Brown Brothers Harriman Summer Internship

Overview:

Our program aims to give students valuable real-world experience while helping us meet evolving business needs. We focus on four different tracks designed to lead participants to full-time positions within Investor Services and Administration, Private Banking, Systems, and Investment Management. Qualified applicants can apply for more than one internship area.

We are seeking bright, talented, and diverse students who are excited to grow and lead in our entrepreneurial culture. Ideal candidates will have strong academic performance coupled with varied perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences.

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First-Year Scholarship Opportunity!

A Message from the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life

First-Year Students,

We are writing to inform you all of an opportunity to apply for the Reverend John and Arlena Hasel Award. This $500 award is offered by Mr David E. Hasel ’70 to honor his parents.

This award is intended to allow students with financial need, discretionary income to participate in college life. First preference is to a financially challenged student who is the child or grandchild of a Baptist minister or missionary.

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3 ways to make money online for college students

If you are a college student, chances are you have those weird, awkward blocks of free time that is not enough to cover a part-time job, but maybe too wasteful to just spend chilling on the Internet or watching TV shows. What if I tell you that there are ways you can make money online and utilize that time to make some extra income?

Freelancing

This option has become so popular that there’s a plethora of e-freelancing websites out there to match you with the best gigs for your skills.

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October Trilogy of Events in Black Studies

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The October Trilogy of Events in Black Studies is scheduled from October 4 to October 16. The Trilogy of Events is co-sponsored by the Black Studies, International Studies, History and Art History department. This year’s theme is “The Power of Art in Building Community: Historically, Politically, Culturally, Globally,..” The events are:

Remembering the 60s: Photography Exhibit and Panel Discussion with Rowland Scherman
Time: Tuesday, October 4, 7-8pm

Location: Burke Hall Denison Museum

Description: Panel talk with artist Rowland Scherman, alum Michael Jones, and faculty.

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Master of Management, Wake Forest University

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The Wake Forest Management program is designed to provide students who have studied in the Arts & Sciences an opportunity to pursue an intensive 10-month graduate program in business that provides them an opportunity to continue their development while joining their broader arts and sciences experience with an experiential rigorous management degree.

John Montana, Sr. Associate Director of Enrollment Management, will be on-campus to meet with Denison students to discuss this program on Tuesday, October 4, 2016. You can catch him at Slayter Union from 11:30-1:30pm or set up One on One meetings from 3:00-4:30pm.

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Opportunity for First Gen Students: Meet and Greet with Laura Hartpence

This Friday – September 23rd, the Academic Support and Enrichment Center and the Knowlton Center for Career Exploration are hosting a “Meet and Greet” with Laura Hartpence, a Denison alumna who herself was a first generation college student at Denison and now works in higher education at Colgate University (see bio below).

Stop by the Knowlton Center for Career Exploration (2nd floor Burton Morgan) on Friday, September 23rd between noon and 1pm for a casual conversation with Laura about your experiences at Denison and get her advice around First Gen students in navigating college life as well as tips in networking for career/internship opportunities.

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Students of Color Leadership Conference

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The 26th annual Students of Color Leadership Conference (SoCLC), sponsored by the Great Lakes Colleges Association (GLCA) hosted by a GLCA member institution (this year, The College of Wooster), will take place November 4-6, 2016.

The Center for Cross-Cultural Engagement (CCCE) at Denison University has a limited number of spots for students to attend and is asking interested students to fill out the participant application form. If selected to attend, all associated fees (registration, hotel, accommodation, transportation, and conference meals) will be covered.

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JPMorgan Chase programs

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JPMorgan Chase is launching two events this October: the Winning Women event and the Launching Leaders event for their Finance Analyst Development program. The second program specifically targets Black, Hispanic and Native American students with an interest in Corporate Finance. See the attached flyers below for more information.

Here are the application link:

The Winning Women event on October 7th: https://goo.gl/7Tvfwl

The Launching Leaders event on October 14th: https://goo.gl/FBwwoz

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Paid Internship in Washington, D.C.

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About Foreign Policy: Over the course of almost half a century of award-winning journalism, design, and the presentation of important new ideas for the world’s leading thinkers, Foreign Policy has established itself at the forefront of media organizations devoted to the coverage of global affairs.

The FP Group, the business arm of Foreign Policy, provides custom branding and marketing campaigns for our global network of sovereign and corporate clients, including print ads, digital and native advertising, event sponsorships, research polling, and expert advice on executing successful media campaigns.

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TASTE OF CULTURE 2016: HERE’S TO THE REASONS TO TASTE DENISON

What does Denison taste like to you ?

Oolong tea is my favorite. It’s a little bitter when you take your first sip, but after a few seconds, the bitterness gradually turns into a sweet taste. I always enjoy this process. To me, Denison is much the same. As an international student, I spent a hard time communicating with a culture that is greatly different from my own. However, as I get more and more involved, I found Denison is actually a community that is so willing to embrace differences.

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