Participants line up to ask questions at a Heilbrunn Center event.
As a Company
Hire a Columbia Student
To hire a student in the Value Investing Program for an internship or full-time position, contact Louisa Serene Schneider, administrative director of the Heilbrunn Center, at (212) 851-5992 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Available positions also may be posted directly on the Columbia website at www.gsb.columbia.edu/jobpost.
Sign up for our Newsletter
Email email@example.com to join our mailing list and receive updates about center events and news.
As an Alumnus
Mentor a Student
The Mentor Program is a service provided by the Heilbrunn Center to second-year students who have been selected to participate in the Value Investing Program at Columbia Business School.
Students are paired with mentors based on the student‘s career goals and the professional experience of the mentors. Mentors offer advice and insight to students interested in a career in value investing and are assigned for one academic year.
A mentoring relationship may include phone, emails, or in-person meetings. For more information on becoming a mentor please contact Marci Zimmerman at 212-851-9558 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign Up for our Newsletter
Alumni should sign up via the Alumni website. Log in, then go to the Centers and Institutes category on the E-mail Lists page.
Join Us on LinkedIn and Facebook
Join our LinkedIn page and Facebook group to network with other alumni.
As a Prospective Student
Learn about the Heilbrunn Center
Learn more about courses and events that are sponsored by the Heilbrunn Center.
Apply to the Value Investing Program
Apply to the Value Investing Program during the spring term of your first year.
Compete for Prizes and Scholarships
The Heilbrunn Center provides unique opportunities to win prizes and scholarships through the Sonkin Family Prize, the Heilbrunn Fellowship and Scholarship program, the Moon Lee Prize, and the Pershing Square Challenge.
Join Student Organizations
The Columbia Student Investment Management Association is an especially valuable resource, offering lectures by notable industry practitioners, career networking opportunities, and other activities that supplement both classroom education and recruiting efforts.
Other clubs of interest include the Columbia Finance Association, the Equity Research Club, the Real Estate Association, and the Social Enterprise Club.