Jia Mao, sponsor of the Asia Pacific Women in Engineering Network, and co-heads of the network Mariko Wakao, Kim Cheah and Jenny Du discuss their career journeys in engineering, the challenges they have faced and their best advice.
In recognition of the theme “Be Proud of Your Past and Embrace the Future” for this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month in the Americas, the Firmwide Hispanic/Latinx Network (FHLN), sponsored a series of events to celebrate the contributions and diverse cultures within the Hispanic/Latinx community.
A strong commitment to service is core to our culture at Goldman Sachs. Our people have found new ways to give back to their communities through virtual volunteer projects during the pandemic as part of our signature Community TeamWorks (CTW) initiative.
In response to the global COVID-19 crisis, engineers at Goldman Sachs have taken their passion and creativity for technology and applied it to making an impact in the communities where they work and live. From contact-tracing algorithms, to robust machine learning frameworks and data visualizations, our engineers are using their skills to drive change around the world.
The Goldman Sachs Gives Analyst Impact Fund finals is the culmination of a months-long competition where analysts around the world have collaborated with peers to win grants from Goldman Sachs Gives to support innovative nonprofits of their choice.
Goldman Sachs launched several new family-friendly benefits that are designed to help our people manage the commitment to their careers while starting, growing and supporting a family. Learn more about the changes from our CEO, David Solomon.
Sally Boyle, international head of Human Capital Management, speaks about the importance of mental health in both education and the workplace.
We don’t just make things, we make things possible. Our Engineering teams build the innovations that drive our business and financial markets worldwide while collaborating with colleagues across the globe.
The Forte Foundation profiles Nicole Irvin, a vice president in our Investment Banking Division in San Francisco, and traces her career path from being a molecular biology major in college to an investment banker at Goldman Sachs.
Seth Kramer and John McGuire, who work in our Services Division and our Executive Office, respectively, serve on the board of directors of INCLUDEnyc, a New York-based nonprofit that supports people with disabilities—from birth through age 26, and their families, by promoting positive education, employment and independent living.
In her latest article on LinkedIn, Edith Cooper, Global Head of Human Capital Management at Goldman Sachs, shares what she’s grateful for at work and provides some thoughts on how to thank people on your team.
Drew Peterson, a vice president in the Technology Division, shares five tips on transitioning to a civilian career.
In Afghanistan, sports are largely off-limits to women and girls. Drew Peterson, an Air Force veteran who served two tours in Afghanistan before he joined Goldman Sachs in 2014, ran with local Afghan women in the country’s second-ever marathon earlier this month.
As nations around the world unite to compete for the top spot in the Rio 2016 Olympics, we are celebrating Olympic athletes across Goldman Sachs in a new Q&A series. Seven employees will share their journeys, memories and stories from the games and how the experience has shaped their perspectives today.
Our five former interns talk about ways to stay in touch with your colleagues during the school year in the final edition of our intern advice series.
Paget MacColl, co-head of the Goldman Sachs Firmwide Women’s Network, shares the firm’s approach to encouraging employee engagement with the network and advancing the dialogue on gender in the workplace.
Networking is an integral part of developing a meaningful and fulfilling career. Hear five former Goldman Sachs interns reflect on how to build a lasting network in the fifth edition of our intern advice series.
Five former Goldman Sachs interns provide their tips for receiving and acting on feedback in a new edition of our intern advice series.
Former Goldman Sachs interns share tips on hitting the desk with confidence in the third edition of our internship advice series.
In the second edition of our internship advice series, five former Goldman Sachs interns offer advice on making the most out of orientation and learning opportunities.
In the first edition of a six-part intern advice series, former interns who now work in our offices around the world share words of wisdom on how to prepare for an internship at Goldman Sachs.
LONDON - Michael Sherwood, vice chairman of Goldman Sachs and co-CEO of Goldman Sachs International, participated in a conversation at the Center for Jewish Life during an event sponsored by White & Case.
The New York Times profiles R. Martin Chavez, Goldman Sachs’ chief information officer, and highlights the value of transparency in his life, in shaping the culture of Goldman Sachs, and why it is essential for the financial industry at large.
Business Insider details a day in the life of two analysts in our Technology Division in London.
Goldman Sachs participated in the annual 100-kilometer race from January 22 to 23 along the outskirts of Bengaluru.
David Fox, who joined Goldman Sachs in 1999, works in our Investment Management Division in Atlanta. He won a gold medal in the 1996 Olympics in the city where he now works.
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