Recruiter Perspective: Rabail Chowdry, Redcats USA

By Justyn Makarewycz, Zicklin Graduate Career Management Center   It doesn’t matter who you are. Whether you’re a full-time grad student or a working professional, it’s normal for applicants not to hear from companies after they hit the apply button to a job. It is common knowledge that on the hiring company’s end, recruiters are … Continue reading

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ZGAS Presents: The Annual Mid-Size Accounting Panel

by Nicholas Maris, MBA, Accounting, 2013 and Emily McMillen, MBA, Accounting, 2012 Wednesday, October 5th, the Zicklin Graduate Accounting Society hosted their annual mid-size accounting panel. This event provides Zicklin students the opportunity to learn more about mid-size accounting firms and network with professionals in the indhey ustry. This year, the panel consisted of: Stephen Mazzotti … Continue reading

ZLS: Marlon Young, “Write Your Destiny”

Takeaway “Success will be 40% on you, 20% on the company, 20% on the manager and 20% just plain luck.  People will help you, but you write your own destiny.” More Reading NYT  May 22, 2007 US Wealth Managers Try New Strategies Yankton Daily Oct 3, 2011 Distinguished Alumni to Be Honored by Tex Morgan, … Continue reading

Friedman LLP: Top Questions You Always Wanted To Ask Your Recruiter

by Emily McMillen, MBA, Accounting, 2012 Monday Evening, Friedman LLP joined Zicklin students for a workshop about all of those questions you have wanted to ask your recruiter, but didn’t think it was appropriate to ask. This event was hosted by Baruch Beta Alpha Psi and co-sponsored by Ascend, The Accounting Society, Cents Ability, Delta … Continue reading

Successful Summer Internship. Now What?

by Emily McMillen, MBA, Accounting 2012 Ahh, Fall! The air is crisp and cool, school has just started getting into full swing, and your backpack is just starting to smell of textbooks and freshly sharpened pencils. For those of you who took this summer off for a summer internship like I did you should feel revitalized … Continue reading

GSA Newsletter Sept 7th

    Your weekly GSA newsletter. The Graduate Student Lounge Is Now Open Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Header image courtesy of Leon Fischman News . . . The next GSA Social is tentatively planned on Thursday Sept 15th on NVC 14-220. Look for roundtable sessions that Frank Fletcher … Continue reading

Time to start making plans for summer…2012

Finally, summer is in full swing. School is out (at least for those who opted out of summer session), the weather is hot, the water is cold, and the beach is calling your name. The only things you should be concerned with are the quality of your tan and the flavor of your ice cream. However, the … Continue reading

The Busy Life: Finding Time to Do More at Grad School

Originally post on Oct 20, 2010 You’re busy, I get it. I think we can all agree that grad students are busy people. We’ve got jobs, families, friends, classes, and social lives. We play sports, watch movies, take trips, play music, cook, exercise, go on dates, get drunk, have fun, and work hard. There is … Continue reading