Date: January 12, 2018
Time: 10:30 – 11:45
Student Capacity: 20
Location: 1095 Ave of the Americas (42nd street and 6th Ave). The 37th floor is our main reception desk.
Fletcher Facilitator: Portia Alexis
Additional meeting instructions:
- Students should arrive 10-15 minutes early to get through security.
- The building is located on 1095 Ave of the Americas (6th Ave and 42nd street), the building has recently been renamed/rebranded as “3 Bryant Park.” (It’s a large bluish/green building with a big “Sales Force” sign on the top. There is a Whole Foods and Pandora store at the street level).
- Students who will be attending the session will be registered with our building security.
- Note, there are two entrances to the building (the entrance on 6th Ave is for Sales Force/Whole Foods only… Students will need to come to the back entrance (the non-6th Ave side), via the courtyard in between 41st and 42nd
- Once inside students will need to sign in with the building security (show a legal form of ID and take a picture), security will then give each student a paper badge to get through the 1st floor turnstiles.
- Students will then enter the large elevators which (only) goes to the 23rd
- Once on the 23rd floor the paper badges will no longer work. Students can check in with the sky lobby security desk and simply show them the paper badge and ask to be swiped up to Standard Chartered on the 37th floor )… the security guard will bring them to a second set of elevators and will scan the elevator keypad which will allow them access to the 37th
- The 37th floor has our main reception desk. Here the receptionists will contact me upon the students arrival. I can escort all of the students to the Brazil room.
Here is the listing of the event speakers:
- Edward Lee | Fletcher 2015| Credit analyst LinkedIn Profile
- Mitch Mackay – Program Manager, Financial Crime Compliance |LinkedIn Profil
- Julie Everitt – Human Resources |LinkedIn Profile
- Katie Lynch – SCB Internship / IG Program|LinkedIn Profile
Hosts: to be determined
- Additional Information: US internships are open to students with permanent US work authorization who are graduating by June 2019. Standard Chartered has a number of internships globally. To apply for an Internship position, students must have the permanent legal right to work in the country for which they are applying for, The session will be heavily US focused, but they are happy to have non-US citizen join to learn about the program.