We are proud to partner with our premium sponsors to bring a number of exciting events every semester to students of the University of Sydney.
A.T. Kearney Breakfast / A.T. Kearney Sydney Office
The Network of Women in partnership with A.T. Kearney bring you an exclusive professional breakfast at their beautiful offices in the Rocks. Attendees will get to network with A.T. Kearney's consultants and with other passionate high achievers from all academic backgrounds. The event will centre around what it means to be a consultant at A.T. Kearney, what a day in the life looks like and how A.T. Kearney can help you unlock your career path. The morning will consist of a fully catered breakfast, a panel/Q&A session and some great networking opportunities. With applications for their summer internship roles
open now, there has never been a better time to get your foot in the door! More information can be found here: https://atkcareers.taleo.net/careersection/033/jobdetail.ftl
Unwined with NOW: Wine & Cheese Night / Courtyard Café
We think there’s no better combo than when wine meets cheese - well, aside from when we meet you. Our superstar executive team and happy-helper subcommittee gals love to have a bit of a gab with our NOW members (aka you) about just about anything under the sun. Whether you’re a popular softie like a camembert or perhaps more quiet like a blue, we want to have a chat and get to know all things you!
J.P. Morgan Case Competition - Preliminary Round
In the Preliminary Round of the competition, 12 teams selected from 33 submissions competed for a chance in the finals of the J.P. Morgan Case Competition.
J.P. Morgan Case Competition Workshop
An excellent opportunity to hear from J.P. Morgan representatives about what they’re looking for in submissions for the case competition and what skills you should demonstrate.
J.P. Morgan Case Competition Information Evening
Have you ever wanted to participate in a case comp but felt intimidated? Don’t even know what a case comp is? Don’t worry, NOW has your back. This year, we are beyond excited to be partnering with J.P. Morgan to run their FIRST EVER case competition at USYD – designed for participants from ALL DISCIPLINES! And another first? At least 50% of each team needs to be female. So, NOW is the time to get involved! Through participating, you’ll get a great opportunity to develop your presentation and pitching skills, increase your confidence and test your ideas in front of representatives from one of the world’s leading investment banks.
Have a lot of questions? We understand, and have lots of information on the way - including an information session. The information session is a perfect opportunity to speak with NOW execs, other participants, and J.P. Morgan representatives about the competition. There is also going to be a Q&A session afterwards so you can ask all those burning questions! Whether this will be your first case comp or your last, whether you're a commerce student or you're a science/law/engineering/economics/etc. student, WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
Deutsche Bank Global Markets Information Session
Representatives from the Global Markets division of Deutsche Bank’s Corporate and Investment Bank including Rob Adam (Managing Director, Institutional Client Group) and Kathy Athos (Director, Business Manager - Institutional Client Group). share current opportunities on offer and answer student’s questions. Deutsche Bank’s Global Markets division combines debt and equity sales and trading businesses to offer a range of services to top institutional clients. This event is an excellent opportunity for Commerce, Engineering and Mathematics students in their penultimate and final years.
International Women's Day Breakfast
NOW in partnership with Capital W from UNSW, Women in Business from UTS, and Women Entering Business from Macquarie University for International Women’s Day put together a gender inclusive, interactive panel discussion and networking breakfast at The Establishment Ballroom, with the theme “Balance for Better”
Our panel represented a diverse industry and educational backgrounds. From Ingrid Child, the Operations Risk and Control Officer at CBA, whose career has spanned international markets and financial institutions; to Attila Brungs, a Rhodes Scholar and now Vice Chancellor and President at the University of Technology Sydney. More of our diverse speakers included those from entrepreneurial backgrounds, such as Angela Priestley, the Chief Editor and Founder of the Women’s Agenda, and Sharon Melamed, who was awarded Suncorp’s Innovator of the Year and rated among 2018’s top 10 women entrepreneurs for having started 3 BSB platforms and Chio Verastegui, a Partner at Bain & Company, and Nicole Alexander, Australian market advocacy and development manager at HSBC.