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?



Grand Prize: 1st Round TTS Interview at Citi, Dinner with Senior Management

Case Competition Timeline:

  • First Round: due via email Tuesday, March 19th

  • Final Round: on-campus presentation Friday, March 29th

Registration Open To:

  • Teams of 2 students

  • Current Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors

  • Students of All Majors

  • U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident, or possess other unrestricted U.S. Work Authorization

To register, please apply directly on EagleLink by Monday, February 25.


MIT Sloan Admissions is visiting Boston College. Come by to discover MIT Sloan's latest offering: MIT Sloan MBA Early Admission. Designed for ambitious and forward-thinking students, like yourself, the MIT Sloan Early MBA Admission application process gives you the opportunity to secure a seat in a future MIT Sloan MBA class. First apply, and then after gaining valuable career experience, join MIT, the home of innovation, for our 2-year, full-time MBA program.

Date: Monday, February 25

Time: 5-6 pm

Location: Gasson 206

Register here.


Modera Wealth Management, an industry leading and fast-growing wealth management firm, seeks an Intern to join its team in Boston.  Recognized as one of the top Registered Investment Advisors in the country, Modera Wealth Management, LLC is an independent, fee-only firm, with offices in MA, NJ, NC, GA, and FL providing clients with comprehensive financial planning and investment management services. The work culture of the firm promotes collaboration, professional growth, and a commitment to providing exceptional client service. This position is located at 535 Boylston St. in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston, MA.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Working closely with members of the wealth management and financial planning teams

  • Assistance on a variety of operational, investment and client-related projects

  • Assisting the Office Administrator with general office responsibilities

  • Utilizing our Client Relationship Management software and other client portfolio support systems

  • Preparing and maintaining marketing materials

  • Other projects as assigned

  • In addition to the day-to-day job responsibilities, you may be tasked with developing a significant summer work project and presenting it to the Investment and/or Financial Planning Committee(s)

This paid internship position will be full time for 10 weeks during the summer and could become part time during the school year.  This is an opportunity to become familiar with the wealth management profession and increase your analytical skills. The successful candidate will also have a strong ability to communicate well both orally and in written form and to pay close attention to detail.  An enthusiastic attitude, good problem-solving skills, and the ability to work independently with a strong client service orientation are among other critical skills we are seeking. 

Qualifications for this position:

  • Familiarity with MS Office, Word & Excel with the ability to quickly learn other software programs as needed

  • Detail-oriented with a demand for a high degree of accuracy

  • A strong interest in the financial planning/investment advisory field

  • Strong verbal, analytical and written communication skills

 Please direct your resume to: careers@moderawealth.com.


Join Global Atlantic Financial Group in one of four roles! 

PMO Analyst: targeting alumni or May 2019 grads. Click here

Risk Co-op: targeting 2020/2021 grads. Click here.

Tax Co-op: targeting 2020/2021 grads. Click here.

Control Operations Co-op: targeting 2020 grads. Click here

Blackrock is seeking talented sophomores with strong academic credentials across any major or discipline. Applicants should self-identify as female, Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Native American, LGBTQ+ and/or disabled, and have an expected graduation date between December 2020 and June 2021.

Dates: New York: March 15 or 29; San Francisco: April 1; Atlanta: April 3

Location: BlackRock Offices in New York, San Francisco, and Atlanta

Application Deadline: Thursday, February 28 @ 8:00AM EST

Apply here.

Who is BlackRock?

BlackRock is a global investment firm, trusted to manage more assets than any other. We combine the energy and fast-paced nature of a startup with the security and resources of a leading global asset manager. Our clients are companies, governments, foundations, and millions of individuals saving for retirement, their children’s educations, and a better life. We are passionate about providing products and services that can help them build a strong financial future. No matter what your level, we offer our employees real responsibility from day one –and we’ll be looking to you for your unique perspective to help us challenge the status quo.


Drop in Diversity Breakfast (Eagle’s Deli will be catered)

Date: Tuesday February 19th 

Time: 9-11am

Location: BAIC Office (Maloney Hall, Suite 455)

 Networking Lunch N Learn (Pino’s Pizza will be catered)

Date: Tuesday February 19th 

Time: 12-3pm

Location: Conte Forum (1st floor)

Off Site Networking Event (Food and Drinks will be available)

Date: Tuesday February 19th 

Time: 5:30-7:30pm

Location: City Side Bar and Grill

Dean’s Coffee Chats

Date: Wednesday February 20th

Time: 12:30-3pm

Location: Fulton Honors Library

Accenture’s Northeast Region Women’s Career Consortium is a two-day event will be hosted in their Boston office on Thursday, February 28 and Friday, March 1.  This event is geared towards students with a passion and interest in leading-edge technology and digital work. They are inviting students that may be a potential fit for open full-time roles, as well as underclassmen who are looking to learn more about Accenture and are interested in future opportunities.

Apply here.

The IBM North America Global Markets team is seeking highly talented undergraduate level students with a real passion for technology and sales! Come learn about how our training and development Summit Sales Program can help you be essential to your clients and your IBM colleagues. As part of IBM’s sales team, you will have the opportunity to work with clients as they transform organizations and entire industries. We’re motivated by more than just selling solutions. We want our clients to succeed. IBMers can access our entire organization to develop creative ideas that help clients build the world they envision.

Date: Monday, February 18

Time: 6-7 pm

Location: Gasson 206

Sign up here.


John Hancock’s Bond & Corporate Finance (“BCF”) Group is inviting applicants for a six-month Undergraduate Women’s Mentorship Program. The program is targeted at female undergraduates who are currently in their sophomore year (Class of 2021) and have interest in business, finance, mathematics, economics, or investments. The program will run mid-March 2019 through the end of September 2019. Mentees will be required to commit roughly 1-3 hours per month to connect with their mentors.

The mission of the mentorship program is to help undergraduate women gain a better understanding of the investment management industry and the possible career paths within it. Mentors will also support mentees in the development of their professional skills.

Selected undergraduate mentees will be paired with associates/analysts within John Hancock’s BCF Group. By sharing knowledge, experience, and career advice, the mentors will offer an educational experience with the opportunity to explore a potential career in investment management. Each mentee should expect to commit 1-3 hours per month to connect with her mentor. While flexible and the prerogative of each mentor/mentee pairing, monthly meetings/sessions may entail:

  • Coffee/lunch in proximity to John Hancock’s Back Bay office (197 Clarendon St.)

  • Introduction to investment management

  • Information sessions to outline a “day in the life” of current professionals, including Associates and Summer Associates

  • Deep dive sessions on trading, portfolio management, and investment research

  • Professional development sessions including effective communication and presentation skills, resume writing and interview preparation, Excel training

Application Questions: Please limit your responses for questions one, two, and three to five-six sentences.

  1. What about the financial services industry is interest to you?

  2. Why are you interested in this mentorship opportunity?

  3. Please share with us something that is not on your resume.

  4. Will you be spending your summer in the Greater Boston Area? (Yes/No/Undecided)

Applicants can apply via EagleLink or email their applications/resumes to Tori Burke at Victoria_Burke@jhancock.com directly.


Simon-Kucher & Partners is hiring for entry-level consultants in its Life Sciences division across the country. Application deadline is February 14th by EOD. To apply, please do so through BC’s Eaglelink platform.


Dates: Mid-June-Mid-August 2019

Location: Boston, MA 

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.

Ideal candidate will have:

  • Strong interest in private equity

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)

  • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal

  • Ability to work independently in an entrepreneurial environment

  • Demonstrated maturity with highest personal and professional integrity

  • Energetic attitude, team spirit, and strong work ethic

  • Outstanding academic credentials

 Please submit cover letter and resume to internships@glouston.com


Go Global is an event geared toward undergraduate, masters and PhD students studying at US universities (graduating in 2020 or 2021) and are interested in working in one of our global McKinsey offices outside of the US. . This is an excellent opportunity to meet our consultants from a wide range of global geographies/offices and learn more about our work and colleagues outside of the United States. There will be a guest speaker and a chance for you to chat with our colleagues over food and informal networking. Our McKinsey consultants and team members from across Asia, Europe, Africa, Latin America and other global locations are excited to meet you. For those selected to attend the event, McKinsey will cover a portion of your travel expenses (within North America only). 

Date: Friday, April 12th

Location: New York City

Deadline: Sunday, March 10

Apply here.


Email your resume to: CCGconference@gmail.com. Decisions will be emailed out on a rolling basis, so the sooner interested students apply, the sooner they’ll hear back.


Are you a Freshman interested in a career in financial services?

  • The Credit Suisse Steps to Success Event offers diverse candidates (students who are female, Black, Hispanic, LGBT, veterans, or disabled) the opportunity to learn about the financial industry and specifically, what it’s like to work at Credit Suisse.

Program Overview:

  • Selected candidates will be invited to participate in a two-day event on April 11-12, 2019 at our office in New York City. Participants will develop professional skills through workshops and networking sessions, while learning about our Global Markets and Investment Banking Capital Markets divisions.

Global Markets Program - Sales and Trading:

  • As a Sales and Trading Summer Analyst, you will develop technical skills for analyzing, underwriting and trading stocks, bonds and other securities while rotating through both sales and trading desks.

Investment Banking and Capital Markets Program:

  • As an Investment Banking Summer Analyst, you will gain exposure to the business, learn financial modeling and valuation techniques from experienced professionals, and contribute to innovative deals that are transforming today’s corporate landscape.


  • You must be a first year student (class of 2022) from a diverse background enrolled in a four-year Bachelor's degree program.

Selected participants must be available to attend both days of the event.

How to Apply:

  • To apply for the program, please submit an application here

  • In lieu of a cover letter, please upload a one page response detailing why you would be a good candidate for this program.

Deadline to Apply: Friday, March 1, 2019 at midnight EST


Drop in Diversity Breakfast (Eagle’s Deli will be catered)
Date: Tuesday February 19th 
Time: 9-11am
Location: BAIC Office (Maloney Hall, Suite 455)

Networking Lunch N Learn (Pino’s Pizza will be catered)
Date: Tuesday February 19th 
Time: 12-3pm
Location: Conte Forum (1st floor)

Off Site Networking Event (Food and Drinks will be available)
Date: Tuesday February 19th 
Time: 5:30-7:30pm
Location: City Side Bar and Grill


All students, faculty and staff receive a free personalized membership with unlimited access to WSJ.com, mobile and tablet apps, curated newsletters, podcasts and more provided by BC libraries. Visit wsj.com/activatebc, and you’ll  be directed to create a membership through the university portal. It only takes about one minute to activate.


Interested in connecting with a community for businesswomen navigating the first 10 years of their career paths? Aspiretoher.com will equip you with the knowledge to launch your career on the right trajectory. Each month, we feature inspiring career journeys of businesswomen and lessons learned along the way.

Join our community and instantly receive 3 Career Guides written by accomplished businesswomen on how to navigate the launch of your career. Additionally, refer 5 others and become an #Aspirer with free goodies and special access.

Check us out on Instagram @aspiretoher


Real World Playbook, a female-founded online content platform and learning hub helps college seniors and recent graduates prepare for all of the "real world" decisions that come with graduation. They are seeking current students to act as Campus Ambassadors, establishing and promoting their brand on our campus.

If you are interested in this entrepreneurial opportunity, please reach out to Gillian Katz: gillian@realworldplaybook.com


MIT Hack for Inclusion is an annual hackathon we hold to help combat implicit bias.

Date: February 22-23, 2019

Location: MIT Media Lab

Click here for more details.

RippleMatch connects college students with potential internships/jobs based on student's personality, work experience, and work preference. Through RippleMatch, students can look for internships/jobs at startups, non-profits, or Fortune 500 companies such as Pfizer, IBM, and BlackRock.

Students can sign up on this link and it takes up to 5 minutes: https://ripplematch.com/index?r=tGHhLa

1st session (3 - 21 June 2019) on Excellence at Scale 
2nd session (24 June - 12 July 2019) on Meaningful Companies

Join us in Verona next summer for a fully-immersive learning experience led by Riccardo Illy, revolutionary food entrepreneur, and Debra Dunn, from Stanford University.

Designed as a journey where international thought and business leaders mentor multidisciplinary teams of selected international talents to inspire the innovation of Italian industries, the 2019 program is articulated in two sessions.

In Excellence at Scale (3 - 21 June) you will cross the places and stories of manufacturing entrepreneurs that every day strive to offer the world the best products in their industries, led by Riccardo Illy.

In Meaningful Companies (24 June - 12 July) you will investigate the social role of companies and interact with those that designed their production, organizational structures and corporate strategies around a higher purpose, led by Debra Dunn.

Application Deadline: March 1st, 2019. Apply here.

AlphaSights is currently hiring for full-time and internship opportunities with their Client Service Team.

Full-time New York application: https://grnh.se/71850c1d1

Full-time San Francisco application: https://grnh.se/2656c3311

Intern New York application: https://grnh.se/563f65fb1 

Reach out to Emily Pullen for more information at emily.pullen@alphasights.com.


Since 2013, Sage Corps has been sending top young talent abroad to intern with cutting-edge tech startups. Our students, or fellows, don’t spend their time making copies or getting coffee. Instead, you’ll work full-time alongside CEOs, CMOs, and CTOs to build real solutions to real problems. You might build a supply chain for an e-commerce startup in Buenos Aires or even a new algorithm for a FinTech startup in Hong Kong.

To learn more, visit: https://sagecorps.com/


ADL is a European-based strategy consulting firm that re-entered the US market a few years ago that is looked to hire 1-2 more business analysts. Currently, we’ve got a team of around 20 consultants working in TMT, Health Care/Life Sciences, and Food & Beverage.  We have offices in Boston, NYC, and SF, so any of those would be in play. There is interest in candidates that already have experience in consulting to minimize ramp-up time, but other strong internship experience is also valuable. No requirements for major or line of study – just looking for smart, hard-working people that don’t mind exploring an opportunity at a lesser-known consulting firm. We compete internationally with the MBBs of the world, and there’s no reason not to believe that this won’t be the case in the US market within a few years.  You can find the general BA job description here.  Please feel free to contact Sam Leedy directly at leedy.sam@adlittle.com if you're interested.  


Featuring the opportunity to interview for 2019 Management Development Program positions across the M&T Bank footprint, including Wilmington Trust, Thursday networking event with current and former Management Development Program participants, presentations from senior female leaders across M&T Bank on their rise and experiences at the Bank, a tour of vibrant downtown Buffalo. All travel for attendees will be arranged and paid for by M&T Bank.