Alumni From Top Firms Give Students Much-Needed Advice About Working on Wall Street

There is no such thing as “the end of Wall Street,” Lance Hirt ’87YC, a partner at Lindsay Goldberg and trustee of Yeshiva University, told students at the second Wall Street Connection Series event on Nov. 3. This came as some reassurance to the more than 150 students who attended the panel discussion and networking event, “How to Find a Job on Wall Street.”

Alumni From Top Wall Street Firms Share Advice and Experience with Students

The recent turmoil in the financial markets could not deter the almost 100 students interested in careers on Wall Street who attended the first panel discussion of the “Wall Street Connection Series” on Sept. 22. The series’ first event—moderated by Daniel Posner ’91Y, managing director at D.E. Shaw and Board member of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary—introduced students to career options in finance and featured alumni who have excelled in investment banking, research, sales and trading, and private equity/alternative asset management.