CFA Society Boston's Investment Management Women's Summer Internship Program
Women undergraduate students are welcome to apply for one or more internships.
A total of seven 8—10 week, Boston-based, full-time, paid internships will take place between June 10—August 16, 2019 at four highly respected Boston-based firms (Eaton Vance, Loomis Sayles & Company, Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management, State Street Global Advisors).
- Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis
- Final deadline for applications is September 30, 2018
- Interviews will be conducted by mid-October 2018
- Hiring decisions are expected to be made on or near October 31, 2018
To complete this application, please do the following:
1. Answer the questions below.
2. Email your resume, cover letter, and unofficial transcripts to Jeanne Wolf:
3. Submit this online form
Indicate for which internship you are applying:
Eaton Vance Equity Research Intern
Loomis Sayles Credit Research Intern
PRIM Investment Intern
State Street Global Advisors Intern
Anticipated Graduation Date (month and year are needed, estimated day is acceptable)
Are you legally eligible to work in the United States on a permanent basis?
Do you have any relatives or household members that work at any of the four participating firms (Eaton Vance, Loomis Sayles, Mass PRIM, State Street Global Advisors)?
If you answered yes to the previous question, please list the company name(s) and the name(s) of the employee(s).
Please describe any previous internship or related experience in financial services.
Describe how you follow financial markets and/or investments.
Do you have any experience creating financial models or analyzing financial statements? If yes, please describe.
Tell us about a work or academic career experience that has been meaningful to you. (300 words).
BEFORE YOU HIT THE SUBMIT BUTTON!
To complete your application, email your resume, a cover letter and your unofficial transcript to Jeanne Wolf:
Thank you for completing the CFA Society Boston internship application!
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