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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.
On Thursday, 21 April, Goldman Sachs Singapore is hosting a virtual event and invites interested individuals to attend. Join us to learn more about how we architected a nimble and secure global transaction banking platform that is easy for clients to use and for partners to connect to.
The 22nd annual Banking Tech Awards, held by FinTech Futures, celebrate excellence and innovation in the use of IT in financial services. This year, we were honored to receive two awards.
Goldman Sachs Engineering invites engineers in the Texas area to an evening of networking, featuring technical talks and discussions.
From 'Lead with Data' to 'Innovate Incrementally,' learn about the nine tenets that guide Goldman Sachs Engineering.
Open source solutions have changed the way people are thinking about software and hardware alike. Tap into our insights on the Open Source movement and learn more about our involvement with the open source community.
On Tuesday, 29 June, Goldman Sachs Engineering invites individuals from STEM industries across Birmingham and the UK, to connect with our engineers for a series of short tech talks and interactive discussion.
We encourage you to take a few minutes to listen to a message from Goldman Sachs' Neema Raphael, chief data officer and global head of Data Engineering, David Wade, head of EMEA FICC Macro Strats and global head of Cross-Asset Derivative Automation, and Orla Dunne, global head of Foundational Infrastructure. Neema, David and Orla share insights on the current health environment, what is top of mind for Engineers at the firm and how you will make an impact this summer.
On Thursday, 10 June, Goldman Sachs Singapore is hosting a virtual event and invites interested individuals to attend. Join us for a unique chance to see how we are revamping our 20-year-old trading platform to a next generation sequencer-based architecture.
The firm recently convened a group of industry professionals, academics, thought leaders, Goldman Sachs engineers and recruiters for the Africa Recruiting Initiative’s (ARI) Industry Connect event.
Mentoring has long been central to Goldman Sach’s culture, and to expand this culture of mentorship beyond just the firm, Engineering at Goldman Sachs began a new partnership to offer their expertise to trainees at other firms as well.
Our campus recruiting team sent an email today to all expected Goldman Sachs summer interns globally outside of India to provide an update on the format of the summer program.
On Tuesday, March 30, Goldman Sachs Engineering invites engineers in the Dallas area to an evening of networking with Black engineers from the firm, featuring technical talks and discussions.
Core to our culture is supporting our people and our communities. We're honored to be featured in Thrive Global's article, focused on our culture of well-being and service as central to the Goldman Sachs experience. The firm performed particularly well in the Thrive XM Index in areas like parenthood, caregiving, connection, and belonging.
On Thursday, 14 January 2021, Goldman Sachs Warsaw invites attendees from the Women in Tech Summit to an evening of tech talks and discussion on business innovation, diversity and gender parity in STEM industries.
As the National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations came to a close, the firm had a lot to celebrate. A robust schedule of programs brought together allies and members from the Firmwide Hispanic/Latinx Network (FHLN) for events focused on Latin America’s economic outlook, community voting, career pathing and culinary expertise.
In honor of the firm’s collaboration with The Conservation Fund on issuing the nation’s first green bond solely dedicated to conservation in the US, Goldman Sachs won Partnership of the Year at the 2020 Reuters Responsible Business Awards. Launch With GS was also honored with a Special Mention Purpose-Driven Communications Award, recognizing a communications initiative delivering measureable change.
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.
On Wednesday, 2 December, Goldman Sachs Engineering invites women in STEM industries from across Europe to connect with our engineers for a series of short tech talks and discussions.
In partnership with AnitaB.Org, we are proud and excited to sponsor this year's virtual Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC), gathering women technologists for networking, educational and career development opportunities.
On Monday, 12 October, Goldman Sachs Engineering invites interested individuals from across Europe to participate in a virtual event on How Tech Continues to Shape the Markets.
Goldman Sachs Engineering invites students and recent graduates across the EMEA region to an online series of technical talks, discussion and workshops.
The firm and our people seek ways to make a difference in the communities where we work and live – especially during times of crisis. We are honored to earn recognition from Great Place to Work and People as #38 on this year’s list.
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.
To continue making progress in further increasing the diversity of our workforce, we have set goals to double the number of campus analyst hires in the US from Historically Black Colleges and Universities and increase diversity across the Vice President level.
Goldman Sachs’ Head of Human Capital Management, Bentley de Beyer, shares how we are committed to investing in our people’s development and discusses the launch of a more tailored approach to performance management.
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.
Read the message that David Solomon, Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs, sent to our interns this week.
Goldman Sachs' Chief Diversity Officer, Erika Irish Brown, reflects on our inaugural celebrations of Juneteenth and Windrush Day.
On Wednesday, 8 July, Goldman Sachs Engineering invites women in STEM industries from across Europe to connect with our engineers for a series of short tech talks and discussions.
Goldman Sachs' Chief Diversity Officer, Erika Irish Brown, shares guidance on contributing to the fight towards social justice and racial equity.
We encourage you to take a few minutes to listen to a message from Goldman Sachs Co-CIOs, George Lee and Marco Argenti and Global Head of Fixed Income Currencies & Commodities Technology and Marquee Engineering, Sinead Strain. George, Marco and Sinead share insights on the current health environment, what is top of mind for Engineers at the firm and how you will make an impact this summer.
Three of our Goldman Sachs colleagues share their best practices for success – ranging from thinking strategically and helping to further their teams’ goals to balancing competing priorities and “managing up.”
Goldman Sachs is proud to be a lead partner of #FitForTheFrontLine, a social media campaign that aims to honor health care workers by asking people to commit to physical and mental wellness activities.
Read the email sent today to all expected Goldman Sachs summer interns globally outside of India.
During a period of significant change, at Goldman Sachs we recognize a unique population experiencing a “new normal” – our recent joiners. We asked some of our recent hires what it’s been like joining the firm at this time. Here’s what they had to say...
As a follow up to the internship update we shared April 7, we’ve prepared important updates for our interns in India.
We sat down with Dr. Michael Rendel, the firm’s global medical director, to discuss how we can stay healthy – and build resilience – as we all adjust to the ‘new normal.’
Members of our Learning team in Human Capital Management provide tips for managers to keep in mind during these challenging times.
Read the email sent today to all expected Goldman Sachs summer interns globally outside of India.
Goldman Sachs’ Head of Human Capital Management, Bentley de Beyer, shares how we are supporting our people around the world during the global health crisis.
Our global head of campus recruiting, Vicki Tung, and our head of Asia Pacific recruiting, Claire Beardsworth, discuss the latest on the firm's recruiting practices, their advice for students and jobseekers, and how they and their colleagues are adjusting to new ways of living and working.
Over the next couple of weeks, Goldman Sachs Engineering invites students and recent graduates across the EMEA region to an online series of technical talks, discussion and workshops.
On Thursday, 27 February, Goldman Sachs Warsaw invites interested individuals to register to attend an evening of technical talks, discussion and networking.
On Wednesday, 29 January, Goldman Sachs London invites interested individuals to register to attend an evening of technical talks, discussion and networking.
In early December, our engineers from GIR Technology, ClearFactr and Marquee demo'd their products at the Amazon Web Services re:Invent conference and shared their AWS Cloud use-cases.
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.
Will you be at AfroTech in Oakland, California from November 7-10? We would love to meet you. Join us for breakfast on November 10th to learn about us, the work we do and the opportunities we offer.
On Tuesday, 12 November, Goldman Sachs Warsaw invites interested individuals to register to attend an evening of technical talks, discussion and networking as a prelude to the 2019 Women in Tech Summit.
On Thursday, 28 November, Goldman Sachs Singapore is hosting a session titled "High availability systems with Envoy and Raft" and invites interested individuals to register to attend.
Sally Boyle, international head of Human Capital Management, speaks about the importance of mental health in both education and the workplace.
In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, the Goldman Sachs Wellness team kicked off a Global Resilience Series in our offices around the world. The series offered programs and activities to help manage work and life priorities, strengthen relationships and improve overall well-being. Over 4,000 employees globally participated in the series.
The three of Goldman Sachs’ 2019 full-time analysts, Advika, Sneha and Ayushi, were recognized at a special convocation ceremony in recognition of the highest academic achievement one can achieve at Indian Institute of Management Indore.
On Thursday, 27 June, Goldman Sachs Singapore is hosting a session titled "A Cloud Transformation Case Study" and invites interested individuals to register to attend.
Goldman Sachs colleagues share their parental leave experiences and how the firm’s wellness resources supported them during this transition.
Dane Holmes, executive vice president and global head of Human Capital Management at Goldman Sachs, announces the launch of the Goldman Sachs Neurodiversity Hiring Initiative, an eight-week paid internship program for people who identify as neurodiverse.
Goldman Sachs earns 100 percent on Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 17th annual Corporate Equality Index (CEI) scorecard on LGBTQ workplace equality.
The EMEA Legal Department at Goldman Sachs, together with founding partners Hogan Lovells, Hyatt, and EY, are delighted to offer a UK-first cross-sector job shadowing and skills training programme for LGBT+ law students graduating in 2021 or 2022. The programme will be held in firms across London in June and July 2019.
At Goldman Sachs, we believe women’s empowerment is an economic imperative, and we’re proud to be included in the 2019 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI) – an index of companies recognized as global leaders in advancing women through their commitment to transparency in workplace gender reporting.
Throughout the month of October, Goldman Sachs recognized Disability Awareness Month by hosting several events focused on topics including autism, mental health, vision loss, and how employers can better support those with disabilities.
We take a look back at the 20 most popular careers blog posts in 2018. The articles cover topics such as career advice, our summer intern class and innovation in the industry, to name just a few.
Vault, a career intelligence organization, has released their newest rankings of internships for 2019. Companies are ranked by three categories; best overall internships, most prestigious internships, and industry-specific rankings. Goldman Sachs placed #6 most prestigious and the #8 investment bank to intern with.
Over the years in recruiting for the best talent on campuses, many firms – Goldman Sachs included – accelerated their summer intern interview timeline by shifting it into the sophomore spring semester. At Goldman Sachs, we've taken a hard look at the impact of early timelines on students and have decided that moving forward our firm will open summer intern applications in July and host the majority of our interviews during August, September and October — with no interviews or hiring decisions taken before then.
For the sixteenth year in a row, Goldman Sachs has been recognized by Working Mother magazine as one of the 2018 "100 Best Companies".
Hackathons present an opportunity to impress potential employers with your skills, knowledge and collaboration. Goldman Sachs participates in a number of hackathons during the school year where students can meet our engineers and recruiters.
Goldman Sachs is ranked #2 on Universum’s latest list of World’s Most Attractive Employers for business students. The firm is also ranked #21 among Engineering and IT students.
During National Coding Week, we are focusing on how teaching young women to code early in their careers can open a world of opportunities for a new generation.
For the tenth consecutive year, Goldman Sachs has been named the most prestigious investment bank in The Vault Guide to the Top 50 Banking Employers.
Goldman Sachs gathered over 500 women leaders in business for a networking evening at the Serpentine Galleries. Hear their best advice to other women.
This summer, Goldman Sachs gathered over 500 women leaders in business for a networking evening at the Serpentine Galleries in London. Listen to their best advice to other women in business.
Goldman Sachs engineers from around the world attended the Great Indian Developer Summit (GIDS), held from April 24-28, 2018 in Bengaluru, India, delivering talks and demonstrations, meeting fellow engineers, hosting an engineering quiz and sponsoring a booth that attracted over 1,000 conference attendees.
As the deal-making landscape becomes increasingly complex, investment bankers have adapted to meet the changing needs of the companies they work with. Goldman Sachs’ Matt Gibson, co-head of Global Investment Banking Services and Elizabeth Tyndell, co-head of Experienced Hire Recruiting, share their thoughts on the changing landscape and how it’s impacting hiring.
Goldman Sachs hosted its first-ever Trader Academy program for 16 women students graduating in 2019 to provide mentorship, training and information about careers in trading at Goldman Sachs.
Attention Java Developers in India: Goldman Sachs Engineering’s Nikhil Nanivadekar will be presenting at five Java User Group meetups this month, in Chennai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Thiruvananthapuram.
Goldman Sachs has been named to LinkedIn’s “2018 Top Companies” lists in the US, UK and India. The lists represent the companies in each country where professionals most want to work.
LinkedIn has named Goldman Sachs to its “LinkedIn Top Companies 2018: Where India Wants to Work Now” list, a ranking of the top 25 companies in India where most professionals want to work.
More than twenty students with disabilities from the Salt Lake City area recently attended a careers day at Goldman Sachs to get advice and to learn about career opportunities in their communities.
Twenty Goldman Sachs employees attended the Lesbians Who Tech and Allies Summit in San Francisco earlier this month to meet fellow engineers and to talk about their innovative engineering work at the firm.
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In celebration of the mathematical constant pi, earlier today we shared a riddle.
Michele Docharty, a partner in our Securities Division, and Anilu Vazquez-Ubarri, the firm’s chief diversity officer and global head of talent, have been named by the Association of Latino Professionals for America’s (ALPFA) to its '50 Most Powerful Latina Women in Corporate America' List. The list was published by ALPFA in cooperation with Fortune.
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.
Fortune magazine named Goldman Sachs on its 2018 "100 Best Companies to Work For" list. The firm, which ranks #89 this year, has been selected to the list every year since Fortune began publishing it 21 years ago.
Forty students from four colleges and universities near the firm’s offices in Jersey City and Manhattan have been selected to participate in The Local College Collaborative, a six-month program designed to provide broad-based leadership and career readiness training.
Over 3,500 students from 25 engineering schools across India participated in the fifth annual GS Quantify engineering challenge hosted by the Goldman Sachs office in Bengaluru.
Join us for an upcoming NY Java SIG (New York Java Special Interest Group) session on Wednesday, February 7th at Goldman Sachs. Join Java aficionados from the firm and the JavaSIG community for an evening of learning and networking.
On January 23, Goldman Sachs hosted an evening session with the New York City User Experience Professionals Association (NYC UXPA). The session featured a talk by Tom Greever, a User Experience (UX) Director at Bitovi, a front-end design and development consultancy, and author of Articulating Design Decisions. Over 150 UX professionals from Goldman Sachs and the NYC UXPA community attended.
In our Securities Division, the people focused on structuring, quantitative finance and engineering—known as "strats" within the firm—work in a variety of roles, ranging from modeling risk and writing complex algorithms to engineering technology platforms and analyzing data. Thalia Chryssikou, co-head of Global Sales Strats and Structuring across FICC and Equities, shares her thoughts on the evolution of strats' roles at Goldman Sachs and across the industry.
In the wake of devastation following the natural disasters this fall, Goldman Sachs, through the firm’s Office of Corporate Engagement and over 1,000 employees who volunteered, galvanized to lend support to those affected.
We take a look back at the 20 most popular careers blog posts in 2017. The articles cover topics such as career advice, our summer intern class and innovation in the industry, to name just a few.
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.
“Goldman Sachs’ Digital Journey,” a new case study by the Harvard Business School which highlights how technology is being used at Goldman Sachs, was recently presented in a class at Harvard University. The case study examines a series of initiatives within the firm’s divisions to create internal efficiencies and strengthen its core business with new clients.
The National Business Group on Health awarded Goldman Sachs a silver level ‘Best Healthy Lifestyles’ award as one of the 2017 Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles.
There are a select group of Goldman Sachs employees who live in two worlds: having full-time careers at the firm while serving a commitment to the U.S. military as National Guard or Reserve Service members. We profile four of them in this article.
Over 500 Goldman Sachs employees recently packaged more than 100,000 meals in one day to support the ongoing relief and recovery efforts in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria.
The Goldman Sachs UK Technology Apprentices Programme, which allows students to complete an apprenticeship at Goldman Sachs while attending university, has been ranked 18th in a survey conducted by RateMyApprenticeship, a website for students and school leavers seeking apprenticeships.
Meet members of our employee Women’s Network who share their perspectives on how participating has helped their lives both at home and work.
We asked our 2016 UK class of technology degree apprentices to share their best advice for the incoming 2017 class. Here is what they had to say.
Goldman Sachs has partnered with St. Joseph’s School for the Blind in Jersey City, NJ, to sponsor the 2017 Student Art Project themed “More Than Meets the Eye”. Students from St. Joseph’s and public schools in Jersey City collaborated to create art that celebrates their similarities and their differences.
Goldman Sachs has placed fifth in careers site Vault.com’s annual ranking of companies with the most prestigious internships, according to their survey of nearly 12,000 current and former interns. The survey, The 20 Most Prestigious Internships for 2018, released yesterday and published on Forbes.com, ranks Goldman Sachs first among all banks.
Christina Minnis, Alex Chi and Rob Pulford, partners at Goldman Sachs, led a team of people from the firm who ran a 200-mile relay race to raise funds for charity.
For the 15th consecutive year, Goldman Sachs has been named to the Working Mother 100 Best Companies list.
Goldman Sachs CIO Elisha Wiesel shares his thoughts on how artificial intelligence and advances in automation are affecting the workplace and creating opportunities for the next generation of workers.
Goldman Sachs Engineering participates in a number of hackathons during the course of this year. We share some tips from engineers at the firm who have been hackathon mentors in 2017.
We highlight 5 tips to help get you started in preparing for your interviews.
Valentino Carlotti, global business partner for the Investment Banking and Merchant Banking Divisions at Goldman Sachs, discusses his experiences with the Boys' Club of New York growing up in New York City and now as a member of the nonprofit's executive committee.
Edith Cooper reflects on the recent violence in Charlottesville and encourages us to be committed to progress during this troubling time.
Goldman Sachs has launched three of its latest open source projects – Jrpip, Obevo and Tablasco – on GitHub.
In honor of Alan Turing’s birthday, inventor of the Turing machine and famous code breaker of the Second World War, see if you can crack this code.
Read the email sent by Lloyd C. Blankfein, chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs, to our new class of summer analysts and associates.
Goldman Sachs was recently recognized for its efforts in promoting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) inclusion in Hong Kong and Australia.
A group of Goldman Sachs employees helped raise over $150,000 for StreetSquash, an urban enrichment youth program in Harlem, New York. The nonprofit combines squash instruction with academic tutoring, college preparation, leadership development, community service and mentoring for students.
As automation sweeps through the global economy, it is changing the nature of jobs in some unexpected ways. Goldman Sachs' Chief Information Officer Elisha Wiesel shares his thoughts on how artificial intelligence and advances in automation are affecting the workplace, and creating opportunities for the next generation of workers.
The Goldman Sachs office in Salt Lake City has been profiled by The Salt Lake Tribune, in an article highlighting the firm’s growth and its role in creating a dynamic downtown area.
A Goldman Sachs Engineering team represented the firm at the 2017 Devoxx US Conference. The team presented on robotics and Java programming languages at the conference’s first US event, held in San Jose, CA from March 21-23. The team also demonstrated self-built robots that are sent commands via social media and presented at the Devoxx4Kids program held on March 19.
On April 9, 2017, Elisha Wiesel, chief information officer of Goldman Sachs, was featured in the CBS Sunday Morning Money Issue cover story, Automation Nation. In the segment, Elisha makes the case for embracing coming disruptions in technology as a way to make people’s jobs more efficient and creative and to engage more fully with our clients.
On eFinancialCareers’ annual Ideal Employer list for the US and UK, Goldman Sachs ranked first on surveys of almost 6,000 finance professionals.
In celebration of the mathematical constant pi, earlier today we shared a riddle.
Fortune recognized Goldman Sachs on its annual '100 Best Companies to Work For’ list for 2017. Goldman Sachs is one of only five firms – and the only financial services firm – to be included on the list every year since its inception 20 years ago.
The second annual Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) Young Professionals and Future Leaders event, hosted at the Goldman Sachs London offices on February 23, explored the economic and social impact of the Millennial generation.
Fortune released its annual list of the World’s Most Admired Companies. Goldman Sachs was ranked number 27.
Fast Company recognized Goldman Sachs as #1 in the finance sector on its annual list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies. The article highlights the firm’s entry into the consumer banking space with the launch of Marcus, the first consumer digital lending platform for Goldman Sachs.
The Goldman Sachs A-Level Girls Inspire Programme, a one-day event introducing final year female A-Level and Baccalaureate students to the financial services industry, is now accepting applications.
We highlight the top 20 most popular careers blog posts for 2016.
Sheila Patel, CEO of Goldman Sachs Asset Management International, shares what she’s hearing from clients around the globe, gives advice on mobility and why it’s important to follow through on your commitments.
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.
The Goldman Sachs office in Bengaluru recently engaged more than 2,700 students for its fourth annual GS Quantify competition, where students explored the role of engineers through solving real-world quantitative finance and analytics problems.
A Goldman Sachs Engineering team represented Goldman Sachs at the 2016 JavaOne Conference, marking the third year in a row Goldman Sachs engineers have attended. The team demonstrated robotics and open source code in the Exhibition Hall, and had the opportunity to present during the sessions at JavaOne and JavaOne4Kids.
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.
Interested in exploring a career in financial services? Apply now to our summer analyst programs and experience an internship at Goldman Sachs. The deadline to apply in the Americas and EMEA is December 4, 2016.
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.
Nine Goldman Sachs employees in our Frankfurt office were invited to review books this summer for the German Business Book Prize, which was awarded last week.
You are invited to register your interest for a networking event which will be an opportunity to meet like-minded female professionals from across the city in an informal setting. Dr. Nerina Ramlakhan will join us for the evening, speaking on the importance of wellness and resilience.
Goldman Sachs has officially launched its latest Apache 2.0 licensed Java Framework, Reladomo, on GitHub and Maven Central.
Goldman Sachs hosted the twelfth annual Out for Undergrad Business Conference, bringing together LGBT students and sponsoring banking, consulting and financial services firms.
Brittany McLellan Fitzgerald, an analyst in Goldman Sachs’ Human Capital Management Division, volunteers for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Learn more about how she and her colleagues are making an impact with the organization.
Goldman Sachs participated in a private sector roundtable during the Leaders’ Summit on Refugees held during the United Nations General Assembly on September 20 in New York.
Global Head of Recruiting Mike Desmarais shares tips on how to get hired as an Investment Banking summer analyst at Goldman Sachs. Learn more about the opportunity, interview process and best practices in Bloomberg’s Cheat Sheet.
Jason Granet, a managing director in London, is a trustee for Fairy Bricks—a Yorkshire-based charity whose mission is to brighten the lives of sick children through Lego.
Fourteen teams comprising 74 Investment Banking Division interns and summer associates competed on behalf of several charities in competitive pitches to panel of partners for $50,000 in Goldman Sachs Gives grants.
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.
Anilu Vazquez-Ubarri, chief diversity officer and global head of Talent Development at Goldman Sachs, and an alumna of Fordham University School of Law, shares insights on the launch of the Alumni Attorneys of Color affinity group at the school. The group aims to encourage connectivity and inclusion among Fordham Law community members and alumni.
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.
A new article by eFinancialCareers highlights the final step in our campus recruiting process—attending a Superday of in-person interviews at the firm. Get tips on how to prepare for the Goldman Sachs Superday and make the most of the opportunity.
In 2015, John Levene, a senior leader in Goldman Sachs’ Securities Division, joined the MTV Staying Alive Foundation – a nonprofit organization that aims to increase awareness, education and prevention of the HIV epidemic among young people – on a self-funded trip to Africa to witness the charity’s impact first-hand.
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.
Undergraduate business students ranked Goldman Sachs No. 4 for the second consecutive year on Universum’s 2016 'World’s Most Attractive Employers' list.
Goldman Sachs introduces key updates to the global campus recruiting program.
Former Goldman Sachs interns share tips on hitting the desk with confidence in the third edition of our internship advice series.
In a recent study by The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Goldman Sachs was ranked #11 among the top corporate donors of 2015.
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.
Craft products are rapidly gaining share across retail categories and forcing established brands to adapt. Goldman Sachs Research’s Judy Hong explains what’s behind the trend and how it’s playing out in spirits and beer.
Goldman Sachs was ranked number 24 on CR Magazine’s “100 Best Corporate Citizens” list, up from number 88 last year.
Goldman Sachs was given the Progression Award at the 2016 Business in the Community (BITC) Workplace Gender Equality Awards in London.
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 firm’s first learning and development-focused podcast for employees, produced by analysts, is part of our ongoing efforts to provide educational resources across different formats and platforms including mobile.
According to a Universum survey of more than 20,000 undergraduate business students, Goldman Sachs is one of the companies they most want to work for. Students based their preferences on qualities including leadership opportunities and a creative, dynamic work environment.
In our annual letter to shareholders, Lloyd Blankfein, chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs, and Gary Cohn, president and COO, reflect upon 2015 and the forward outlook across our diverse businesses, what we are focused on and why we are optimistic about the longer term.
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.
Through interactive sessions designed to teach, challenge and inspire, black, Hispanic/Latino and Native American college students will explore the different career paths at the firm and build meaningful relationships.
Business Insider details a day in the life of two analysts in our Technology Division in London.
Our LaunchPAD program helps pave the way to academic and career success for Black, Hispanic/Latino and Native American students through experiential learning and mentorship. Applications are now being accepted for the program, which starts in July.
April 3, 2016 is the deadline to apply for our autumn 2016 apprentice program in London, where successful candidates can get a head start on careers in Goldman Sachs' Technology Division.
Read about the firm’s latest initiative for analysts in an article by The New York Times. The Analyst Impact Fund provides an opportunity for our analysts to win up to $100,000 for nonprofits of their choice.
Goldman Sachs was proud to be a Gold Level sponsor of the Black Solidarity Conference and host of a career talk with global head of Human Capital Management Edith Cooper.
Co-head of Global Mergers & Acquisitions Gregg Lemkau shares career advancement advice and why he has stayed at Goldman Sachs for nearly 24 years.
For the ninth consecutive year, Fortune magazine included Goldman Sachs on its “World’s Most Admired Companies” list. The firm was ranked No. 23. The annual survey, conducted in partnership with Korn Ferry Hay Group, reflects the perceptions of companies across industries around the world.
Edith Cooper, global head of Human Capital Management, discusses how Goldman Sachs recruits, retains and rewards our people – contributing to what makes Goldman Sachs the #1 company financial services professionals want to work for, according to the 2016 eFinancialCareers “Ideal Employer” rankings.
Goldman Sachs' Technology Division in EMEA hosted an event for 10 start-ups participating in the FinTech Innovation Labs London.
Goldman Sachs participated in the annual 100-kilometer race from January 22 to 23 along the outskirts of Bengaluru.
CodeGS challenges you to build a creative and innovative component using APIs and integrations of your choosing. Apply to participate and meet fellow developers from the area while learning about our work in engineering.
Risk magazine named Goldman Sachs its risk solutions "House of the Year" at an awards dinner in London on January 27, recognizing the firm for its innovative solutions and citing its role in several transactions.
The Guardian reports on firms offering innovative childcare programs in the workplace and highlights Goldman Sachs’ onsite children’s centers in London, Tokyo and New York.
On June 22, 2015, Goldman Sachs joined The Linux Foundation’s Open Container Initiative, a coalition of technology firms working to establish open industry standards for software containers.
Goldman Sachs joined the open source community, the Eclipse Foundation. As a solutions member, we will migrate our open source Java library, GS Collections, which will be renamed Eclipse Collections. The migration will allow the open source community to contribute to—and benefit from—our work.
On September 10, 2015, Goldman Sachs was included on the annual Dow Jones Sustainability North American Index - the only addition within the category Diversified Financials in 2015.
Interns from schools across India came together for events and networking with Goldman Sachs senior leadership in Bengaluru.
America Needs You—an organization founded by an alumnus of Goldman Sachs—helps low-income, high-achieving, first-generation college students reach graduation and move on to successful careers. Trier Bryant, Goldman Sachs' vice president for Americas diversity recruiting, talks to the Chicago Tribune about America Needs You’s important work.
This recent release includes new containers, enhanced APIs, and updated training materials.
Our team of engineers visit the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's premier hackathon.
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.