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Grant Thornton is a public accounting firm that values our women’s career aspirations. To help our women achieve their goals, we established Women at Grant Thornton, a program with the mission to enhance the recruitment, retention, and advancement of women into leadership positions.
On Friday, November 14th, Grant Thornton’s New England Cluster is inviting a select number of students to spend a day with our Women at Grant Thornton group to explore what sustains women in global leadership positions and … Read more
- Interview Ninja Training, 5:30pm, Rm 108
– Campus Interviews: CliftonLarsonAllen; Liberty Mutual; United Technologies; Wolf & Co.
– Campus Interviews: BNY Mellon; CohnReznick; Raytheon; Sherwin-Williams Company; Wolf & Co.
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– Campus Interviews: FTI Consulting; Novogradac; TJX; Tonneson + Co.
Interested in United Technologies Corporation and its subsidiary, Pratt & Whitney? You’re in luck.
United Technologies is seeking students for its Financial Leadership Program, a two-year rotational program exposing recent graduates to United Technologies business units.
Tomorrow evening, Isenberg alum Bob Bailey (Vice President and CFO of Pratt & Whitney) will be presenting on UTC’s Financial Leadership Program with Kim Patterson (Manager of the Financial Leadership Program). Oh, and there will be pizza, wings & beverages. Don’t miss it!
When: … Read more
Saba Nejatian, Alumna Class of 2009
I’m an Isenberg School of Management alumni, class of 2009 – just thought I would share my story with current UMASS Isenberg students.
I was a finance major back in the day, and I was very unsure about what I wanted to do with my career (I’m sure I’m not alone in this). I was good at numbers, but never saw myself in a banking/corporate finance role. Accounting didn’t really interest me, but I also saw a lot … Read more
I know virtually nothing about computer science or programming languages. For that very reason, learning some basic code has been on my to-do list for the past year or so. It would be an awesome skill to learn, and an even cooler skill to have in my professional “toolkit”. Unfortunately, it’s another one of those things that keeps taking the back-burner on my list of priorities. There’s always something else I either have to do (schoolwork, clubs, etc.) or would rather do when I do actually have … Read more