The Boston College Career Center and the CSOM hosted BC Bank Week, a series of programs aimed at sophomores interested in pursuing jobs in finance.
On Tuesday, more than 2,000 students and 150 companies attended the 2019 Boston College Fall Career and Internship Fair. The fair was advertised as a networking event for all students and alumni from all BC schools. The event, attended by about 14 percent of BC’s students, is a major recruiting event both for companies and…
Educational institutions across the country continue to hash over grade inflation—the notion class averages are increasing, often undeservedly. Boston College joined the war to deflate grades through grading guidelines enacted in the Carroll School of Management (CSOM) in 2018. Sitting in my first management class of the semester, I was hit with the discouraging reminder…
BC’s first-ever Bank Week, which ran during the first full week of February, offered sophomores the opportunity to explore banking careers. Co-sponsored by the Career Center and CSOM, Bank Week was developed partially in response to the banking industry’s accelerated recruiting timeline.
“Even though I knew that I was a Republican, I didn’t know why until I took a Carroll School of Management Core Class as an elective this spring.”
I regret that I must write another letter to the editor, but my last one was insufficient or too late. I still have hope that Boston College can continue to be a place where learning is fostered and prioritized over grades and all students have the opportunity to do well based on their own abilities….
Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase won’t participate in business school recruiting of sophomores, according to the Wall Street Journal. Last year, recruiting for the summer of 2019 opened during the spring semester for sophomores.