Innovation and Transformation at the Heart of Yosef Levine ’94YUHSB ’99SB’s Work Yosef Levine’s mantra may not be Silicon Valley’s “move fast and break things,” but he loves the creative disruption that comes from using technological advancements to improve current practices. “It’s in my DNA,” he said, and it shows in his work at Deloitte, which […]
Presidential Fellowship Alumni Bring Leadership Skills and Experience to Diverse Professional Careers
Panelists Offer Insight for Jobs in the Creative Arts at Career Development Center Event When he first started Yeshiva University in 2005, Yishai Seidman said he thought he had three choices: become a lawyer, accountant or doctor. He picked the last path, but after a few semesters he realized something was amiss. “I was fooling […]
Career Development Center Offers Students Opportunities, Resources to Connect with Wide Range of Employers Two down, two to go. Sarah Clyde, a Stern College for Women senior graduating in May with a shaped degree in computer science, had four job interviews in the last two weeks. All of them were with employers she met at […]
Google Employee and Yeshiva Alumnus Speaks about Career Path at Computer Science Club Event On November 16, more than 150 Yeshiva University students flocked to Furst Hall to get the scoop on robotics, software development and how Google features like G-chat and spam filters work from Dr. Chanoch Goldfeder, a software engineer at Google. Goldfeder, […]
As part of an exciting new initiative for Yeshiva University undergraduates, the Sy Syms School of Business Student Council, in conjunction with the YU Office of Alumni Affairs and the Career Development Center, recently hosted “Wall Street Connections,” a two-part series of panel discussions and networking events connecting undergraduates with accomplished alumni in the financial sector. Representing the top firms on Wall Street, participating alumni spoke about what it takes to have a successful finance career, which proved inspirational for students.
The S. Daniel Abraham Israel Program hosted a career fair at the Renaissance Hotel in Jerusalem to demonstrate how a Yeshiva University education can benefit them.