P. Morgan is hosting virtual events for candidates to attend from anywhere they are.

Through the J.P. Morgan Online Academy, students from all majors and backgrounds can learn how to get their career off to a great start. The interactive webinars’ topics include: career advice, recruitment process, business overviews and hot trends in the news. 

This is your chance to hear from J.P. Morgan employees directly and get your questions answered in real time through J.P. Morgan’s live Q&A. 

For more information on the webinar series, visit this link: https://careers.jpmorgan.com/global/en/students/programs/online-academy

To sign up for sessions today, register here: https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/EventLobbyServlet?target=reg20.jsp&referrer=&eventid=2000829&sessionid=1&key=8885F1B902133C52267A675BE9EEA147&regTag=538607&sourcepage=register