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Wells Fargo Securities Spring and Summer Programs

Wells Fargo is committed to developing the leaders of tomorrow, and as part of that commitment, we are proud to host upcoming events and opportunities for high-performing students from diverse backgrounds.

Freshman Finance Diversity Forum (April 18-20; Charlotte, NC) – An event for top freshman undergraduate students in any major who are interested in exploring a career in business and learning about the variety of opportunities within the financial services industry.  Students can expect to:

  • learn more about Wells Fargo Securities, the financial services industry and careers in investment banking and sales & trading,
  • meet with senior management and WFS professionals,
  • participate in information sessions, panels and networking events and,
  • interview for summer internship opportunities.

All travel and meal expenses will be paid by Wells FargoOpen to all freshmen including female, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/other Pacific Islander, and LGBTQIA students, as well as military veterans and students with disabilities, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in any major with an expected graduation of December 2020, or May/June 2021

Applications due by Sunday, March 11, 2018more details here and the application is here

 

WFS “Women on Wall Street” (May 22-23; Open to current sophomores)

  • More details to come soon, including program details, how to apply, application deadline etc.

 

WFS Sophomore Summer Analyst Program (Summer 2019; Open to current freshmen for after their sophomore year)

  • Current description of the program on the link above
  • Website to be updated soon with how to apply, application deadline, etc.

 

WFS Junior Summer Analyst Program (Summer 2019; Open to current sophomores for after their junior year)

  • Current description of the program on the link above
  • Website to be updated soon with how to apply, application deadline, etc.

2018 Credit Suisse Steps to Success Program

Are you a Freshman interested in financial services and looking to jumpstart your career?

The Credit Suisse Steps to Success Program offers diverse candidates (for example, students who are female, Black,
Hispanic, LGBT, veterans, disabled, or diverse in other ways) the opportunity to learn about the financial industry and
specifically, what it’s like to work at Credit Suisse.

Selected candidates will be invited to participate in a 2-day program on April 5-6, 2018 at our office in New York City.
Participants will develop professional skills through workshops and networking sessions, while learning about our Global
Markets and Investment Banking Capital Markets divisions.

Global Markets Program – Sales & Trading:
As a Sales & Trading Summer Analyst you will develop technical skills for analyzing, underwriting and trading stocks, bonds
and other securities while rotating through both sales and trading desks.

Investment Banking and Capital Markets Program:
As an Investment Banking Summer Analyst you will gain exposure to the business, learn financial modeling and valuation
techniques from experienced professionals, and contribute to innovative deals that are transforming today’s corporate
landscape.

Qualifications & How to Apply
To register for the program please visit our events website at credit-suisse.com and select the program you wish to apply to.
You you must be a first year student (class of 2021) from a diverse background enrolled in a 4-year Bachelor’s degree
program.

All applicants must submit:

  • A cover letter that details why you would be a good candidate for this program
  • An up-to-date resume

Selected participants must be available to attend both days of the program

Deadline to Apply: Thursday, March 1st 2018 at 5 pm EST
Questions: Please contact uscampus.recruiting@credit-suisse.com

For more information and upcoming events, please visit credit-suisse.com/careers

Summer Internship with MU Alcohol Research Training Summer School

Application deadline is February 15, 2018. Applicants will be notified of decisions by March 15, 2018.

The MU-ARTSS program is structured into a week-long didactic program providing an intensive introduction to alcohol research followed by an 8-week research internship in the lab of a MU-ARTSS professor. The program is set up to provide an independent learning experience and offer the intern an opportunity to get a sense of a ‘grad school’ working environment. The internship is full-time with a stipend of $3,600. In addition, the University of Missouri will be providing room and board at no cost to the intern. However, travel costs are not covered and are the responsibility of the intern. Interns will receive 1 hour of academic credit (course title: Special Problems in Psychology, Psych 2950) from the University of Missouri which is paid for by the program. MU-ARTSS aims to increase the pipeline of scientists among minority and nonminority undergraduates who are interested in pursuing careers in alcohol research and is supported by a grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA, R25AA023687), part of the National Institutes of Health. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents.

The summer program will contain four components:

  1. A week-long didactic program held in the Department of Psychological Sciences from May 30 – June 6, 2018. Topics to be covered include both psychosocial and biomedical aspects of alcohol use and disorder, its causes, consequences and treatment.
  2. At the conclusion of the didactic program, MU-ARTSS students will be placed in internships from June 7 – July 27, 2018 in the laboratories of addiction researchers housed in the Department of Psychological Sciences at MU. Depending upon students’ interests, students will be placed in laboratories that focus on one or more of the following areas: (a) human genetics, (b) behavioral pharmacology, (c) psychiatric epidemiology, (d) neuroimaging, and (e) statistical modeling. In these internships, students will work alongside other interns, graduate students, and faculty members to gain experience in contemporary alcohol research that will provide valuable experiences in preparation for graduate study. This experience will culminate in a formal presentation to MU-ARTSS interns, faculty, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows and a poster presentation at the Summer Undergraduate Research & Creative Achievements Forum.
  3. Weekly meetings with the MU-ARTSS group to update on the status of the project, professional development discussions, informal discussions on research topics led by postdoctoral and predoctoral fellows, and viewings and subsequent discussions of classic movies that portray the myriad of ways alcohol affects people’s lives.
  4. Structured activities as part of MU-SURP on campus, including seminars, training in the responsible conduct of research, and professional development.

We are looking for undergraduates, typically sophomores and juniors, freshmen can apply and seniors who will not have graduated until after the summer of 2018. Most applications are interested in continuing their education in Psychology but any student interested in science and medicine are welcome to apply.

Apply in Handshake!

Summer Internship with MU Alcohol Research Training Summer School

Application deadline is February 15, 2018. Applicants will be notified of decisions by March 15, 2018.

The MU-ARTSS program is structured into a week-long didactic program providing an intensive introduction to alcohol research followed by an 8-week research internship in the lab of a MU-ARTSS professor. The program is set up to provide an independent learning experience and offer the intern an opportunity to get a sense of a ‘grad school’ working environment. The internship is full-time with a stipend of $3,600. In addition, the University of Missouri will be providing room and board at no cost to the intern. However, travel costs are not covered and are the responsibility of the intern. Interns will receive 1 hour of academic credit (course title: Special Problems in Psychology, Psych 2950) from the University of Missouri which is paid for by the program. MU-ARTSS aims to increase the pipeline of scientists among minority and nonminority undergraduates who are interested in pursuing careers in alcohol research and is supported by a grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA, R25AA023687), part of the National Institutes of Health. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents.

The summer program will contain four components:

  1. A week-long didactic program held in the Department of Psychological Sciences from May 30 – June 6, 2018. Topics to be covered include both psychosocial and biomedical aspects of alcohol use and disorder, its causes, consequences and treatment.
  2. At the conclusion of the didactic program, MU-ARTSS students will be placed in internships from June 7 – July 27, 2018 in the laboratories of addiction researchers housed in the Department of Psychological Sciences at MU. Depending upon students’ interests, students will be placed in laboratories that focus on one or more of the following areas: (a) human genetics, (b) behavioral pharmacology, (c) psychiatric epidemiology, (d) neuroimaging, and (e) statistical modeling. In these internships, students will work alongside other interns, graduate students, and faculty members to gain experience in contemporary alcohol research that will provide valuable experiences in preparation for graduate study. This experience will culminate in a formal presentation to MU-ARTSS interns, faculty, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows and a poster presentation at the Summer Undergraduate Research & Creative Achievements Forum.
  3. Weekly meetings with the MU-ARTSS group to update on the status of the project, professional development discussions, informal discussions on research topics led by postdoctoral and predoctoral fellows, and viewings and subsequent discussions of classic movies that portray the myriad of ways alcohol affects people’s lives.
  4. Structured activities as part of MU-SURP on campus, including seminars, training in the responsible conduct of research, and professional development.

We are looking for undergraduates, typically sophomores and juniors, freshmen can apply and seniors who will not have graduated until after the summer of 2018. Most applications are interested in continuing their education in Psychology but any student interested in science and medicine are welcome to apply.

Apply in Handshake!

Bank of America Merrill Lynch Recruiting Season News

2018 – 2019 Recruiting Process: What should you do now?

As a first year or sophomore starting the recruiting process, the best place to start is learning as much about a firm and the available programs as you can prior to applying and interviewing. To help you navigate through the process, BAML hosts on-campus events at select core schools, webcast sessions for schools across the nation, hosts an Insight Week (see below!) and connects you to their business leaders to build your network.

Winter Webcast Series

This webcast series, designed to educate you on all that Bank of America Merrill Lynch has to offer and help you define your interests. Below is a menu of the upcoming presentations and information so you can find the best fit for you. In each webcast, an overview of the line of business and program, tips for interviewing, and time to answer your questions will be provided. Further information on the event and joining details will be provided upon registration. Click links below to secure your spot today!

 

Global Corporate and Investment Banking 101Register Here
Tuesday, January 30, 2018; 6:00 – 6:45pm

Global Markets 101Register Here
Tuesday, February 06, 2018; 5:30 – 6:30pm

Insight Week

In April of 2018 the BAML campus recruiting team will host the fourth annual Insight Week, a one-and a half day professional development opportunity targeted at women and underrepresented freshmen and sophomores interested in firm-wide career opportunities. If you’re selected, BAML will bring you to their Charlotte or New York office. You will have the opportunity to meet with senior business leaders from across the firm, conduct mock interviews, attend resume workshops, take part in professional growth activities, and begin to build your network of contacts at BAML. The deadline to apply to Insight Week is February 7.

Visit BAML’s website to learn more about these great programs:

Application Timeline

BAML will host an on-campus information session at Middlebury. Stay tuned for more information on the date this spring.  Applications for all 2019 summer internship programs are expected to open early summer and all students are required to apply on BAML’s Campus Careers Website, https://campus.bankofamerica.com. Additional information will follow regarding specific application open dates and deadlines. As a reminder, last year GBAM introduced first round video interviews as part of the assessment process for all undergraduate candidates, and this will continue to be part of the process into next season.

January – February

  • Bank of America webcast series kick-off! (Schedule below)
  • Insight week applications open

February – March

  • On-campus presentations and networking events begin

March – April

  • Insight week 2018
  • Find a mentor – ask your campus recruiter for help!
  • Continue to stay engaged with events and school teams

Tips From BAML

  • Use our webcast series to educate yourself on our firm and opportunities.
  • Use in-person events to make connections with our teams.
  • Build genuine relationships with professionals in the industry.
  • Gather information about the company roles/opportunities.
  • Perfect your resume to be a reflection of yourself – highlight relevant experiences.
  • Ask your career advisor for help –peer career advisors, resume workshops, mock interviews, etc.

For further inquiries, please schedule an appointment via Handshake with finance careers advisor Ursula Olender or connect to BAML’s website.

 

2018 Freshman Enhancement Program

The Freshman Enhancement Program provides Black, Hispanic, Native American, and LGBT students the opportunity to experience the culture of Morgan Stanley. We encourage students of all majors and disciplines to apply.

Selected candidates will participate in a 1-week paid program at Morgan Stanley offices in New York City. The week will include valuable training as well as opportunities to network with each other and learn from Morgan Stanley professionals across businesses.

Students are able to apply to one or both of the Freshman Programs:

  • Institutional Securities (includes Investment Banking, Global Capital Markets, Sales & Trading and Research)
  • Wealth Management

Requirements:

You are a current freshman undergraduate student (class of 2021). You have an interest in financial services, excellent work ethic, and strong verbal/written communication skills. You are analytical, quantitative, have the ability to multi-task, are results-driven, a leader, and a team player with a positive attitude.

Dates:

Monday, May 21 – Friday, May 25

Venue:

Morgan Stanley Headquarters, New York, NY

GPA:

3.0 minimum

Deadline To Apply:

Sunday, February 11

 Institutional Securities Group: Click Here

 Wealth Management: Click Here

To learn more about the specific divisions at the Firm, please click here for our virtual webinar series.

For questions, contact mscampusrecruiting@morganstanley.com

30 Internship Programs You Should Know

Thanks for the folks at US Black Engineer magazine for curating this list! If you are searching for internship opportunities, here are 30 internship programs you should know!