Scott Steinhardt
Scott Steinhardt
Summer Internship: Slalom (Consulting)

Scott Steinhardt grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana. After graduating from Louisiana State University with a degree in Economics, he moved to Washington, DC to work in financial services. Most recently, he served in various finance and operational roles at The Carlyle Group. While at Carlyle, Scott was also co-head of the LGBTQ+ employee resource group where he lead firm-wide initiatives related to the LGBTQ+ community. He is a MBA student at NYU Stern where he is specializing in Strategy and Finance. At NYU Stern, Scott has held a number of leadership positions, including block leader, Board Member of Stern Speaks, and 2018-2019 Diversity Committee.

Speaker/Moderator
Launch Captain
Events He/She Will Be Speaking At:
Day 6

1:30 PM to 2:45 PM
CAREER PANEL #1

Various Locations
44 West 4th Street
New York City, NY

*Check your email for more information and to sign up for the below sessions, in which LAUNCH Captains will share their recruiting stories.*

KMC 1-70: "Waiting for Takeoff": Learn how to embrace the risk and reap the rewards of the spring semester job search.
KMC 2-60: "Navigating the Fall Rush": Discover strategies for managing your time and maximizing success during the busy fall/winter on-campus recruitment cycle.
KMC 5-50: "Pivot Perspectives": Gain wisdom from students who initiated major career switches during their first year in the MBA program.
 

3:00 PM to 4:15 PM
CAREER PANEL #2

Various Locations
44 West 4th Street
New York City, NY

*Check your email for more information and to sign up for the below sessions, in which LAUNCH Captains will share their recruiting stories.

KMC 1-70: "Waiting for Takeoff": Learn how to embrace the risk and reap the rewards of the spring semester job search.
KMC 2-60: "Navigating the Fall Rush": Discover strategies for managing your time and maximizing success during the busy fall/winter on-campus recruitment cycle.
KMC 5-50: "Pivot Perspectives": Gain wisdom from students who initiated major career switches during their first year in the MBA program.