List of 2019 Investment Banking Diversity Programs, Women Programs and Early Programs (North America)

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1. Goldman Sachs

Central City Symposium

Participants will enjoy skill building workshops, group activities and networking opportunities with professionals at the firm.

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: Undergraduate Freshman or Sophomore

Location: Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Washington D.C.

Deadline: Check GS website for 2019 deadline

Link: Goldman Sachs Central City Symposium

Goldman Sachs ‘Virtual Office Hours’ Sessions

Goldman’s Virtual Office Hours are opportunities to connect virtually with Goldman Sachs professionals via live video conference. Topics range from interview prep, divisional deep dives and professional/technical skill development to open Q&A with recruiters and professionals across the firm.

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: Undergraduate and graduate school students and recent college graduates.

Location: Digital via Internet

Deadline: Ongoing

Link: Goldman Sachs ‘Virtual Office Hours’ Sessions

Goldman Sachs Undergraduate Camp

Goldman Sachs Undergraduate Camp is an interactive multi-day program for Black, Latino/Hispanic, Native American and/or first generation college freshmen and sophomores of all majors. This program is designed to expose selected participants to the financial services industry and allow them to explore its numerous career paths. The program features challenging and interactive case studies, group projects, technical and soft skills training, and networking with Goldman Sachs professionals.

Type: Diversity (Minorities & First-Generation College Students)

Eligibility: Applicants should be black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American and/or first-generation undergraduate students graduating between December 2020 and June 2022.

Location: Dallas, New York, Salt Lake City

Deadline: January 6, 2019 11:59 PM ET

Link: Goldman Sachs Undergraduate Camp

Goldman Sachs Pride Summit

Goldman Sachs Pride Summit is a multi-day introduction for undergraduate freshman and sophomores. Participants learn how to navigate the summer intern recruiting process, participate in career workshops and meet with members of the firm’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Network.

Type: Diversity (LGBT)

Eligibility: Applicants should be undergraduate students graduating between December 2020 and June 2022 who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender.

Location: New York City

Deadline: January 6, 2019 11:59 PM ET

Link: Goldman Sachs Pride Summit

Goldman Sachs Hispanic Latino Leadership Summit

This is a three-day summit of networking, skill building and dialogue as GS convenes Hispanic/Latino student leaders from universities around the country at the inaugural Goldman Sachs Hispanic/Latino Leadership Summit.

Type: Diversity (Minorities – Hispanic / Latino ONLY)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students graduating between December 2018 and June 2020 who self-identify as Hispanic/Latino.

Location: New York City

Deadline: September 9, 2018

Link: Goldman Sachs Hispanic Latino Leadership Summit

Goldman Sachs Women’s Leadership Camp

Women’s Leadership Camp is a multi-day camp introducing women interested in financial services to the vast opportunities at Goldman. Participants learn how to navigate the summer intern recruiting process, participate in career workshops and meet with members of the firm’s Women’s Network.

Type: Diversity (Women ONLY)

Eligibility: Applicants should be undergraduate women graduating between December 2020 and June 2022.

Location: New York City, Salt Lake City

Deadline: January 6, 2019 11:59 PM ET

Link: Goldman Sachs Women’s Leadership Camp

Goldman Sachs Insight Series

Experience the learning and networking opportunities of Goldman’s in-person camps from your own mobile device through this multi-day, flexible hour live learning series.

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: Undergraduate students graduating between December 2020 and June 2022.

Location: Online Series

Deadline: March 31, 2019 11:59 PM ET

Link: Goldman Sachs Insight Series

Goldman Sachs Diverse Abilities

Launched in 2008, this one-day career event targets college freshmen and sophomores with disabilities who are seeking summer internships in the financial services industry. Students pair up with a Goldman Sachs professional and participate in firm overviews, trading floor tours, skill-building workshops and lunch with Disability Champions.

Type: Diversity (Disabilities)

Eligibility: Undergraduate freshmen and sophomores with disabilities.

Location: New York City

Deadline: Check back in the fall

Link: Goldman Sachs Diverse Abilities

Goldman Sachs MBA Roundtables

The Goldman Sachs MBA Roundtables is an event for first year MBA students. This experience will give students insight into the people and culture of the firm, as well as into Goldman’s 2019 Summer Associate internship opportunities. Participants will be given the chance to build relationships with Goldman Sachs professionals through interactive networking sessions and small group dinners.

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: The Goldman Sachs 2018 MBA Roundtables is an event for first year MBA students starting in the Fall of 2018.

Location: New York City

Deadline: Check back in the spring

Link: Goldman Sachs MBA Roundtables

Goldman Sachs MBA Women’s Symposium

The Goldman Sachs MBA Women’s Symposium is a multi-day event for first-year women MBA students interested in learning more about the financial services industry and summer internship opportunities at the firm. Attendees learn about career opportunities globally and have the opportunity to network with Goldman Sachs women to prepare for the Summer Associate recruiting process.

Type: Diversity (Women ONLY)

Eligibility: First-year women MBA students.

Location: New York City

Deadline: Check back in the fall

Link: Goldman Sachs MBA Women’s Symposium

Goldman Sachs Scholarship for Excellence

The Goldman Sachs Scholarship for Excellence (SFE) is awarded to students who embody Goldman’s Business Principles, which are fundamental to its long-term success and set the standard for everything it does. Upon starting their summer internship, SFE recipients will receive up to $15,000 toward tuition and academic expenses.

Type: Diversity (Minorities ONLY)

Eligibility: Undergraduate juniors or sophomores; Pursuing a 2019 summer internship; Black, Hispanic/Latino or Native American.

Location: Atlanta, Boston, Calgary, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Irving, Jersey City, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, West Palm Beach, Washington D.C.

Deadline: December 15, 2018 by 11:59 p.m. ET

Link: Goldman Sachs Scholarship for Excellence

Goldman Sachs MBA Diversity Symposium

The Goldman Sachs MBA Diversity Symposium is a multi-day event for first-year MBA students who identify as Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or women interested in learning more about the financial services industry and summer internship opportunities at the firm. Attendees learn about career opportunities globally and have the opportunity to network with diverse Goldman Sachs professionals to prepare for the Summer Associate recruiting process.

Type: Diversity (Minorities & Women)

Eligibility: Black, Hispanic/Latino, and Native American; First-year MBA students; Women.

Location: New York City

Deadline: November 11, 2018

Link: Goldman Sachs MBA Diversity Symposium

Goldman Sachs Veteran’s Summit

Launched in 2011, this one-day career event targets first year MBA veterans and transitioning military members who are seeking summer internships in the financial services industry. Attendees will learn more about the firm, GS internship opportunities, and how to navigate the recruiting process. They will also meet professionals from a range of divisions and network with members of the Firmwide Veterans Network.

Type: Diversity (Veterans)

Eligibility: Prior military experience; First-year MBA students.

Location: New York City

Deadline: Check back in the fall

Link: Goldman Sachs Veteran’s Summit

Goldman Sachs MBA Fellowship

Established in 1997, the Goldman Sachs MBA Fellowship is a reflection of the GS Business Principles and is awarded to recognize outstanding students and their achievements. Fellowship recipients will receive a $35,000 award in addition to the Summer Associate salary. Upon successful completion of the summer internship and acceptance of a full-time offer, Fellowship recipients will be awarded an additional $40,000, plus any full-time Associate signing bonus, as applicable.

Type: Diversity (Minorities & Women)

Eligibility: First-year MBA students; Pursuing a 2019 Summer Associate position at Goldman Sachs; Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American or women.

Location: Atlanta, Boston, Calgary, Chicago, Dallas, Greenwich, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle, West Palm Beach, Washington D.C.

Deadline: Check back in the fall

Link: Goldman Sachs MBA Fellowship

Goldman Sachs HBCU Leadership Summit (HBCU = Historically Black Colleges and Universities)

This is a three-day summit of networking, skill building and dialogue as GS convenes student leaders from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) around the country. Immersive case studies and workshops designed to elevate your leadership skills facilitated by Goldman Sachs professionals. Discussion on how black professionals at the firm are inspiring, leading and succeeding in a diversity of roles across the globe.

Type: Diversity (Minorities ONLY)

Eligibility: Applicants should be current undergraduate students at an HBCU.

Location: New York City

Deadline: Check GS website

Link: Goldman Sachs HBCU Leadership Summit

2. Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley Veterans Early Insights Program

Type: Diversity (Military /Veterans)

Eligibility: You are currently enrolled as a Freshmen or Sophomore at an undergraduate institution.

Link: Morgan Stanley Veterans Early Insights Program

Morgan Stanley Black, Hispanic, and Native American Early Insights Program

Type: Diversity (Minorities ONLY)

Eligibility: Black, Hispanic, and Native American freshman or sophomore at an undergraduate institution.

Link: MS Black, Hispanic, and Native American Early Insights Program

Morgan Stanley Career Discovery Day

Type: Diversity (Minorities, LGBT, Women)

Eligibility: Sophomore or junior at an undergraduate institution; Black, Hispanic, Native American, LGBT and female students

Link: Morgan Stanley Career Discovery Day

Morgan Stanley Women Early Insights Program

Type: Diversity (Women ONLY)

Eligibility: Women freshman or sophomore at an undergraduate institution.

Link: Morgan Stanley Women Early Insights Program

Morgan Stanley LGBT+ Early Insights Program

Type: Diversity (LGBT ONLY)

Eligibility: LGBT freshman or sophomore at an undergraduate institution.

Link: Morgan Stanley LGBT+ Early Insights Program

Morgan Stanley Richard B. Fisher Scholarship Program

In order to be considered for the RBF Scholarship Program, candidates must also submit a Summer Analyst Program application. If selected as an RBF Scholar, you will receive a financial scholarship for exceptional academic achievement following acceptance of a summer internship with Morgan Stanley. Students of all majors and disciplines are encouraged to apply.

Type: Diversity (Minorities and LGBTQ)

Eligibility: Black, Hispanic, Native American, and LGBTQ college juniors and sophomores

Link: Morgan Stanley Richard B. Fisher Scholarship Program

Morgan Stanley 2019 Freshman Enhancement Program

The Freshman Enhancement Program provides Black, Hispanic, Native American and LGBTQ students the opportunity to experience Morgan Stanley culture first-hand. Participating divisions include Wealth Management, Global Capital Markets, Investment Banking, and Sales & Trading and Research. Students of all majors and disciplines are encouraged to apply.

Selected candidates participate in a paid program at Morgan Stanley offices in New York City before June and based on participant availability (exact timing of the program to be determined). The program includes valuable training, networking opportunities and exposure to Morgan Stanley professionals across businesses.

Type: Diversity (Minorities & LGBTQ)

Eligibility: Freshman at an accredited 4-year institution; >3.0 GPA; Black, Hispanic, Native American and LGBTQ

Link: Morgan Stanley 2019 Freshman Enhancement Program

3. JPMorgan

JPMorgan Thomas G. Labrecque Smart Start Program

If you’re an ambitious, analytical New York City high school student who is ready to get a head start on a career in financial services, then Smart Start is the program for you. You’ll gain real-world experience working in our industry-leading businesses, while attending university on a full four-year scholarship. This is a program for HIGH SCHOOL students!

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: High school students in New York City

Deadline: March 1, 2019

Link: JPMorgan Thomas G. Labrecque Smart Start Program

JPMorgan Freshman Experience

You’ll start the program with virtual sessions designed to establish an understanding of your current skillsets and interests. Each session will teach you about a different aspect of JPM business: its programs and opportunities, each line of business and Corporate Investment Bank, Commercial Bank, Asset Wealth Management, Corporate opportunities and more. Based on virtual participation and a post-assessment, select candidates will be invited to the two-day program in New York City.

The in-person program offers a great opportunity to meet and network with JPM interns, employees and leaders. Through panel discussions and workshops, you’ll see JPM’s culture in action, learn about its community initiatives, diversity programs and employee experiences. To round out your career readiness, they’ll work with you on professional development, which will include communications and relationship management skills. Along the way, the bank will provide you with the support you need, including mentorship with one of its team members.

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: Freshman ONLY

Deadline: Check JPM website

Link: JPMorgan Freshman Experience

JPMorgan Launching Leaders – Undergraduate

This one- to two-day program provides an overview of the career paths available within the firm across JPM businesses and corporate functions. Find the ideal match for your skills and interests.

Type: Diversity (Minorities ONLY)

Eligibility: students who self-identify as Black, Hispanic and Native American

Deadline: Check JPM website

Link: JPMorgan Launching Leaders – Undergraduate

JPMorgan Proud to Be – Undergraduate

You’ll meet with LGBT members of the firm as well as allies and senior leaders, adding to your professional network. JPM will help prepare you for the interview process, putting you on a fast track for one of its internship programs. Those who join JPM from this Early Insights program will be assigned a mentor to help with your transition into JPMorgan Chase and navigating the firm’s many opportunities.

Type: Diversity (LGBT ONLY)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students who self-identify as LGBT

Deadline: Check JPM website

Link: JPMorgan Proud to Be – Undergraduate

JPMorgan We See Ability – Undergraduate

This event, which takes place at JPM global headquarters in New York City, gives students an opportunity to meet some of JPM’s senior leaders and learn more about its business and culture. You’ll hear about the experiences of employees with disabilities who work at JPMorgan Chase, learn about internship opportunities available at the firm and interview for one of its internship programs for which you are eligible.

Type: Diversity (Disabilities ONLY)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students with disabilities

Deadline: Check JPM website

Link: JPMorgan We See Ability – Undergraduate

JPMorgan Winning Women – Undergraduate

During JPM’s Winning Women event, you’ll discover what it takes to work in financial services, the types of roles that exist at JPM and how you can be a part of its future. The firm is looking for the next generation of female leaders.

Type: Diversity (Women ONLY)

Eligibility: Undergraduate female students

Deadline: Check JPM website

Link: JPMorgan Winning Women – Undergraduate

JPMorgan Early Advantage – MBA

Expand your career potential with this program led by JPM’s top business leaders. Designed for rising first year MBA students from diverse backgrounds, you’ll gain valuable guidance for success in a career in financial services.

Type: Diversity

Eligibility: Diverse first-year MBA candidates

Deadline: Check JPM website

Link: JPMorgan Early Advantage – MBA

JPMorgan Launching Leaders – MBA

This one- to two-day program will provide you with foundational job experience through first-hand introduction to JPM businesses, while building your industry knowledge and network.

Type: Diversity (Minorities ONLY)

Eligibility: First-year MBA students who self-identify as Black, Hispanic and Native American

Deadline: Check JPM website

Link: JPMorgan Launching Leaders – MBA

JPMorgan Proud to Be – MBA

You’ll meet with LGBT members of the firm as well as allies and senior leaders, adding to your professional network. JPM will help prepare you for the interview process, putting you on a fast track for one of its internship programs. Those who join JPM from this Early Insights program will be assigned a mentor to help with your transition into JPMorgan Chase and navigating the firm’s many opportunities.

Type: Diversity (LGBT ONLY)

Eligibility: First-year MBA students who self-identify as LGBT

Deadline: Check JPM website

Link: JPMorgan Proud to Be – MBA

JPMorgan Winning Women – MBA

During JPM’s Winning Women event, you’ll discover what it takes to work in financial services, the types of roles that exist at JPM and how you can be a part of its future. The firm is looking for the next generation of female leaders.

Type: Diversity (Women ONLY)

Eligibility: First-year female MBA students

Deadline: Check JPM website

Link: JPMorgan Winning Women – MBA

JPMorgan Military & Veterans

Current undergraduate students who are in the military or veterans are guided through the various career opportunities available at the firm in this hands-on introduction to global financial services. You’ll hear about the experiences of employees who previously served, learn about internship opportunities available at the firm and interview for one of JPM’s internship programs for which you are eligible.

Type: Diversity (Military / Veterans)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students in military / veterans

Deadline: Check JPM website

Link: JPMorgan Military & Veterans

4. Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Bank of America Global Banking & Markets Sophomore Summer Analyst Program

The BAML Global Banking & Markets Sophomore Summer Analyst Program offers you the unique opportunity to gain early insight into our leading Investment Banking and Sales and Trading businesses. It’s a 10-week internship.

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: Sophomore students

Location: United States

Deadline: See BAML website for 2019 deadline

Link: BAML Global Banking & Markets Sophomore SA Program

Bank of America Spring Diversity & Inclusion Forums

Whether you are in the early stages of exploring opportunities or you have decided on a potential career path, the Bank of America Spring Diversity & Inclusion Forums provide female and ethnically diverse first year and sophomore students with the opportunity to learn about the financial services industry, dive deep into specific business areas, develop relationships with professionals and prepare for the 2020 application and interview process.

Type: Diversity (Minorities & Women)

Eligibility: Black, Hispanic, Native American and female freshman & sophomore

Location: New York City & Charlotte

Deadline: February 3, 2019

Link: BAML Spring Diversity & Inclusion Forums

Bank of America Merrill Lynch Diversity Scholarship of Distinction

The Bank of America Merrill Lynch Diversity Scholarship of Distinction supports the bank’s commitment to recognizing top campus talent and awards high achieving candidates from historically underrepresented groups the opportunity to excel in the classroom and within the financial services industry. Up to $5,000, for sophomores, and $10,000, for juniors paid directly to your schools to be used towards tuition.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, LGBT, Disabilities, Military / Veterans)

Eligibility: Women, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, LGBT, military veterans, and students with disabilities; undergraduate

Location: United States

Deadline: Check BAML website

Link: BAML Diversity Scholarship of Distinction

Bank of America Merrill Lynch Ignite with STEM Diversity & Inclusion Forum

This one-day forum provides students pursuing a degree in a STEM field with insight into how their degree can make a global impact in financial services. Students will have the opportunity to meet with professionals with similar backgrounds and be exposed to a broad range of businesses focused on quantitative strategies, digital platforms and data analytics, enabling Bank of America to be at the forefront of driving change.

Type: Diversity (STEM)

Eligibility: Students with STEM majors graduating December 2020 – June 2022

Location: New York City

Deadline: February 3, 2019

Link: BAML Ignite with STEM Diversity & Inclusion Forum

Bank of America Merrill Lynch MBA Diversity Fellowship

The Bank of America Merrill Lynch MBA Diversity Fellowship Program will award merit-based fellowships to Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, military veterans, LGBT, students with disabilities and women in their first year of business school. Up to $40,000 of total tuition and fees towards the first year of your MBA Program. A paid summer internship with Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Banking Markets businesses.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, LGBT, Disabilities, Military / Veterans)

Eligibility: Women, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, LGBT, military veterans, and students with disabilities; MBA

Location: United States & Canada

Deadline: Check BAML website

Link: BAML MBA Diversity Fellowship

5. Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse Sophomore Diversity Program

The Credit Suisse Sophomore Diversity Program provides talented college sophomores from diverse backgrounds with first-hand experience in the financial services industry. The program offers outstanding college sophomores from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds (Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino and/or Native American descent) the opportunity to participate in a ten-week summer internship program at CS offices in New York City. Additionally, students who successfully complete the summer internship program will be eligible to receive a $5,000 scholarship and may be invited back for a junior year internship.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, LGBT, Veterans, Disabilities)

Eligibility: Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, female, military, and disabled sophomores graduating in December 2020 or June 2021

Location: Americas

Deadline: October 5, 2018

Link: CS Sophomore Diversity Program

Credit Suisse Women’s Mentor Program (Investment Banking)

The Credit Suisse Women’s Mentor Program offers unique opportunities for outstanding female college sophomores to learn more about Global Markets (Equity Research/Sales & Trading), Technology or Investment Banking & Capital Markets. This selective program offers numerous benefits, including early access to Credit Suisse leaders, technical skills training, mentorship, and shadowing & networking opportunities. Selected participants are invited to attend an in-office multi-day career development program, in addition to engaging in an on-going mentor relationship. Participants are paired with a senior level mentor in the Investment Banking Division. Additionally, participants will have the opportunity to participate in an accelerated interview process for an internship after their junior year.

Type: Diversity (Women ONLY)

Eligibility: Female students enrolled in a four year university program and graduating in either December 2020 or May/June 2021. Program is open to all majors.

Location: Americas

Deadline: February 17, 2019

Link: CS Women’s Mentor Program

Credit Suisse Steps to Success Diversity Event

The Credit Suisse Steps to Success Event 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 event on April 11-12, 2019 at CS office in New York City. Participants will develop professional skills through workshops and networking sessions, while learning about CS Global Markets and Investment Banking Capital Markets divisions.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, LGBT, Veterans, Disabilities)

Eligibility: First year student (class of 2022) from a diverse background enrolled in a 4-year Bachelor’s degree program

Location: New York City

Deadline: March 1, 2019

Link: CS Steps to Success Diversity Event

Credit Suisse MBA Fellowship Program

A $40,000 stipend for your first year of business school. Fellows who opt for a second year of their MBA program, successfully complete the Summer Internship Program, and accept a full-time offer with Credit Suisse receive an additional $40,000. A summer internship within Investment Banking in one of our U.S. offices.

Type: Diversity (Minorities & Women)

Eligibility: First-year MBA female students and first-year MBA students of Black/African American, Hispanic/ Latino and/or Native American descent.

Location: Americas

Deadline: Check CS website

Link: Credit Suisse MBA Fellowship Program

6. Citigroup

Citi Freshman Discovery Diversity Program

Citi’s Freshman Discovery Program is a two-day immersive experience held in late May at Citi’s Headquarters in New York City. As a participant, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about the future of work at Citi, hear from senior leaders and recent graduates, learn technical and soft skills and accelerate your career development.

Type: Diversity (Minorities & Women)

Eligibility: Freshmen currently enrolled in a four-year institution; expected graduation between Winter 2021-Spring 2022; self-identify as Black, Hispanic and/or Female

Location: New York City

Deadline: March 31, 2019

Link: Citi Freshman Discovery Program

Citi Early ID Program

Citi’s Early ID Program is designed to focus on identifying, mentoring and hiring top diverse talent for Citi’s Summer Analyst Programs. Targeting current sophomores (graduation date between December 2020-May 2021), EID will pair selected candidates with a mentor in their preferred business and provide access to e-learning curriculum to help prepare candidates for accelerated interviews for the 2020 Summer Analyst programs.

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: Sophomores graduating between December 2020 and May 2021

Location: Americas

Deadline: November 15, 2018

Link: 2019 Citi Early ID Program

Citi Sophomore Leadership Program

Citi’s Sophomore Leadership Program was developed to provide exceptional sophomore students with a ten-week summer internship in New York City. The program will offer interns training, mentorship and exposure to different Institutional Clients Group (ICG) businesses during the internship. Your time at Citi will look something like this: Robust 1-week training program to include technical and soft skill training; Three 3-week rotations to provide exposure to multiple lines of business (Corporate Banking, Capital Markets Origination, Investment Banking, Markets & Securities Services, Treasury & Trade Solutions, Private Bank); Group project which will provide opportunity for additional learning; Executive Speaker Series, lunch and learns, and cross business networking events; Formal evaluations at the end of each rotation.

Link: Please try Googling as the official Citi link isn’t available at the time of this post’s publication

7. Barclays

Barclays Sophomore Springboard Diversity Program

During the program, you will take part in business workshops, as well as specialized soft skill training and interview preparation. There will be plenty of opportunities to network with Barclays employees and your fellow program participants. Sophomore Springboard is designed to attract and educate high-achieving, underrepresented candidates, including female, Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American and LGBTQAI students, as well as military veterans and students with disabilities.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, LGBTQ, Military / Veterans, Disabilities)

Eligibility: Female, Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American and LGBTQAI students in the Class of 2021.

Location: New York City

Deadline: February 4, 2019

Link: Barclays Sophomore Springboard Diversity Program

Barclays Career Catalyst Series Diversity Program (MBA)

During this event, you will learn more about our work and our exciting summer internship opportunities from some of our best people, who just might be your future colleagues.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, Military / Veterans)

Eligibility: Female, Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American and LGBTQAI students in the Class of 2021.

Location: New York City

Deadline: Check Barclays Website

Link: Barclays Career Catalyst Series Diversity Program

Barclays MBA Ambition Diversity Program

As a candidate, you’ll experience a condensed version of Barclay’s on-campus recruitment process during the summer before you start your MBA, culminating in interviews at Barclays’ New York office.

Successful candidates will receive an offer to join Barclays Investment Bank for a Banking internship to take place during the following summer, after their first year of business school. Candidates who receive an internship offer may also be considered for its highly competitive fellowship program, which provides $45,000 toward first-year tuition and academic expenses. And after a successful summer with us, fellows could be eligible for an additional $45,000 toward their second MBA year if they choose to rejoin Barclays full-time after graduation.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, LGBTQ, Military / Veterans, Disabilities)

Eligibility: Female, Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, LGBTQAI, veterans, disabled pre-MBA students

Location: New York City

Deadline: Check Barclays Website

Link: Barclays MBA Ambition Diversity Program

8. UBS

UBS CCS Sophomore Women’s Program

UBS’s ten-week Corporate Client Solutions (CCS) Sophomore Women’s Program is designed to provide candidates that have completed their sophomore year with exposure to UBS and the financial services industry through a unique summer internship experience.

As a participant, you’ll be part of a business that provides integrated solutions in advisory, equity, debt and leveraged capital markets and financing. You’ll also have direct exposure to management and 1-on-1 mentorship. You will collaborate with deal teams on live projects, and the summer will culminate with a final project presented to a team of senior bankers.

Type: Diversity (Women ONLY)

Eligibility: Female students enrolled in a four year bachelor’s degree program and have completed their sophomore year prior to the commencement of employment.

Location: United States

Deadline: Check UBS Website

Link: UBS CCS Sophomore Women’s Program

UBS Sophomore Diversity Program

The UBS Sophomore Diversity Program offers ethnically diverse students an opportunity to learn more about UBS and what a career with the firm could look like. In this program, UBS provides the tools to help you jump start your future in finance through a workshop in its New York office. And the best part is, they’ll also pair you with a mentor in senior leadership to offer ongoing support as you consider what UBS has to offer.

Type: Diversity (Minorities)

Eligibility: African American, Hispanic and Native American sophomores with a minimum of 3.2 GPA

Location: New York City

Deadline: Check UBS Website

Link: UBS Sophomore Diversity Program

9. Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank Rise into Success

The Rise Into Success event is a two-day workshop specifically designed to provide first-year students with an introduction to the financial services industry. From technology to corporate finance, there is a wide variety of opportunities that go beyond just banking – and DB wants to give you a first-hand look into what life there could be like.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, LGBT, Military / Veterans, Disabilities)

Eligibility: First-year students who identify as women, Black, Hispanic/Latinx, LGBTQI, veterans, people with disabilities

Location: New York City

Deadline: Check DB Website for 2019 deadline (2018 event took place in May)

Link: DB Rise into Success

dbAchieve Internship

This eight-week program is DB’s highly selective and competitive summer internship program exclusively for sophomores.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, LGBT, Military / Veterans, Disabilities)

Eligibility: First-year students who identify as women, Black, Hispanic/Latinx, LGBTQI, veterans, people with disabilities

Location: New York City

Deadline: Check DB Website for 2019 deadline (2018 program deadline was September – October)

Link: dbAchieve Internship

10. Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo Securities Freshman Diversity Finance Forum

You’re invited to apply to the Wells Fargo Securities Freshman Diversity Finance Forum – 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.

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: All current freshmen including female, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, two or more races, LGBTQ, military veterans or students with disabilities, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in any major with an expected graduation of December 2021, or May/June 2022.

Location: Charlotte

Deadline: January 27, 2019 at 11:59 pm Central Time

Link: Wells Fargo Securities Freshman Diversity Finance Forum

Wells Fargo Sophomore Leaders Conference

The Sophomore Leaders Conference is designed to be a best-in-class program to pipeline high-potential candidates. During this special three-day conference, you will get a better understanding of the options available to you within Corporate and Commercial Lending, Enterprise Staff groups, and the Wealth and Investment Management business.

Type: Open to All but “Focus” on Diversity

Eligibility: Expected graduation of December 2020 or May/June 2021

Location: Charlotte

Deadline: January 6, 2019 at 11:59pm Central Time

Link: Wells Fargo Sophomore Leaders Conference

Wells Fargo Securities MBA Women’s Forum

You’re invited to apply to a forum designed for women working toward their MBA. The event will help develop your understanding of the financial services industry, focusing on career opportunities in Investment Banking at Wells Fargo Securities. During the forum, you’ll receive an overview of Wells Fargo’s history and culture, career and industry overview workshops, and networking opportunities. You’ll also gain experience reviewing deals and case studies to further your development, all while enjoying what the Charlotte metropolitan area has to offer.

Type: Diversity (Women)

Eligibility: First-year female MBA enrolled in full-time MBA

Location: Charlotte

Deadline: Check WF Website for 2019 deadline (2018 program deadline was October 14)

Link: Wells Fargo Securities MBA Women’s Forum

Wells Fargo Securities MBA Diversity Fellowship

The fellowship offers recipients $30,000 towards their 1st year MBA program upon receiving and accepting an offer for the Wells Fargo Securities Summer Associate Investment Banking internship. Recipients of the first year fellowship award also may be eligible to receive an additional second year fellowship award in the amount of $30,000 if: they successfully complete the 2019 Summer Associate Investment Banking internship, they receive and accept a full-time offer of employment with Wells Fargo, and they meet the employment requirements and other terms and conditions of the second year fellowship award opportunity.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, LGBTQ, Military / Veterans, Disabilities)

Eligibility: Female, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American/Alaskan Native and LGBTQIA students, as well as military veterans and students with disabilities; first-year MBA

Location: United States

Deadline: Check WF Website for 2019 deadline

Link: Wells Fargo Securities MBA Diversity Fellowship

12. Credit Suisse

RBC Scholarship for Women

RBC Scholarship for Women is awarded in the amount of C$5,000. Scholarship recipients will also receive an offer of paid employment for a 2019 Summer Analyst position at RBC Capital Markets in Toronto. Scholarship recipients will be paired with a senior professional from RBC Capital Markets, who will serve as a mentor.

Type: Diversity (Women)

Eligibility: Female students graduating in December 2019 or Spring 2020, enrolled in a business, engineering or economics program at a university in Canada; minimum cumulative 3.5 GPA;

Location: Canada

Deadline: Check RBC Website for 2019 deadline

Link: RBC Scholarship for Women

RBC Diversity Scholarship

RBC Diversity Scholarship is awarded in the amount of C$5,000. Scholarship recipients will also receive an offer of paid employment for a 2019 Summer Analyst position at RBC Capital Markets in Toronto. Scholarship recipients will be paired with a senior professional from RBC Capital Markets, who will serve as a mentor.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, LGBT, Military / Veterans, Disabilities)

Eligibility: Students who self-identify as a visible minority, female, Aboriginal or Indigenous background, LGBT+, Veterans, and/or persons with disabilities graduating in December 2019 or Spring 2020, who are enrolled in a business, engineering or economics program at a university in Canada

Location: Canada

Deadline: Check RBC Website for 2019 deadline

Link: RBC Diversity Scholarship

RBC Pathways: Diversity Scholarship Program (US)

The RBC Pathways: Diversity Scholarship Program provides a $15,000 scholarship awarded over two years; $5,000 at the start of your first, sophomore summer internship; $10,000 at the start of your second, junior summer internship.

Type: Diversity (Minorities ONLY)

Eligibility: Sophomores who self-identify as Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, and/or Native American descent with min 3.4 GPA,

Location: United States

Deadline: Check RBC Website for 2019 deadline

Link: RBC Pathway Diversity Scholarship

RBC Winternship

This program usually takes place over the holiday. There isn’t a public website page for this program but we have helped clients get accepted into this program, so we know it exists. Top performers will be extended a sophomore summer internship.

12. Nomura

Explore Nomura – Sophomore Diversity Program

Explore Nomura is a two-day immersive program for diverse current sophomores interested in Investment Banking or Global Markets (Sales & Trading, Financing & Structuring, and Research) internships at Nomura. You will have the opportunity to meet and network with experienced professionals, learn about the fundamental practices and principles of a global investment bank, gain real life experience in a fast paced, high energy environment and cultivate valuable career development skills.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, LGBTQ, Military / Veteran, Disabilities)

Eligibility: Diverse sophomore at an accredited U.S. college/university on track to graduate between December 2020 and June 2021

Location: United States

Deadline: January 20, 2019

Link: Explore Nomura – Sophomore Diversity Program

13. Evercore

Evercore has many investment banking diversity programs. 2019 details haven’t been posted yet, but we’re listing all of them below for your reference.

Evercore Women’s Sophomore Symposium

Evercore Sophomore Diversity Seminar

Evercore Women’s Full Time Networking Reception

Evercore Rising Junior Diversity Scholarship

Evercore Exceptional Senior Diversity Scholarship

Evercore Women’s MBA Day

Evercore Diversity MBA Fellowship

Link to All Diversity Events: https://www.evercore.com/join-our-team/students-and-graduates

14. Moelis

Moelis Young Leaders Diversity Program

Moelis & Company is pleased to announce its Third Annual Young Leaders Diversity Program. This hands-on and immersive program gives sophomores an opportunity to spend the day learning about investment banking from Moelis & Company’s industry-leading bankers and a chance to network with their peers. Through case studies and discussions, students will gain early exposure to senior bankers and understand how Moelis & Company’s unique, innovative, and collaborative culture has made it one of the fastest growing firms on Wall Street.

Type: Diversity

Eligibility: Diverse undergraduate students in the Class of 2021

Location: United States

Deadline: February 1, 2019

Link: Moelis Young Leaders Diversity Program

Moelis Rise Above Fellowship

The Moelis & Company MBA Fellowship is a merit-based $30,000 fellowship awarded to students from underrepresented groups in business school. The Fellowship provides award recipients the opportunity to excel in Investment Banking by helping finance their educations. Applicants must be in their first year of business school.

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: First-year MBA student

Location: United States

Deadline: December 7, 2018

Link: Moelis Rise Above Fellowship

15. PJT Partners

PJT Partners Undergraduate Women’s Program

The two-day event provides women in their sophomore year of undergraduate studies with the opportunity to visit PJT headquarters in New York, gain exposure to the finance industry, receive hands-on mentoring and interview training, and interview for its Summer Analyst Program.

Type: Diversity (Women ONLY)

Eligibility: Female undergrad sophomores

Location: United States

Deadline: Check PJT website for 2019 deadline

16. Lazard

Lazard Sophomore Diversity Day

Lazard Sophomore Diversity Day will provide a first-hand look into what it’s like to work at a global financial services firm and offer you the opportunity to learn more about Lazard’s business and culture while networking with professionals across Financial Advisory and Asset Management.

Type: Diversity (Minorities ONLY)

Eligibility: Undergraduate Black, Hispanic and Native American students in their sophomore year

Location: United States

Deadline: Check Lazard website for 2019 deadline (2018 event’s deadline was March 4, 2018)

Link (2018): Lazard Sophomore Diversity Day

17. Guggenheim Securities

Guggenheim Securities Investment Banking Sophomore Diversity Internship Program

The Guggenheim Sophomore Diversity Internship is a 10-week program designed for students interested in pursuing a career in investment banking and are looking to determine whether Investment Banking is right for you and get exposure to a variety of investment banking products and sectors.

Type: Diversity

Eligibility: Diverse sophomore students

Location: New York City

Deadline: Check Guggenheim website for 2019 deadline

18. Perella Weinberg Partners

Perella Weinberg Women’s Advisory Prep Program

Women’s Advisory Prep Program provides a collaborative environment where you’ll acquire the skills, knowledge and network to prepare you for your professional pursuits in investment banking. In this 1.5 day workshop, you’ll hear from PWP leaders, participate in panel discussions and training sessions, and network with representatives at all levels.

Type: Diversity (Women ONLY)

Eligibility: Undergraduate women graduating between December 2020 and June 2021

Location: New York City

Deadline: February 15, 2019 at 11:59pm ET

Link: PWP Women’s Advisory Prep Program

19. The Blackstone Group

Blackstone Future Women Leaders Program

The comprehensive and interactive two day program includes a welcome dinner with Blackstone’s senior leadership, a firm overview, an interview and resume workshop, a panel with current Blackstone analysts, a networking lunch and one-on-one mentoring sessions with Blackstone professionals. The goal of the program is to educate students on Blackstone and to create opportunities to stay engaged with the firm during the recruiting process.

Type: Diversity (Women ONLY)

Eligibility: Female sophomore students

Location: New York City

Deadline: Check Blackstone website for 2019 deadline

Link: Blackstone Future Women Leaders Program

Blackstone Diverse Leaders Program

Blackstone’s Diverse Leaders Program is a unique 1.5 day experience among financial firms, giving participants early exposure to finance and business through interactive information seminars, networking, and skill-building sessions. The program is open to sophomores who are interested in exploring a career in the financial services industry.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, LGBT, Military / Veteran, Disabilities)

Eligibility: Self-identify with a diverse group including but not limited to Black, Hispanic, Native American, LGBT, disabled, veteran status; anticipated graduation date: Fall 2020 – Spring 2021

Location: New York City

Deadline: January 15, 2019

Link: Blackstone Diverse Leaders Program

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About 10X EBITDA

We are a small team composed of former investment banking professionals from Goldman Sachs and investment professionals from the world’s top private equity firms and hedge funds, such as KKR, TPG, Carlyle, Warburg, D.E. Shaw, Citadel, etc. Our mission is to cultivate the next generation of top talent for Wall Street and to help candidates bring their careers to new heights. We’re based in the United States, but we have expertise across Europe and Asia as well.

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