JPMorgan Chase programs


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:

The Launching Leaders event on October 14th:



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4th Annual Professoriate Retreat

Completed graduate school and ready for the next step? The Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Ohio University is offering a weekend where graduate students, from underrepresented populations, who are interested in entering the professoriate after the completion of their doctoral degrees will receive the opportunity to convene and connect across various disciplines of study. This annual retreat orients students with doctoral minds in an environment where the rigors of graduate school are put into perspective within a scholarly atmosphere. The purpose of the retreat is to develop students’ structural goals for not only their education but their lives, the Professoriate Retreat will include topics such as: using your research for social change; how to internationalize your research; how best to navigate the advisor-advisee relationship; how to structure your research; the role of mentors and “teamwork” in the academy; the nature of publishing; understanding the many roles as an academic; and finding balance in the professoriate.

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Paid Summer Research Fellowship

American Bar Foundation’s 2015 Montgomery Summer Research Diversity Fellowships Application due February 15, 2015Purpose:

The American Bar Foundation sponsors an annual program of summer research fellowships to interest undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds in pursuing graduate study in the social sciences. The summer program is designed to introduce students to the rewards and demands of a research-oriented career in the field of law and social science. The program is supported in part by the Kenneth F. and Harle G. Montgomery Foundation, AT&T, and the National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates.

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Medical Internship Opportunities

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The Mount Sinai International Exchange Program for Minority Students is an internship program that selects the best minority students for fully-paid international research internships. Selected students are matched with an international mentor and conduct research in any of various topics. Research projects can include many different disciplines such as public health, epidemiology, cell biology, community-based research or biostatistics. The International Exchange Program emphasizes collaboration and the exchange of scientific and cultural knowledge in an atmosphere of support for diversity.

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