Modern Muse program:
A week in the life at Credit Suisse
We to inform you of the next ‘Modern Muse: A Week in the life of Credit Suisse’ program, which is an interactive, informative and fun week that will run from 15 – 19 July, 2019. The Modern Muse program is run in partnership with Credit Suisse’s Europe, Middle East and Africa Women’s Network and the IT Women’s Council.
The Credit Suisse Modern Muse program is designed to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs and future business leaders. It informs and motivates young women, girls, and those identifying as female, by introducing them to the wide range of career opportunities available within banking.
This particular opportunity is best suited for students aged between 16 and 18 years old who are considering further and higher education choices, as participation in the program offers a broad insight into the finance world, which will support them in their next phase of decision making in their education and future career.
The week will be a mixture of interactive sessions including a trading game, the opportunity to develop soft skills and the chance to hear from current graduates. A full agenda will be provided upon confirming successful placement.
Places on this program are limited due to popularity and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis and is open to many of our school and charity partnerships.
If you would like to nominate yourself, please email; email@example.com by 24 May, 2019,. Once we have received all (See more)requests and allocated the spaces we will notify you of next steps.
15 – 19 July, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (certain days may vary)
Venue: Credit Suisse International
One Cabot Square
Please don’t hesitate to contact us via the above email address if you have any questions regarding the program.
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Thank you to all the amazing girls and schools who attended and participated in the day.
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The Credit Suisse Modern Muse program – Panel Event
The Modern Muse program inspires, informs and motivates young women and girls, introducing them to the wide range of career opportunities available within banking.
To support this, on the 29 March 2019 and as part of our International Women’s Day focus ‘Balance for Better’, we are holding a panel event to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs and future business leaders for girls who are aged between 15 – 18 (year’s 10 - 13 at school).
Within the session which will run from 2pm – 4 pm, the girls will be inspired by a panel of Credit Suisse employees who will talk about their backgrounds, their career paths and their role models.
It will give the girls an opportunity to learn about what it’s like to work in a global investment bank with offices all over the world, and find out more about the wide range of different jobs available.
The event also provides the opportunity for the girls to network with a variety of Credit Suisse employees and ask questions to support their current and future education and career decisions.
If you are interested in attending this event, you can register by sending an email, with your name, the name of your school, your year and why you are interested in attending to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 20 March.
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The workshop is for girls who are aged between 14 - 16 (year’s 9 – 11) and 16 -18 (year’s 12-13) respectively.
Within the interactive session, the students will have the chance to hear from Credit Suisse staff from different backgrounds and departments about their roles at Credit Suisse, Campus recruitment and the opportunity to participate in an number of activities such as:
The importance of Wellbeing at work
Working In Change
Protecting your Brand
This is a great Muse event which are are looking forward to holding.