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Northeast Women in Public Finance Information and Networking Event

Date:November 14, 2013 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm EST
Location:Location: To be sent to confirmed attendees
Contact:For further information regarding this event, please contact Center for Career Education by sending email to cce@columbia.edu .
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Date: Thursday, November 14th
Time: 6:00 8:00pm, check in will begin at 5:30.
Location: To be sent to confirmed attendees
Open to: Sophomore and junior undergraduate women and first and second year female law students interested in learning more about a career in Public Finance
Register: Please visit the 'How to Apply' section of our website (https://jpmorgan.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/mobile-0/appcentre-5/brand-6/candidate/so/pm/1/pl/8/opp/2535-Northeast-Women-in-Public-Finance-Information-and-Networking-Event/en-GB) to submit your resume and a maximum 500-word cover letter for consideration.
J.P. Morgan is partnering with Northeast Women in Public Finance to host an information and networking session for sophomore and junior undergraduate women and 1L and 2L female law students interested in learning more about various careers in Public Finance. We want you to meet successful female leaders in Public Finance. And they want to meet you.

This event will provide you with a unique opportunity to hear panelists speak about their roles in the Public Finance industry, how these roles fit together, and how they may fit you. Many started as summer interns and are now successfully driving our business forward.
This opportunity will appeal most to women with economics and public policy academic backgrounds, but interested women of all concentrations are strongly encouraged to apply. A resume and brief cover letter submission is required to be selected.
Its a great chance for you to network with our female leaders. And for us to get to know you.

What is Public Finance?
Public Finance is an industry focused on raising capital for municipalities and other tax-exempt issuers. Municipal borrowers receive tax exemptions that allow them to borrow at competitive costs. Participants in the business vary widely; this event will give you the opportunity to hear from such an array as the borrowers themselves, the banks underwriting the debt, financial advisors of municipal borrowers, public finance attorneys, municipal credit analysts, market-
makers, and more.

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