Entry Point! For more detailed information about the program and its requirements, please visit the Entry Point! See what a student has to say about her experience with Entry Point! Video Transcript. The Workforce Recruitment Program WRP is a recruitment program for students and recent graduates with disabilities for employment with the federal government.
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In the face of a grim economic outlook, many students and alumni are starting to panic about their job prospects taking a nosedive. While career experts across campus emphasize that a Cornell degree still holds value in the marketplace, many are stepping up their efforts to help job-seekers with new initiatives. Students aiming for financial-sector careers are the hardest hit. Of the top 10 to 12 employers hiring Cornell graduates from the undergraduate schools and colleges in the past several years, about six, such as Wall Street's Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch, are being absorbed by other firms.
Our focus is to give members experience with valuation and sector analysis by assigning projects within industry groups that mimic the structure of a typical investment bank. Mentor Program and Professional Development. We give members the chance to learn from older members that have been through the recruiting process through mock interviews, resume critiques and general career advice. New members are placed in a semester-long education program that teaches the basics of finance, investment banking fundamentals, valuation methods, and financial modeling.