Looking to have a fabulous job after college? Well the Fall season is recruiting time and not just for CQA! A number of businesses are interested in speaking with smart LGBTQ Columbia Students interested in a variety of fields.
Networking events like some of the ones listed below can always be a little intimidating, but they’re a great opportunity to learn more about the field and see if it’s something you’re really interested in. And if you’re a little suspicious send off an email! They’ll be a happy to answer your questions.
We’ll do our best to keep you updated on business opportunities of all kinds but for now check out these opportunities posted below right after the jump!
- McKinsey & Company would like to invite you to join us on Friday, Sept. 25th from 1-2:30pm for a casual coffee chat to learn about careers at McKinsey & Company and what it means to be “out” as a LGBT member at McKinsey & Co. Come and meet members of GLAM (gay and lesbians at McKinsey) at Le Monde Restaurant, 2885 Broadway between w.112 & w.113th.
To RSVP, please go here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=vjI45tyVrP1_2f6pWyWi7h5Q_3d_3
- LoveLife: The Search for Young Social Entrepreneurs,” was created by non-profit organization AID FOR AIDS, International as an effort to
find and support young change-makers.
The LoveLife competition takes place during the Fall of 2009, ending
on December 15th. It is open to anyone between 16 and 25 years old.
The entrant registers as a competitor and works on a project that will
spread awareness and raise funds for HIV/AIDS efforts. Throughout the competition, the LoveLife staff is available to competitors as a guide and a resource. The money raised by individual participants will go directly to HIV/AIDS patients at home and abroad. Toward the end of the competition, five finalists will submit a proposal for expanding
their ideas into full-fledged campaigns. To get more information or to register as a competitor, visit