Women in Business

Boston College Women in Business is an organization, network, and community of undergraduate female students dedicated to their empowerment and education. WIB is committed to the growth and expansion of professional and personal opportunities for its members, with a focus on business, leadership, and female celebration and innovation.

Additionally, the group is devoted to helping students answer Father Himes' three crucial questions in the development of their vocation:  

1) What brings me joy?

2) What am I good at?

3) Who does the world need me to be?



Sophomore dbAchieve Program:

Apply by October 20th, for positions in:

  • Corporate Finance

  • Sales, Trading, and Structuring

  • DWS (Asset Management)

  • Wealth Management.

For more information, please refer to this brochure.

Full-Time Corporate Finance Analyst Graduate Program:

Apply by November 11, 2019. For more information, please refer to this brochure.


The position is a paid 10-week commitment. High performing Investment Interns may be offered a full

time job as an Investment Analyst after graduation. In this position, your work schedule is typically Monday

through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm with overtime to be expected. This schedule may vary from week

to week.

For more information, please refer to the brochure and apply on EagleLink.

Liberty Mutual Insurance Student Diversity Symposium

Students from diverse backgrounds, representing partnership schools from across the country, will travel to our corporate headquarters in Boston, MA for one day to participate in activities focused on promoting diversity on campus and in the workplace. Activities include:

  • Workshops

  • Job Profiles / Overviews

  • Executive Speakers / Panels

  • Networking / Idea Sharing

  • Liberty Mutual Leaders

  • Recruitment Professionals

Visit lmi.co/undergraduate, type in the 2019 LMI Student Diversity Symposium – Boston, MA in the job keyword and click on “Search Jobs,” and follow the instructions on how to apply.

For more information, please refer to this brochure.

KPMG Deal Advisory Internship and Full-Time Opportunities

KPMG is looking for juniors and seniors to join our transaction services group in Boston. The Deal Advisory group provides advice and assistance related to mergers and acquisitions, including buy-side and sell-side transaction advisory engagements, providing financial and operational due diligence assistance to Fortune 100 companies, private equity investors, and commercial lenders. Additionally, the Deal Advisory group provides accounting advisory support and research to clients, including assistance with SEC filings, carve-out financial statements, IPOs, debt offerings, complex capital and financing structures, and implementation of new accounting standards. In terms of qualifications, the Deal Advisory group specifically seeks out accounting majors, as eligibility to sit for the CPA exam is required. We currently have spots available for internship positions and full-time positions within the Boston office. Please refer to the below links for more detail on the available opportunities and how to apply.

Deal Advisory Available Positions:

Internship positions (juniors). Click here.

Full-time/associate positions (seniors). Click here.


We are looking for candidates early in their career, who are ready to bring energy and vision to technology investing and business strategy. This person is someone who wants to learn from and gain direct exposure to experienced and successful entrepreneurs, investment bankers, and technology visionaries. Ideal candidates have a tangible passion for technology, investing and building businesses and are excited and inspired by a fast and dynamic startup work environment. They are fascinated with understanding how technology will reshape the financial services industry over their lifetime and, more broadly, how capital, risk, and economic growth interact.

All exceptional candidates are encouraged to apply. The following may make you a fit:

  • Insatiable drive for success and hunger for experience in technology and investing

  • Evidence of outside the box thinking applied across multiple academic disciplines

  • 0-1+ years professional experience (venture capital, consulting, private equity, investment banking or anything demonstrating a strong attention to detail and relentless research skills)

  • Previous startup experience prior to or during college

  • Willingness to work on accelerated timelines with limited support

For more information, please refer to this brochure.

If interested, please email zach.applegate@diginex.com or call at +1(858)254-0181


At Allma, our mission is to help companies build enduring technology organizations. If we do our job right, we will completely change the way companies scale. To do this, we enable managers to create a real-time operating manual for running their teams. With our software tools and operating templates, managers can log in and seamlessly define scalable, strategic processes that let their company run like Amazon and Google. Allma creates learning within and across companies, improving efficiency, innovation, and visibility and developing autonomous teams. As our Content Creation intern, you will be responsible for building out the library of operating playbooks that will be used by leaders at the fastest growing tech companies. You will create playbooks memorializing best practices across the company from employee onboarding, to product development, incident response, and promotions.


● Partner directly with the founders to build our content library from the ground up.

● Create content from scratch through researching and synthesizing best practices on managing a fast-growing organization.

● Source relevant, best-practice content from the internet and build them into to Allma operating playbooks

● Work with Allma customers to build their business processes into Allma playbooks.

For more information, please refer to this brochure.

If you are interested, please reach out to careers@allma.i


COFFEE CHATS – Friday, September 20th – 10AM-2PM:

On campus coffee chats are scheduled for September 20th between 10 AM and 2 PM. Members of MassMutual’s Strategy, Corporate Development and Consumer & Market Insights teams will meet interested candidates 1:1 and answer their questions about immerse.

Deadline to sign-up: September 18th

CAMPUS INTERVIEWS – Thursday, October 10th – 8AM-2PM:     

On campus interviews are scheduled for October 10th. Candidates selected for interviews will be intimated via email on or before October 2nd.

Deadline to apply: September 27th

Application process

Candidates should apply through EagleLink as well as the immerse website

  • EagleLink

  • Immerse website: immerse.massmutual.com/apply-now/

    • Step 1: Please complete the application process at MassMutual website https://bit.ly/34ckgVh (Job code - R5909; you will need resume in PDF format)

    • Step 2: Please email a copy of your transcripts to immerse@massmutual.com (informal transcript statements are acceptable, mention your name in email subject line and send transcript as one PDF file with <2 MB in size)



Neuberger Berman is seeking a highly motivated Summer Intern to join our North American Institutional Client Group (“ICG”) for 8 weeks. ICG works directly with Neuberger Berman’s Institutional partners including existing clients, prospective clients, and investment consultants. Summer Interns will partner with members of the ICG on client service, business development and consultant relationship management initiatives in addition to participating in the broader firm intern programming. Please note that the ICG Summer Intern position is 2 weeks longer than the broader firm internship program.


  • Rising senior come Summer 2020, with strong academic credentials (minimum GPA 3.2); all majors will be considered

Interested? Apply here or email joseph.mckenna@nb.com for more information.


Glouston Capital Partners is a 100% employee-owned private equity investment specialist with over 20 years of dedicated experience and approximately $2.6 billion in committed capital as of December 31, 2018. The Firm’s Investment platform of commingled secondary market funds and primary fund-of-funds has grown to also include separately managed accounts and co-investments. Since its inception in 1994, the Firm has focused on opportunities at the smaller end of the market, with its secondary strategy focused on transactions less than $75 million in size and its primary strategy focused on funds less than $1 billion in size. The Firm leverages its knowledge of the marketplace, experience investing in various economic cycles, expertise in evaluating general partners and investment opportunities, and its investment platform to provide its global client-base with thoughtful and well-constructed private equity solutions to achieve their investment objectives.

Primary responsibility will be in the investment management function of the business. GCP will endeavor to incorporate the candidate into the work flow of the investment team as well as provide training to help build relevant skills. The candidate will be expected to work in a small team environment and participate in many aspects of our firm. Areas of focus will encompass both primary and secondary market investing activities, as well as direct equity co-investments. Example projects may include:

  • Primary Fund Analysis

  • Secondary Transaction Analysis

  • Company Analysis and Valuation

  • Market Maps: Buyout Industry/Secondary Industry

  • Participate in special projects as required

  • Present work product to senior team members

Application: Please submit cover letter and resume to internships@glouston.com by the end of October.