Prior to covering our highlights for the month of October, we’d first like to express our gratitude for the 30+ volunteers that devoted their time and resources towards making our 7th Annual Finance Boot Camp an outstanding success.
Students from all backgrounds had the opportunity to meet and learn from reputable Latino professionals, whose inspiration served to increase our membership, and established the foundation for our growth onto college campuses nationwide. We would like to thank BlackRock, New York Life, and Charles Schwab for their financial support, as well as Wells Fargo, for promoting internship opportunities to the Latino students in attendance.
Heading forward, we have several initiatives we’d like to share with you, and we look forward to your involvement and support in the month of October.
LIF Student Ambassador Program:
In a dedicated effort to maintain the momentum we gained during our boot camp this year, we are excited to announce a new LIF Student Ambassador program. We are looking for young aspiring finance professionals with demonstrated leadership potential to be the face of LIF on college campuses nationwide. If you know of any college students that would be interested in leading an LIF affiliated campus group, please refer them to Maria Gutierrez at firstname.lastname@example.org
LIF Internship Program:
We are also looking to hire several student interns. LIF internships will provide students with a great opportunity to obtain leadership experience, while gaining exposure to a growing 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our internships are ideal for students that attended the boot camp, and are interested in seeking a part-time opportunity while they study at their respective university. If there is a student that you would like to recommend for one of our internship openings, please contact Maria Gutierrez at email@example.com.
Wednesday, Oct. 7th from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM – Latinas in Finance Fall Mixer
In case you missed the registration deadline, we still have several spots available for our Fall Mixer, hosted by our women’s group, Latinas in Finance, at the Palm House (map) in San Francisco. We invite you to join us after work for a reception with Monika Mantilla, a prominent Latina in the impact investing space, holding the title of CEO at Altura Capital Group, and Managing Partner at Small Business Community Capital, which manages the SBCC Impact Fund. Please contact Valerie Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org to register to attend.
Thursday, Oct. 15th – Catalyst, hosted by The Alumni Society
Netflix will be the host sponsor of The Alumni Society’s Catalyst Event in San Francisco. The Catalyst Event will bring together high-achieving Latino executives and top corporations based in California to network and foster meaningful discussion. Andrés Tapia, senior partner at talent consultant Korn Ferry and author of The Inclusion Paradox: The Obama Era and the Transformation of Global Diversity, will speak at the event. The invitation-only summit will be hosted at Clift Hotel (map), 495 Geary St., San Francisco. Those interested in attending should visit the Alumni Society's join page.