Brianna Gaytan, MHA ’12 is an Administrative fellow at City of Hope and has been an Administrative professional with several organizations since graduating from Loyola Marymount University and Texas A&M University.

Brianna shared that the City of Hope will be hosting a webinar for all those interested in the City of Hope Administrative Fellowship on August 16, 2021 at 12-1 PM PST.

Application deadline is October 1, 2021. All those interested can RSVP by scanning the code on the LinkedIn posting shared by City of Hope. You can also contact Brianna directly.

Lisa Miller ’89 is the Senior Vice President, National Director of Marketing, Foundation & Institutional Advisors at Northern Trust Corporation.

Northern Trust serves the world’s most successful individuals, families and institutions through deep expertise, a culture of unwavering values and operational precision—working closely with every client to help them achieve something greater. From their roots as a trust bank to a global presence today—with nearly 20,000 employees across offices in 22 states and Washington, D.C., and 22 international locations—their foundation of strength and stability helps clients grow with confidence.

Lisa says, “I’m hiring for a marketing and sales associate. Location is flexible – I just want the best candidate. Ideally they’d be in LA or Pasadena. I need someone smart, hard worker and has a few year’s experience – at least one or have done internships. As I was thinking of the ideal candidate, and I was like, “I need a Webbie!”

To check out the job posting and to apply, visit Northern Trust’s posting and email alumni@webb.org to have us connect you with Lisa.

Gauri Gadgil ’06 is a Program Associate at Sequoia Climate Fund, a new foundation that strives to prevent the worst impacts of climate change by investing in grantees that are accelerating the transition to clean energy by 2030. Their work is guided by the likely speed and scale of emissions reductions and warming prevention. Open positions include Chief Operating Officer, Evaluation and Learning Manager, China and Asia Pacific Manager, Climate Policy Data Scientist, Data Visualization Associate, Program Associate.

More information is posted on their website: https://sequoiaclimate.org/employment/.  If you’d like to reach Gauri to find out more about the company, email alumni@webb.org for her contact information.

Juli (Nokleberg) Hychko ’10 is a Program Manager at Cromulence, cybersecurity company located in Melbourne, FL.  If you’re a software developer or cyber engineering type who wants to explore options, Juli is hiring 6 engineers for some of her programs. She would be pleased to support any Webbies who are interested!

Juli is a graduate of the US Air Force Academy and has worked in the defense and space industry. She’s skilled in intelligence analysis, military aviation, statistical data analysis, government, and organizational leadership.

More information is posted on Cromulence’s website: https://cromulence.com/careers as well as on LinkedIn jobs if you search “cromulence”.  If you’d like to contact Juli to find out more about the company, email alumni@webb.org for her contact information.

Nicholas Ting ’10 is an MBA Candidate at Cornell Johnson Graduate School of Management with a focus in Finance. Prior to his MBA candidacy, he worked as a Corporate Development Associate and an experienced Analyst with financial consulting experience.  He is available to offer career and industry advice. After his MBA, he’ll join Perella Weinberg as an IB associate.

If you’d like to reach Nick to network, email alumni@webb.org for his contact information.

Opportunity to learn about a career in the medical devices field.

Matt Abrams ’10 began his career in the cardiac heart division where he worked primarily with pacemakers. In this role he combined clinical and business acumen and was present in the catheter lab during surgery assisting the doctor.

Matt recently made the switch to TAVR, which is a transfemoral heart valve and is eager to share incites about his work and the technological advancements being made in the field.

Matt currently works at Medtronic Structural Heart as a Senior Therapy Development Specialist.

Email the Alumni Office at alumni@webb.org for details.

This opportunity is generously supported by the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) Paid College Internship Program. AAMD’s program is designed to engage college students from underrepresented backgrounds, to encourage and nurture their career opportunities in the art museum field—while providing the financial support necessary to make participation in an internship possible.

The 12-week internship has been postponed to summer 2021. The selected intern will receive a stipend of $6,300.

About the Education Department
The Museum’s Education Department supports visitors of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities as they establish meaningful relationships with the art, life, and vision of Isamu Noguchi. Programs are intimate, focused, and inquiry-based; encourage openness, exploration and experimentation; and emphasize the creative potential of the individual.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Attend weekly education department meetings
  • Assist in the development, outreach, and implementation of weekend family programs at The Noguchi Museum with a focus on targeting the Museum’s local Hispanic and Latin American community
  • Collaborate with teaching artists and develop program content in both Spanish and English
  • Document and evaluate the effectiveness of programs through interviews and generate reports

Qualifications

  • This opportunity is only available to undergraduate students enrolled in their sophomore, junior, or senior year
  • Must have the ability to travel to two out-of-state professional development conferences. Students will not be responsible for travel or conference costs
  • An interest in the life and work of Isamu Noguchi, and the field of museum education
  • Ability to read, write, and speak Spanish and English is strongly preferred
  • Background in studio art, art history, education, or a related field

To Apply
Please contact alumni@webb.org for more details.

The Noguchi Museum
AAMD Summer Internship in Museum Education
32-37 Vernon Boulevard
Long Island City, NY 11106

The deadline for submitting applications has been postponed to March 1, 2021. Selected candidates will be interviewed in March 2021 and all applicants will be notified following selection.

Many thanks to faculty members Ardina Greco and Mark Dzula for sharing this opportunity. They both worked at the Noguchi Museum and are available to answer questions about the internship.

The Jefferies Women’s Initiative Network (jWIN) is excited to invite women in the Class of 2023 to apply to spend an immersive day with Jefferies. Selected applicants will have the opportunity to meet professionals across divisions and experience a day in the life at a Global Investment Bank.

Selected candidates will have the opportunity to:
• Attend a panel of Managing Directors to hear insights from successful women
• Hear from Analysts to understand why they chose Jefferies & financial services
• Meet with Senior Management to learn about their time in the industry
• Learn about a Day in the Life of women at Jefferies
• Explore the career paths of non-Finance majors and how they found their passion for finance
• Receive networking and interviewing advice from our Campus Recruiting Team

To Apply
Deadline to apply is January 31, 2021. If accepted, the symposium takes place February 26, 2021. Please contact alumni@webb.org for more details.

Many thanks to Valerie Kraus ’11 for sharing this opportunity. Valerie is the VP of Healthcare Corporate Access at Jeffries. She is available to answer questions about the company or the symposium.

Would you like some feedback on your resume or are you creating one for the first time? Are you writing a cover letter and don’t know where to start? The Alumni Office is here to help!

Depending on the industry, resumes come in different forms and sizes. A resume for a research position is different than one for an investment banking job. Also a strong cover letter can help you stand out in the application process.

There are alumni in different industries who are available to review your resume and/or cover and provide feedback.

Resume Library: If this is your first time putting a resume together, the Alumni Office has a library of resume samples available to share.

Contact the Alumni Office at alumni@webb.org for details.

Learn how to transition your computer science interest into game development!
Alumni contact: Ziyad Duron ’15

Want to make video games but aren’t sure where to start or how to get into the industry? Ziyad Duron ’15 is currently obtaining a degree in game design with a dozen games under his belt and experience working at game studios. Ziyad is more than happy to share his experience and help transition your interest in programming, art, or design into working in the gaming industry.

One of his video games, Family Style, is a cooperative multiplayer food game, that is a top seller on the App store. Players race against the clock as they assemble dishes, trade ingredients, and try to keep their kitchen afloat.

Ziyad has a BA degree in Information Science and is currently working on his MFA at New York University. He’s available to a video chat, email exchange or phone call.

Contact the Alumni Office at alumni@webb.org for details.

PBS Engineers is a multi-discipline Consulting Engineering firm, specializing in Electrical, Mechanical, and Plumbing Engineering.
Alumni contact: Kunal Shah ’97

PBS Engineers, Inc. provides engineering related to building design, and preparing construction documents to facilitate the construction of a wide array of facilities.

PBS’ summer internship program is currently on hold, but Kunal is available for a zoom call or an email exchange to answer questions about engineering or the construction industry in general.

Kunal Shah ’97 is the President/CEO of PBS Engineers.

Email the Alumni Office at alumni@webb.org for details.

Opportunity to network with a family practice physician.
Alumni contact: Dr. Rahmi Mowjood ’90

Cucamonga Valley Medical Group has provided quality healthcare to the Inland Empire since 2006. Its physicians are board certified in family medicine, and are available to see infant, children, adult, and elderly patients. They provide comprehensive primary care, general and sports physicals, well-child exams, acute and chronic disease management, in-office procedures, wellness optimization, and osteopathic manipulative therapy.

If you are interested in learning more about family medicine and the healthcare industry, Dr. Rahmi Mowjood ’90, a family practice physician and partner at Cucamonga Valley Medical Group, is available for a zoom call or email exchange.

Email the Alumni Office at alumni@webb.org for details.

Opportunity to network with a partner at a law firm
Alumni contact: Roland Reynolds ’83

Are you thinking of going to law school or pursuing a career in law? This is an opportunity to speak with a partner at a law firm to learn more about a career in law and how law firms work.

Roland Reynolds ’83 is a partner at the firm of Gordon & Reynolds, located in Los Angeles. He concentrates on areas related to real estate finance, mortgage banking, consumer finance and bank operations, and advises clients in the areas of commercial real estate, consumer and commercial lending and secured transactions.

Roland has an AB from Dartmouth College and a JD with distinction from McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific. He is the former chairman of the Consumer Financial Services Committee of the State Bar of California and former chairman of the Financial Practices Section of the Orange County Bar Association.

Roland is available for a zoom chat, phone call or email exchange.

Contact the Alumni Office at alumni@webb.org for details.

Opportunity to learn more about the Teach For America experience.

Alumni contact: Megan Fu ’11

Have you ever had an interest in Teach For America? Megan Fu ’11 is a past corps member and she is available to answer your questions about the process and her experience.

Email the Alumni Office at alumni@webb.org for details.

Learn about financial advising at Merit Wealth Management, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.
When: Summer 2021

Hosted by: Sandeep Madhavan ’99

Sandeep is a franchise owner and the lead financial advisor at Merit Wealth Management, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.

He serves over 120 clients in the Los Angeles area.  His  team provides a goal-driven approach to financial planning that starts with a commitment to listening to clients and striving to become someone they feel comfortable talking with. By taking the time to understand all of the financial concerns clients carry with them, Sandeep and his team make recommendations that drive them toward specific goals. His specific areas of focus are:
• Wealth Preservation Strategies
• Retirement Planning Strategies
• Small Business
• Estate Planning Strategies
• Charitable Giving

Sandeep is licensed and registered to conduct business in California. Based on licenses and registrations he holds, he may also conduct certain business in NY, WI, VT, MA, OH, RI, GA, FL, NJ, CO, TX, NC, KY, CT, NH, IA.

Some projects will allow for remote work.  Sandeep is also available to review your resume and offer feedback.

For information on how to apply, contact the Alumni Office at alumni@webb.org.

Learn about what a career in labor advocacy.
Alumni contact: Jose Govea ’74

Jose Govea ’74 is a Field Representative with United Teachers Los Angeles. With more than 31,000 members, UTLA is the second largest teachers union local in the nation.

Jose is available for a phone call or email exchange if you would like to know more about labor advocacy.

Email the Alumni Office at alumni@webb.org for details.