“Study Abroad in Economics and Business” Info Session
THIS Thursday, Oct. 31
International Center Dining Room
Come learn more about study abroad opportunities for Business and Economics students! At this event, we’ll cover:
- How to find programs that offer Business and Econ classes
- Popular Business/Econ study abroad countries and schools
- How to get major or minor credit for your study abroad classes
- Plus, hear from a study abroad returnee about their experiences!
The Financial Professionals Network invites you to attend the BrightEyes Information Session this November 7, 2013. Founded by alumni Tiffany Stone, BrightEyes is a nonprofit program dedicated to providing students with an opportunity to experience a potential career and grow their knowledge and network in an industry. Two students will be selected each school year to travel to a city for 4-5 days, where they will have the opportunity to meet and network with UCSD alumni across different career areas and disciplines within an industry and take company tours of a few prominent firms. Alumni from New York, San Francisco, Houston, Los Angeles, and San Diego will be coming to UCSD for the event. This event is open to students of all majors!
The upcoming San Francisco BrightEyes trip, which will focus on the Venture Capital, Startup and Private Equity industry, will be announced at the event. Please attend to learn more about the application process Additionally, there will be a Q&A and networking session for the students to meet the UCSD Alumni in attendance.
When: November 7, 2013 from 5:00-7:00pm
Where: Career Services Center
Bring copies of resume
Tips for future CPAs:
What’s best, MBA or Masters in Accounting? (follow link for full article)
“As you work toward becoming a CPA, there are some other letters you can earn behind your name. Two of the most popular are MAcc (Master of Accountancy) and MBA (Master of Business Administration). Which ones you get, if any, is a matter of preference—so how do you know which one is right for you?”
Calling all Bio-entrepreneurs!
SR One and the Oxbridge Biotech Roundtable is launching OneStart, a life sciences-based idea competition for young entrepreneurs.
OneStart is open to aspiring life science entrepreneurs aged 35 and younger, who are living or working in the Europe or Americas. The competition will be run in stages and covers four tracks: drug discovery, medical devices, diagnostics and health IT. Entrants can join individually or as a team, and are encouraged to recruit other scientists and even business students.
Teams will be given access to mentors and other resources, and have the opportunity to network with leading pharmaceutical companies, venture capitalists and advisory firms. A judging panel of experts will select the ultimate winner. The prize will be awarded to the most compelling idea with the potential to impact the lives of patients.
The winner will receive $150k and free lab space at QB3, as well as free legal and intellectual property advice.
Career Options in Business Panel Event
Wednesday, October 23, 5-7pm
Career Services Center
Lakshya Datta ’11 , Launchora
Lakshya Datta recently started Launchora, an online platform and marketplace where users can share and monetize on their creative content. He is currently teaching a class “Introduction to Investment Banking” for credit as an Adjunct Lecturer at SDSU’s School of Business Administration, Department of Finance. He serves as the Alumni Vice President for the Financial Professionals Network at UCSD and was the President of FPN as an undergraduate. Prior to launching his own company, he worked at Objective Capital Partners and TGG Capital. Lakshya obtained a B.S. in Management Science from UC San Diego in 2011.
Jenn Li ‘12, Intuit
Jenn Li is a corporate communications specialist at Intuit where she manages public and media relations dealing with broadcast (TV), and press (Online & Print) interviews for TurboTax. In addition, she leads Intuit’s social content strategy across all social media platforms. She graduated from UC San Diego in 2012 with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in business. While a student at UCSD she was actively involved with Alpha Kappa Psi and Alpha Chi Omega.
Brian Long ‘00, Milliman
Brian Long is an assistant actuary in Milliman’s San Diego office. He has worked in the actuarial field since 2003. Prior to joining Milliman, he managed the actuarial and underwriting departments for Sharp Health Plan, a regional not-for-profit health plan. Brian obtained his Bachelor’s of Science in Math from UC San Diego and JD from the University of Minnesota.
Mac Witmer ‘13, LinkedIn
Mac Witmer is a recent graduate from UC San Diego who currently works at LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network. Witmer is a member of the Inaugural Class of GSO University – LinkedIn’s New Graduate Rotational Program in The Global Sales Organization. As a GSO U Associate, she rotates through various functions of LinkedIn from Recruiting to Customer Operations to Sales Development. While at UC San Diego, Witmer majored in Communication and Minored in Art History. She served as the President of The Undergraduate Communication Society and as a UC San Diego College Ambassador.
LinkedIn Info Session
October 21, 2013 @ 5-6:30pm
Career Services Center – Horizon Room
Did you know that two new members join LinkedIn every second? If you are looking for an opportunity to shape the direction of one of the world’s fastest growing companies, LinkedIn is the place for you. We are looking for world-class Sales Development Professionals to become an integral part of the Global Sales Organization.
GUEST SPEAKER: Brian Frank, UCSD Alumni, LinkedIn Global Sales Operation
Come find out about LinkedIn and our opportunities.
Food will be served and we will be raffling off gift cards!
SPACE IS LIMITED! Please RSVP – Jill Perez: firstname.lastname@example.org