WANT TO LAND AN INTERNSHIP AT JP MORGAN? Our internship expert, Erin, has fought for her spot at top bulge bracket banks and boutique firms. She knows how stressful it can be to face case study questions at interviews, and she wants to help you stand out from the thousands of other applicants to earn your position at JP Morgan. Erin guides you step-by-step from interview preparation to conquering the 90-hour work week. You're a business major with dreams of a fast-paced, high-intensity career on Wall Street. You know that internships and work experience are the key to landing jobs after college, and you'll need every possible advantage to outshine other qualified students competing for the same summer internship. However, many other guides substitute fluff for practical advice, and you want to hear the strategies for success from a real intern. Erin's tips will give you an unfair advantage over your toughest competitors as you network at info sessions, nail your interview questions, and rise to the top of your internship class. WHAT YOU'LL GET FROM OUR INSIDER'S GUIDE: * An interview handbook with 200+ advanced interview practice questions and 5 tips to stand out from the competition * A comprehensive style guide for writing the 4 types of cover letters and highlighting your deliverables rather than responsibilities on your resume Insider scoop on what bankers look for in successful intern applicants * A survival guide for banking life: building your own social empire, dressing for success, a conquering fatigue MEET ERIN PARKER Erin is an economics student at Stanford University. She has had three investment banking internships spanning UBS (private wealth management), FT Partners (financial technology coverage), and J.P. Morgan in New York (syndicated and leveraged finance). She is co-president of Blyth Fund, a six-figure student investing group, and is on the board of Stanford Finance. Erin is also the Finance Director of Gumball Capital, a student-run startup whose mission is poverty alleviation. WHAT READERS ARE SAYING: qI wish that this book had existed when I was applying for positions back in college. I was a economics major with almost no real job experience, and it must have shown in my interviews. I got lucky because UBS was willing to take a chance on me as a summer intern, which led me to get where I am now. If I could do it again, though, I would take the much easier route and read this book. It would have prepared me for the parts of the job I never imagined.q - First Year Analyst At Citigroup qApplying for my summer internship was a rough experience- I was afraid that I would never get the chance to show my skill in investment research to big companies because I would be rejected before I ever made it to the internship stage. Fortunately for me, this book helped me prepare and build my interview skills to the point where I felt that I had not just a fair shot at the job but an unfair advantage over the other candidates. It's a must read.q - Current Intern At Goldman SachsFortunately for me, this book helped me prepare and build my interview skills to the point where I felt that I had not just a fair shot at the job but an unfair advantage over the other candidates. Ita#39;s a must read.
|Title||:||The Best Book On Getting An IBanking Internship|
|Publisher||:||Hyperink Inc - 2012-03-13|