Kaulkin Ginsberg Company, the leading M&A and strategic advisory firm specializing in the accounts receivable management (ARM) industry, in conjunction with the University of Maryland, College Park’s College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Department of Economics, began its fall 2017 fellowship semester earlier this month. Fourteen carefully selected undergraduate fellows will focus on the auto loan financing, truck shipping, healthcare and northeast state government industries.
Michael Thomas, Senior Associate and Director of Research at Kaulkin Ginsberg and alumni of the program, explained the impact the fellowship program had on his undergraduate career, “I worked full-time as a restaurant manager while attending the University of Maryland, which made traditional internships nearly impossible. Because the Research Fellows is an on-campus program that encourages students to work together and manage projects on their own, just as you would in the real world, I was able to participate and gain valuable experience that otherwise would not have been available.”
Realizing the importance of high-end research in the professional world, Kaulkin Ginsberg and the University of Maryland’s Department of Economics teamed up to provide students with a way to gain valuable experience, without having to add an internship to their busy schedules. For more information about the Research Fellowship Program, please visit our website or email us at email@example.com.
About Kaulkin Ginsberg Company
Since 1991, Kaulkin Ginsberg Company has provided critical strategic advice to the outsourced business services industry. Our client-centric approach covers almost every stage of a company’s life cycle and enables us to maintain longstanding relationships as trusted advisors. We provide mergers and acquisition advisory, strategic consulting, valuation and financial solutions, market intelligence and analysis, as well as litigation support and expert witness.
About the University of Maryland’s Department of Economics
The size and diversity of the faculty at the University of Maryland’s Department of Economics permits study in virtually every major theoretical and applied area of economics, including advanced macro and micro, comparative institutional economics, econometrics, economic development, economic history, environmental and natural resource economics, industrial organization, international economics, labor economics, political economy, and public economics.
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