Boot Camp Description
This boot camp aims to guide transitioning veterans through the process of landing their first job in finance post service. Prior to each class, participants will be given a small assignment to prepare and ensure an engaging work session. Each session runs 6-8 pm, will be available live via web and recorded for future availability.
June 26, 27, 28 and 29; 6-8PM | Registration Deadline: June 29
Frank J. Fabozzi, Ph.D., CFA, CPA
Fundamentals of finance for the transitioning vet. Will begin classes with what career specilization is relevant to each topic taught. Close with how to become more education (MBA vs. CFA) etc.
Finding the Right Fit and Managing Expectations
July 5; 6-8PM | Registration Deadline: July 5
Melissa Castello, HR Director, Oppenheimer; Lance Widner, CFA, CFP, VR Chair; Matt Noll, CFA, Vice Chair. Other VR members: Sean Sneeden, Oppenheimer; Brian Robinson, GS; Won Palisoul, Compliance; Chris Mendez, Semper Capital
Learn what career options exist within the finance industry and how to decide what path is best to pursue based on skills and career objectives.
Resume Conversion: Do's, Don'ts, Pitfalls and Transferable Skills
July 6; 6-8PM | Registration Deadline: July 6
Melissa Castello, HR Director
How to convert a resume from military experience to one that catches a recruiter's eye.
Effective Keys to Networking and Business Etiquette
July 10; 6-8PM | Registration Deadline: July 10
Dave Palamar, MD, JP Morgan; Brandis DiSimone, NASDAQ
How to network, who to network with, etiquette on rules of non-military engagement.
Landing the Interview
July 11; 6-8PM | Registration Deadline: July 11
Amanda Veinott, Founder, Miligistix; Chris Hamilton, DB; Jim Crossen, Apollo
Using online and offline resources to increase interview probability, building your brand online, developing your story.
Selling "You" in the Interview and Effective Follow Up
July 12; 6-8PM | Registration Deadline: July 12
Melissa Castello, HR Director, Oppenheimer; Lance Widner, CFA, CFP, VR Chair
Interview basics, questions to ask / questions to answer, managing follow-up expectations.
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June 26, 2017 - July 12, 2017
FREE | Members & Nonmembers
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NYSSA Conference Center
1540 Broadway, Suite 1010
45th Street Entrance
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