Consulting, Finance, Business, Entrepreneurship

Consulting, Finance, Business, Entrepreneurship

Green Hall 441
106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA 02481
hlief@wellesley.edu
cbreiter@wellesley.edu

The Consulting, Finance, Business, & Entrepreneurship Career Community represents diverse career options across many types of organizations. It also carries forward a strong tradition of alumnae who have been very successful in these industries.

Students and alumnae are encouraged to get started by exploring the resources below and scheduling an appointment in Handshake to meet with Hilda Lief and Christina Breitner, the Career Community Advisors for Consulting, Finance, Business, and Entrepreneurship.

 


 

Consulting

Consulting is a career pathway focused on helping clients and organizations solve problems. Examples of consulting careers include, but are not limited to, management/strategy, economic and healthcare consulting.

Finance

Finance includes careers that are broadly focused on helping individuals and organizations to manage, raise, and leverage capital. Examples include commercial banking, investment banking, asset management, and wealth management.

Business & Entrepreneurship

Business is very broad term, and includes both consulting and finance. It also includes careers in real estate, hospitality and service management, food and beverage, retail, transportation, energy and many other sectors.

Entrepreneurship is also a very broad term, but generally refers to transforming a conceptual idea to an actual new company or organization. Roles in a “start-up” environment can span many industries and job functions. But, the common factors in these careers are a high-paced, ambiguous environments where you have to quickly move from idea to taking action.

Consulting, Finance, Business, Entrepreneurship

Green Hall 441
106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA 02481
hlief@wellesley.edu
cbreiter@wellesley.edu

Office hours 

Appointments can be scheduled in Handshake for Mon–Fri.


 

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Top Job Functions

Class of 2019 Top Job Functions in the Consulting, Business, Finance, and Entrepreneurship Community
33.33%
Finance
30.86%
Consulting
6.17%
Business / Development
4.94%
Data & Analytics
3.70%
Research
2.47%
Administration
2.47%
Engineering — Web / Software
2.47%
Operations / Production
2.47%
Product / Project Management
11.07%
Other

CFBE Graduates in the World

What they studied Where they work or attend graduate school What they do
Computer Science & Japanese Language & Culture Wellington Management Company LLP Technology Associate
Computer Science & Economics Putnam Investments Technical Associate: Software Developer
Geosciences Amplified Insurance Partners Senior Account Executive
Psychology New York Life Insurance Company Agent
Mathematics & Russian IQVIA Consulting Services Analyst Consultant
Economics Morgan Stanley Investment Banking Analyst
Africana Studies & Economics JP Morgan Chase & Co. Analyst
Economics & Political Science Capital One Agile Deliverty Lead, DeliverIT
Philosophy Blackstone Group Analyst
Economics Goldman Sachs Securities Analyst
Neuroscience L.E.K. Consulting Associate
Economics & Mathematics Bates White Economic Consulting Consultant II
Psychology Bank of America Merrill Lynch Equity Research Analyst
Biological Sciences Abt Associates Research Assistant
Economics Analysis Group, Inc. Analyst
Political Science Exiger Research Associate
Chinese Language & Culture and History Glenview Capital Management Compliance Analyst
Psychology Goldman Sachs Securities Analyst
Economics Morgan Stanley Investment Banking Analyst
Classics & Economics Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Assistant
Cognitive & Linguistic Sciences and Spanish Root Capital HR & Administration Associate
Economics Ernst & Young LLP Staff Analyst, Quantitative Economics and Statistics Group
Media Arts and Sciences Accenture Project Manager / Scrum Master / Digital Consultant
Economics & Political Science BlackRock Aladdin Client Services Analyst
Economics Citigroup Global Markets Analyst
Cognitive&Linguistic Sciences & Music Accenture Application Development Analyst
Economics ISoftStone Business Analyst
International Relations-Pols Sci MassMutal Corporate Development
Economics Canyon Partners, LLC Business Development Analyst
Neuroscience PricewaterhouseCoopers Associate
* Highlighted outcomes from 2019 graduates

Career Education COVID-19 Impact: FAQs

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This page provides updates to students and alumnae about how Career Education can support you throughout the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, including information about how to make virtual appointments with our team, learn about Career Education events, and keep updated on the impact to experiential learning (internships, fellowships, and civic engagement).

May 1, 2020

True Spark Fellowship and the Priya Haji Fellowship - expected direct application deadline

Eligible: the True Spark Fellowship (TSF) is open to those who identify as Black and/or Latinx. The Priya Haji Fellowship (PHF) is open to individuals who identify as women, trans-women, genderqueer, cisgender, or non-binary. All applicants must be between 21-25 years old and eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship. Applicants must not be on a student visa, on a visa of another type, or in the country under other circumstances that would prevent them from receiving the fellowship stipends.

Postgraduate

True Ventures fellowships are designed to give recent college graduates and graduate-age professionals who are passionate about entrepreneurship an opportunity to forge their paths in the startup world. The True Spark Fellowship is open to those who identify as Black and/or Latinx, and the Priya Haji Fellowship is for those who identify as women. Fellows are paired with True Ventures portfolio companies in the San Francisco Bay Area, where they work for nine months. During their fellowships, participants develop foundational skills to help them build careers at high-growth technology...

Wellesley Career Education Signature Internship Programs

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Lorraine Hanley ’98

Wellesley College Internships are funded internships with organizations who maintain ongoing partnerships with the College to offer intern placement with them every year. Our program partners are leading cultural, educational, and scientific institutions; international agencies; media outlets; advocacy and community organizations; and businesses both within the United States and in countries around the world.

Wellesley Career Education Summer Internship Grants (Stipends for Student-Identified Placements)

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Lorraine Hanley ’98

Through the ongoing and generous support of our donors, the College is able to offer funding to support unpaid internships which students identify on their own. Many award recipients pursue internships in nonprofit organizations focused on education and other community development areas, but funding is available for opportunities in other sectors both within the United States and internationally, as well. In addition to the stipends, Wellesley Career Education staff provide ongoing professional development and career education training throughout their summer experiences.

Consulting

Hilda Lief
Hilda Lief

The word consulting encompasses a wide range of industries and professional job opportunities. To put it simply, a consultant provides “external advice for organizations that require specialist experience or an objective outside perspective on their business.” There are many different types of consulting that can be explored, including management, strategy, economics, healthcare, human resources, and technology. Likewise, there are endless opportunities in all types of industries that use consultants: from education to healthcare to the public sector, consulting can provide many opportunities for you to explore different industries or even just a specific field.  

Finance, Accounting, and Insurance

Hilda Lief
Hilda Lief

A career in Finance can mean many different things, depending on what type of work you’re interested in or what specific subsect you want to explore. Within Finance, you can work in the financial department of an organization (governmental, nonprofit or for-profit) or you can work at a company that provides financial services to individuals, groups, institutions and/or organizations.