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Goldman Sachs Professionals Help a Job Readiness Nonprofit

04 May 2017

Last year a group of Goldman Sachs analysts nominated STRIVE International, a New York-based job readiness nonprofit, for funding through the inaugural Analyst Impact Fund competition. Now, they’ve formed a young professionals committee for the organization and are helping with fundraising and other initiatives.

Reaching a Broad Talent Pool

25 Apr 2017

Developing top talent starts with recruiting people with unique backgrounds and perspectives. To reach and evaluate a broader and more diverse applicant pool, we are leveraging technology more than ever. Matt Jahansouz, global head of recruiting, explains how the introduction of on-demand video interviewing enabled the firm to engage with candidates from more schools in 2016.

Being a Great Place to Work

09 Mar 2017

Edith Cooper, global head of Human Capital Management at Goldman Sachs, reflects on what it means to be a great place to work and why she has stayed at the firm for more than 20 years.

Sally Boyle: Women Supporting Women

07 Mar 2017

Sally Boyle, international head of Human Capital Management at Goldman Sachs, speaks about the importance of female role models in recognition of International Women’s Day.

Women in India Explore Careers in Financial Services

09 Feb 2017

The second annual Women Emerging in Finance event, recently hosted at the Goldman Sachs Bengaluru office, offered students an opportunity to network with people from across the firm and learn more about careers in financial services.

Profile: Rana Yared, Securities Division

05 Dec 2016

Rana Yared, a managing director in the Securities Division, speaks with The Glass Hammer about her journey from academia to financial services, the importance of having fun and her advice on how to stand out from the pack.

2016 Student Art Project in Jersey City

01 Nov 2016

Goldman Sachs recently celebrated its 12th season of the Student Art Project in Jersey City, New Jersey and showcased the artwork of 30 local students. Launched in 2005 with the Jersey City education, arts and nonprofit communities, the Student Art Project is a free arts and education program aimed to introduce students to new artistic mediums, environments, and topical issues within their community.

Meet Our People: Julie Silverman

11 Oct 2016

Julie Silverman, a managing director in our Investment Banking Division, reflects on being out in the workplace and the strength of the LGBT community and their allies at Goldman Sachs.

A Conversation with Marty Chavez

09 Sep 2016

Marty Chavez spoke with interns from around the world and reflected on his background, career path and the impact of technology on the financial industry. The session was part of ‘Explore GS,’ a summer-long speaker series for interns at the firm.

Ask the Engineer: Matthew

03 Jun 2016

Matt Papas, a managing director at Goldman Sachs, oversees a team that utilizes a broad range of languages and platforms to build technology across the firm’s equities business. He shares his experience in the LGBT community and why it’s important to bring one’s whole self to work.

Why Hire a Veteran?

09 Jan 2016

Goldman Sachs cofounded Veterans on Wall Street (VOWS), an initiative that helps former and current military personnel discover career opportunities in finance. On November 10, 2015 Goldman Sachs hosted the fifth annual VOWS Symposium and Hiring Fair. We asked the previous year’s attendees to share some of the special traits veterans can bring to the workplace.

'America Needs You' Launches Fellowship Program in Chicago

04 Jun 2015

America Needs You—an organization founded by an alumnus of Goldman Sachs—helps low-income, high-achieving, first-generation college students reach graduation and move on to successful careers. Trier Bryant, Goldman Sachs' vice president for Americas diversity recruiting, talks to the Chicago Tribune about America Needs You’s important work.