ORIGIN Co-Founders' Zoom Meeting

Cornellians Create Virtual Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for College Students

Chen spoke to the lessons that students could take away from the program, including valuable soft skills such as interpersonal and communication skills, strong teamwork and leadership skills as well as hard skills including “business acumen from their mentors” and “how to implement industry practices in creating secure and robust software and designing impactful, user-friendly products.”

Jonathan Epstein, Ethan Geller, Josh Thomas

On the Grind: Sales and Trading Edition

Sales and trading is one of the most coveted roles within the finance industry, which makes landing a summer internship very difficult for many Cornell students. Three undergraduates offered their best tips on how to break into and succeed in this exclusive career path. Johnathan Epstein ’20 is a senior studying policy analysis and management and minoring in business. Epstein interned at Citigroup for the summer and is returning full time. Ethan Geller ’20 is a senior studying economics and minoring in business who interned at Deutsche Bank for the summer and is returning full time to the Foreign Exchange Structuring desk.

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The Psychology of the Restaurant Business

“Students are rewarded too often for finding the right answer. In most subjects and in real life, there is no right answer…make connections among different disciplines, cultures, and your own experience,” Robson said. “The way that you think makes you unique and useful in business. If you can be useful, you have a competitive advantage.”