- InRoads – Places qualified minority college students in two-four year internships with corporate sponsors in business and industry.
- Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) – Equips African Americans, Latinos and Native Americans with the skills, coaching, and connections they need to lead organizations and communities worldwide.
- Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) – A premier summer internship program for college students of color, with internships in accounting, asset management, corporate law. global financial leadership, investment banking and management consulting, and philanthropy.
- Girls Who Invest (GWI) – A unique opportunity comprised of a four-week educational experience at either the University of Pennsylvania or University of Notre Dame, learning core finance and investment concepts from top professors and building relationships with industry leaders, all with free tuition, room, and board on-campus. The other component of the program is a six-week paid internship – secured by Girls Who Invest – at a leading asset management firm around the world.
- Starting Bloc – Partnering with top business schools, Starting Bloc is a non-profit that provides training in socially responsible entrepreneurship and business practices. Fellows attend four weekend-long training sessions in Boston, New York or London.
Summer Business Programs
- Excel & Accounting: There are a number of options for learning Excel, a necessary skill for finance positions. Williams OIT offers free access to LinkedIn Learning, a site full of great training videos to coach you through Excel and other business skills. If cost is not an issue, trainingthestreet.com offers a wide variety of workshops geared specifically toward finance, including valuation, accounting, and modeling. Accounting or Financial Analysis courses are often offered over winter term at Williams and are also offered at a wide variety of colleges over the course of the summer.
- Harvard HBX CORe: The Language of Business
- Tuck Bridge Program
- Stanford Summer Institute for General Management
- University of Chicago Booth School Summer Business Scholars Program
- Berkeley Haas School BASE Summer Program
- University of Virginia McIntire Business Institute
- Vanderbilt Accelerator Summer Business Institute
Post-Grad Graduate Study in Business for Liberal Arts Students (Typically 10 month – 1-year programs)
- Wake Forest Masters in Management
- Duke Fuqua Master of Management Studies: Foundations of Business (MMS:FOB)
- University of Virginia’s Master of Science in Commerce
- Babson Master of Science in Entrepreneurial Leadership
- The Catholic University of America Masters in Business Analysis
- St. John’s University Master of Science in Risk Management and Insurance or Master of Science in Enterprise Risk Management
- The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Program is a professional credential administered by the American-based CFA Institute to investment and financial professionals. In order to obtain it, a candidate must pass three, six-hour exams, have earned a university degree (or equivalent) and must have four years of qualified, professional work experience. You may register for the Level I exam if you are in your final year of your bachelor’s degree program, but you must have earned your degree before registering for the Level II exam.
Robin Meyer, Director of Employer Relations, Associate Director of the ’68 Center