List of 2022 Investment Banking Diversity Programs, Women Programs and Early Programs (North America)

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1. Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs Market Madness: HBCU Possibilities Program (HBCU = Historically Black Colleges and Universities)

A semester-long, immersive introduction to key financial concepts and their real-world applications which culminates in a case study competition and the opportunity to win prize funding for colleges and universities.

Type: Diversity (Minorities – Black ONLY)

Eligibility: 1st and 2nd year undergrads from 12 participating historically black colleges and universities.

Deadline: November 14, 2021

Link: Goldman Sachs Market Madness: HBCU Possibilities Program

Goldman Sachs Virtual Insights Series: An Exploratory Program

Goldman Sachs Undergrad Virtual Insight Series is an interactive multi-day, flexible program. As a participant, you’ll connect with GS recruiters and discover the extensive range of career opportunities in the financial services industry. You’ll also have the opportunity to interview for a summer analyst or full-time analyst role within one or more of GS divisions.

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: Undergraduates graduating between December 2022 – June 2024

Location: Virtual

Deadline: Sunday, March 21, 2021

Link: Virtual Insights Series: An Exploratory Program

Goldman Sachs Virtual Office Hours Series

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: Virtual

Deadline: Ongoing

Link: Goldman Sachs Virtual Office Hour Series

Goldman Sachs Virtual MBA Roundtables

The Goldman Sachs Virtual MBA Roundtables programming is designed to introduce pre-MBA students to the financial world through interactive panel discussions, key insights into the Goldman Sachs culture, and networking opportunities with divisional professionals at the firm.

Type: Diversity (Minorities)

Eligibility: Incoming first year MBA students who identify as Black, Hispanic/Latinx, or Native American and are beginning their program in fall of 2021

Location: New York City

Deadline: June 6, 2021

Link: Goldman Sachs Virtual MBA Roundtables

Goldman Sachs Scholarship for Excellence

Goldman Sachs Scholarship for Excellence (SFE) is awarded to students who embody its business principles. As a participant, you will receive up to $15,000 toward tuition and academic expenses upon starting your summer internship.

Type: Diversity (Minorities – Black, Hispanic/Latinx or Native American)

Eligibility: Undergraduate juniors belonging to one of the above races

Location: Various

Deadline: 2022 Deadline TBD

Link: Goldman Sachs Scholarship for Excellence

Goldman Sachs Women’s MBA Summit

The Goldman Sachs Women’s MBA Summit is an interactive day long program for first-year MBA students. The program is open to women interested in Investment Banking, Private Wealth Management, and Urban Investment Group summer internship opportunities at the firm.

Type: Diversity (Women ONLY)

Eligibility: First-year women MBA students

Location: New York City

Deadline: TBD

Link: Goldman Sachs Women’s MBA Summit

Goldman Sachs MBA Diversity Symposium

This is a one-week virtual program is designed to provide candidates with an in-depth look at various divisions of interest as you prepare for the upcoming application process. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to cultivate relationships with professionals through the divisional overview sessions and hear from diverse senior leaders as they share their journey from MBA to Goldman Sachs.

Type: Diversity (Minorities & Women)

Eligibility: First-year MBA students that identify as Black, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American, or women and are interested in pursuing a 2022 Summer Associate opportunity

Location: Virtual

Deadline: November 14, 2021 @ 11:59 PM ET

Link: Goldman Sachs MBA Diversity Symposium

Goldman Sachs MBA Fellowship

Established in 1997, the Goldman Sachs MBA Fellowship is a reflection of its 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 2021 Summer Associate position at Goldman Sachs; Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American or women.

Location: Various

Deadline: March 28, 2021

Link: Goldman Sachs MBA Fellowship

Goldman Sachs Emerging Leaders Series

This is an educational series that provides diverse freshmen from all fields of study the opportunity to join GS for a two part immersive and interactive experience. The first part will cover an introduction into finance, followed by a deep dive into one of Goldman’s two featured divisions: Investment Banking & Global Markets.

Type: Diversity (Minorities – Black & Hispanics ONLY)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students in any field of study who identify as Black or Hispanic/Latinx, graduating between December 2024 – June 2025

Location: Virtual

Deadline: TBD

Link: Goldman Sachs Emerging Leaders Series

Goldman Sachs Black Possibilities Summit

This is a 3-week long program designed to equip candidates with the tools necessary to succeed in their future careers at the firm, while empowering them to embrace their most authentic self. Please expect to commit approximately two to three hours to programming per week. Select candidates will have the opportunity to interview for 2023 Summer Analyst roles.

Type: Diversity (Minorities – Black ONLY)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students that identify as Black and are graduating between December 2022 – June 2024

Location: Virtual

Deadline: November 28, 2021 @ 11:59pm ET

Link: Goldman Sachs Black Possibilities Summit

Goldman Sachs CUNY Possibilities Summit

This is a 3-week long program designed to equip candidates with the tools necessary to succeed in their future careers at the firm, while empowering them to embrace their most authentic self. Please expect to commit approximately two to three hours to programming per week. Select candidates will have the opportunity to interview for 2023 Summer Analyst roles.

Type: Diversity (Other – CUNY Students ONLY)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students that attend a CUNY school and are graduating between December 2022 – June 2024

Location: Virtual

Deadline: November 28, 2021 @ 11:59pm ET

Link: Goldman Sachs CUNY Possibilities Summit

Goldman Sachs Diverse Abilities

This is a 3-week long program designed to equip candidates with the tools necessary to succeed in their future careers at the firm, while empowering them to embrace their most authentic self. Please expect to commit approximately two to three hours to programming per week. Select candidates will have the opportunity to interview for 2023 Summer Analyst roles.

Type: Diversity (Disabilities)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students that have a disability and are graduating between December 2022 – June 2024

Location: Virtual

Deadline: November 28, 2021 @ 11:59pm ET

Link: Goldman Sachs Diverse Abilities Summit

Goldman Sachs HBCU Possibilities Summit

This is a 3-week long program designed to equip candidates with the tools necessary to succeed in their future careers at the firm, while empowering them to embrace their most authentic self. Please expect to commit approximately two to three hours to programming per week. Select candidates will have the opportunity to interview for 2023 Summer Analyst roles.

Type: Diversity (Minorities – students who attend HBCU ONLY)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students that attend an HBCU and are graduating between December 2022 – June 2024

Location: Virtual

Deadline: November 28, 2021 @ 11:59pm ET

Link: Goldman Sachs HBCU Possibilities Summit

Goldman Sachs Hispanic/Latinx Possibilities Summit

This is a 3-week long program designed to equip candidates with the tools necessary to succeed in their future careers at the firm, while empowering them to embrace their most authentic self. Please expect to commit approximately two to three hours to programming per week. Select candidates will have the opportunity to interview for 2023 Summer Analyst roles.

Type: Diversity (Minorities – Hispanics/Latinx ONLY)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students that identify as Hispanic/Latinx and are graduating between December 2022 – June 2024

Location: Virtual

Deadline: November 28, 2021 @ 11:59pm ET

Link: Goldman Sachs Hispanic/Latinx Possibilities Summit

Goldman Sachs LGBTQ+ Possibilities Summit

This is a 3-week long program designed to equip candidates with the tools necessary to succeed in their future careers at the firm, while empowering them to embrace their most authentic self. Please expect to commit approximately two to three hours to programming per week. Select candidates will have the opportunity to interview for 2023 Summer Analyst roles.

Type: Diversity (LGBTQ+)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students that identify as LGBTQ+ and are graduating between December 2022 – June 2024

Location: Virtual

Deadline: November 28, 2021 @ 11:59pm ET

Link: Goldman Sachs LGBTQ+ Possibilities Summit

Goldman Sachs Women’s Possibilities Summit

This is a 3-week long program designed to equip candidates with the tools necessary to succeed in their future careers at the firm, while empowering them to embrace their most authentic self. Please expect to commit approximately two to three hours to programming per week. Select candidates will have the opportunity to interview for 2023 Summer Analyst roles.

Type: Diversity (Women)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students that identify as women and are graduating between December 2022 – June 2024

Location: Virtual

Deadline: November 28, 2021 @ 11:59pm ET

Link: Goldman Sachs Women’s Possibilities Summit

Goldman Sachs Veteran’s Possibilities Summit

This is a 3-week long program designed to equip candidates with the tools necessary to succeed in their future careers at the firm, while empowering them to embrace their most authentic self. Please expect to commit approximately two to three hours to programming per week. Select candidates will have the opportunity to interview for 2023 Summer Analyst roles.

Type: Diversity (Veterans)

Eligibility: Undergraduate military veteran students that are graduating between December 2022 – June 2024

Location: Virtual

Deadline: November 28, 2021 @ 11:59pm ET

Link: Goldman Sachs Veteran’s Possibilities Summit

2. Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley 2022 MBA Fellowship Program

The Morgan Stanley MBA Diversity Fellowship Program is an integral part of Morgan Stanley’s diversity recruiting efforts helping to attract Black, Hispanic, Native American, LGBTQ, and female students. If selected as a Morgan Stanley MBA Fellow, you will receive funds to contribute towards your MBA program for the Spring of 2022, contingent upon receiving and accepting a summer internship offer. In addition, you will be awarded funds towards your second year MBA Program, should you receive and accept a full time offer.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, LGBTQ and Women)

Eligibility: First year MBA student meeting the diversity requirement

Link: Morgan Stanley 2022 MBA Fellowship Program

3. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.

J.P. Morgan 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: Early 2022; check JPM website

Link: J.P. Morgan Thomas G. Labrecque Smart Start Program

J.P. Morgan 2022 MBA Winning Women Early Insights Program

The JPM MBA Winning Women will provide an opportunity to learn more about the Chase Associate Program, Investment Banking, or Wealth Management business. You’ll network with senior leaders and have the opportunity to be considered for one of our 2022 summer internships.

Successful candidates will receive a spot in the 2022 Summer Associate Program and will be eligible to receive a financial award for tuition for the first year of your MBA – money that goes directly to you. If you successfully complete the summer internship and accept a full-time offer, the award will continue for your second year of school.

Type: Diversity (Women)

Eligibility: MBA students who self-identify as women

Deadline: October 31, 2021 @ 11:59pm ET

Link: J.P. Morgan 2022 MBA Winning Women Early Insights Program

J.P. Morgan 2022 MBA Advancing Black Pathways Early Insights Program

The JPM Advancing Black Pathways Early Insights Program seeks to provide Black MBA students with a first-hand look at what it’s like to work at a leading financial services firm by offering training and networking events, earlier consideration for internships and the opportunity to receive a financial award for successful candidates that receive an offer.

MBA Advancing Black Pathways will provide an opportunity to learn more about the Chase Associate Program, Investment Banking, or Wealth Management business. You’ll network with senior leaders and have the opportunity to be considered for one of the 2022 summer internships.

Type: Diversity (Minorities – Black ONLY)

Eligibility: MBA students who self-identify as Black

Deadline: October 20, 2021 @ 11:59pm ET

Link: J.P. Morgan 2022 MBA Advancing Black Pathways Early Insights Program

J.P. Morgan 2022 MBA LatinX Early Insights Program

The JPM LatinX Early Insights Program seeks to provide Hispanic and Latinx MBA students with a first-hand look at what it’s like to work at a leading financial services firm by offering training and networking events, earlier consideration for internships and the opportunity to receive a financial award for successful candidates that receive an offer.

MBA LatinX will provide an opportunity to learn more about the Chase Associate Program, Investment Banking, or Wealth Management business. You’ll network with senior leaders and have the opportunity to be considered for one of the 2022 summer internships.

Type: Diversity (Minorities – Hispanics/LatinX – ONLY)

Eligibility: MBA students who self-identify as Hispanic/LatinX

Deadline: Check JPM website

Link: J.P. Morgan 2022 MBA LatinX Early Insights Program

J.P. Morgan Proud to Be MBA Program

During your day in New York, you’ll meet and network with leaders in the JPM businesses to learn more about the firm, what they do and how they support employees. You’ll hear about how JPM’s fostering an award-winning culture of diversity, equity & inclusion where all backgrounds, experiences and ideas are valued.

Type: Diversity (LGBT)

Eligibility: MBA students who self-identify as LGBT

Deadline: Application not yet open as of October 2021; check JPM website

Link: J.P. Morgan Proud to Be MBA Program

J.P. Morgan Early Advantage – MBA

After completing the program, you’ll be positioned to start your MBA experience with a strong foundational knowledge of the financial services industry and JPM, and a deep understanding of how we can help you take your career to the next level through JPM’s supportive network of people, MBA summer internship, and full-time programs.

Type: Diversity

Eligibility: Incoming MBA students who are diverse

Deadline: Application not yet open as of October 2021; check JPM website

Link: J.P. Morgan Early Advantage – MBA

J.P. Morgan 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)

Eligibility: Undergraduate female students

Deadline: Application not yet open as of October 2021; check JPM website

Link: J.P. Morgan Winning Women – Undergraduate

4. Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Bank of America Global Banking & Markets Sophomore Summer Analyst Program

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

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: Sophomore students

Deadline: September 15, 2021

Link: Bank of America Global Banking & Markets Sophomore SA Program

Bank of America Careers Launchpad Diversity & Inclusion Forum

Attendees will experience business-specific seminars, join panel discussions on diversity and inclusion, and participate in small group networking. Selected students will be considered for 2022 summer programs.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, LGBTQ+, Veterans, and Disabilities)

Eligibility: Undergrad students

Deadline: Fall 2021

Link: Bank of America Careers Launchpad Diversity & Inclusion Forum

Bank of America Women’s Fall Diversity & Inclusion Virtual Forum

The Bank of America Women’s Fall Diversity & Inclusion Virtual Forum provides sophomores, juniors and seniors the opportunity to learn about the financial services industry, internship and full-time programs through interactive sessions. Throughout the forum, students will learn about Bank of America, explore careers, gain soft skills training, and connect with business professionals.

Type: Diversity (Women)

Eligibility: Undergrad sophomores, juniors and seniors who self-identify as women

Deadline: October 17, 2021

Link: Bank of America Women’s Fall Diversity & Inclusion Virtual Forum

Bank of America Securities Diversity Scholarship of Distinction

The Bank of America Securities 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: Undergrad students meeting one of the above diverse criteria

Deadline: September 15, 2021

Link: BAML Diversity Scholarship of Distinction

Bank of America 2022 GBAM MBA Fellowship – Global Investment Banking Associate Program

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 second year of business school.

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

Eligibility: Diverse MBA students

Deadline: TBD

Link: Bank of America 2022 GBAM MBA Fellowship – Global Investment Banking Associate Program

Bank of America MBA Diversity Fellowship

The Bank of America 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 second year of business school. You’ll receive up to $40,000 of total tuition and fees towards the first year of your MBA Program and a paid summer internship with Bank of America Global Banking Markets businesses.

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

Eligibility: Second-year MBA students meeting one of the above criteria

Deadline: December 24, 2021

Link: Bank of America MBA Diversity Fellowship

5. Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse Capital Markets & Advisory Advance Sophomore Summer Internship Program

The Bank believes that bringing together a class of diverse participants, including individuals from traditionally underrepresented ethnic/racial backgrounds (African American/Black, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American, Hawaiian or Pacific Islander), among others, will enrich the Program. Students who successfully complete the program will be eligible to receive a $7,500 scholarship and may be invited back for a junior year internship.

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: Undergraduate sophomores graduating in December 2023 or May/June 2024

Deadline: Fall 2021

Link: Credit Suisse Capital Markets & Advisory Advance Sophomore Summer Internship 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 a multi-day career development program, in addition to engaging in an on-going mentor relationship. 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 sophomore students

Deadline: Early 2022; check CS website

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

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.

Through the multi-​step virtual program, as a first-​year Black/African American, Latino/Hispanic, Native American or LGBTQ+ undergraduate, CS introduces you to Credit Suisse and the financial services industry through training, mentorship and networking. Programming takes place during first-​year spring semester and the following summer.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, LGBT, Veterans, Disabilities, potentially also Women)

Eligibility: First year student from a diverse background enrolled in a 4-year Bachelor’s degree program

Deadline: Early 2022; check CS website

Link: CS Steps to Success Diversity Event

Credit Suisse MBA Fellowship Program

Fellowship recipients receive an Investment Bank (Capital Markets & Advisory) Summer Associate Internship along with a $40,000 stipend for your first year of business school.  If you successfully complete the Summer Associate Internship and accept a full-​time offer with Credit Suisse, you can receive an additional $40,000. As part of your Summer Associate application, you will be asked if you would like to be considered for the CS Diversity Fellowship. There is no separate application or interview process.

Type: Diversity (Minorities including Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders, LGBTQ+, Veterans, Women, Disabilities)

Eligibility: First-year MBA students of diverse background

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 and self-identify as Black, Hispanic and/or Female

Deadline: Early 2022; check Citi website

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

Citi HBCU Symposium Program

A two-day symposium hosted at Citi’s Global Headquarters in New York City designed for undergraduate freshmen and sophomores attending HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities). The Symposium serves as an introductory experience focused on helping freshmen and sophomores of diverse backgrounds understand financial services, gain technical skills and kickoff their career planning process.

Type: Diversity (Minorities – Black ONLY)

Eligibility: Freshmen and sophomores attending HBCUs

Deadline: Early 2022; check Citi website

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

Citi Early ID Program

An exclusive five-week virtual program focused on identifying, mentoring and hiring diverse talent. The program pairs each participant with a mentor and provides them access to virtual trainings, panels and seminars given by Citi professionals. Program participants are eligible for an expedited interview process for Citi’s summer analyst programs.

Type: Diversity

Eligibility: Sophomores

Deadline: Early 2022; check Citi website

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

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: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

7. Barclays

Barclays Discovery Diversity Program

This program is offering talented, motivated undergraduate sophomores an opportunity to meet us virtually and explore career opportunities in the following business areas: Investment Banking, Equity Research, Sales & Trading. During the program, you will take part in business workshops, as well as specialized soft skills training and interview preparation. You’ll also have plenty of opportunities to hear from and virtually network with Barclays employees.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, LGBTQAI, Veterans, Disabilities)

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

Location: New York City

Deadline: Expected early 2022

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

8. UBS

UBS Tomorrow’s Talent Program

UBS Tomorrow’s Talent is a program designed to help you discover your potential and realize your professional aspirations. You’ll benefit from an extensive learning and support framework, right from the start of your university studies. As you progress through your studies, the program also evolves to offer you virtual insight experiences, summer internship opportunities and hopefully longer-term careers with UBS.

As you progress through your studies, the program will also provide internship opportunities. It includes a virtual insight week and a summer internship.

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: Freshmen & sophmores

Deadline: October 15, 2021 for freshmen; Spring 2022 for sophmores

Link: UBS Tomorrow’s Talent Program

9. Deutsche Bank

Develop with Deutsche Bank

This event is specifically designed for diverse sophomore students excited to learn and grow. You’ll hear from recent graduates, discover how broad DB’s opportunities for success are and have the chance to network with representatives from various divisions. You’ll also take part in a resume workshop to learn how to best showcase your skills. See the impact you could make on Deutsche Bank, and in the industry.

Type: Diversity

Eligibility: Sophomore students

Deadline: First half 2022; Check DB Website for deadline

Link: Develop with Deutsche Bank

dbAchieve Internship

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

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, LGBTQI, Veteran, Disabilities)

Eligibility: Sophomore students who meet one of the above diversity criteria

Deadline: DB didn’t specify deadline; application open as of October 2021

Link: dbAchieve Internship

10. Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo Junior Leaders Conference

The Junior Leaders Conference is a multi-day program designed to increase your understanding of financial services and the various businesses and career paths at Wells Fargo. A select group of high-performing students will be invited to participate. The conference is designed to be a best-in-class program to pipeline high-potential candidates. Wells Fargo will focus on candidates from diverse backgrounds who are 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 for Wells Fargo’s junior summer internships.

Type: Diversity (Minority, Women, LGBTQ, Veterans, Disabilities)

Eligibility: Juniors with diverse backgrounds

Deadline: Likely Spring 2022

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

Wells Fargo Corporate & Investment Banking MBA Diversity Fellowship

The Corporate & Investment Banking MBA Diversity Fellowship is designed for top diverse MBA talent interested in Investment Banking. The program is reflective of Wells Fargo’s commitment to building and sustaining a diverse and inclusive culture. The fellowship is designed to be a best-in-class program to pipeline high-potential underrepresented candidates into Wells Fargo’s Investment Banking Summer Associate Program, including female, Black/African American, Latinx/Hispanic, Asian, Native American/Alaskan Native and LGBTQIA+ students, as well as protected veterans and people with disabilities who are interested in Investment Banking.

Type: Diversity (Minority, Women, LGBTQ, Veterans, Disabilities)

Eligibility: First year MBA students with diverse backgrounds

Deadline: Check WF Website for 2022 deadline

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

11. RBC Capital Markets

RBC Capital Markets Pathways Diversity Scholarship Program

RBC Pathways aims to recognize and reward outstanding undergraduate students who are from traditionally underrepresented ethnic backgrounds (i.e. students of Black, African American, Hispanic, Latinx, and/or Native American descent), and who are passionate about pursuing a full-time career in finance through consecutive summer internship experiences, executive sponsorship and development opportunities. Talented college sophomores and juniors are provided with first-hand experience and the opportunity to participate in RBC’s premier ten-week paid summer internship program. Additionally, students are eligible to receive a $5,000 scholarship at the start of their first internship, and a $10,000 scholarship at the start of their second internship.

Type: Diversity (Minority)

Eligibility: Sophomore students who self-identify as one of the aforementioned minorities

Deadline: June 6, 2021 @ 11:59pm ET

Link: RBC Capital Markets Pathways Diversity Scholarship Program

RBC Capital Markets Women’s Advisory Program

The RBC Capital Markets Women’s Advisory Program is a selective, industry-leading multi-month early insight and professional development program for outstanding female undergraduate students interested in pursuing a career in finance. The program explores Capital Markets careers with RBC award-winning businesses in Global Banking (Corporate Banking, Investment Banking, and Municipal Finance), Global Markets (including Central Funding, Global Research, Origination, Quantitative Trading and Research Group, and Sales & Trading), and Technology.

Type: Diversity (Women)

Eligibility: Sophomore students who self-identify as women

Deadline: September 26, 2021 @ 11:59pm ET

Link: RBC Capital Markets Women’s Advisory Program

RBC Capital Markets Veteran Symposium

This is the 6th Annual RBC Veteran Symposium. This year, RBC will host a virtual program where participants will meet with RBC’s leaders, learn about hiring opportunities across its business lines, see its commitment to diversity and inclusion, and discover paths to success for Veterans in Capital Markets. RBC is committed to diversity and to hiring Veterans into it summer internship program.

Type: Diversity (Veterans)

Eligibility: US veterans who are full-time undergraduate students graduating 2023, 2024 or 2025; first year full-time MBA students; or part-time MBA students graduating in December 2021 or Spring 2022

Deadline: October 17, 2021

Link: RBC Capital Markets Veteran Symposium

RBC Capital Markets Pathways Diversity Award Program – Global Investment Banking – Houston

RBC Pathways offers students the opportunity to learn about the financial industry and specifically, what it’s like to work at RBC Capital Markets. Program participants gain first-hand experience and the opportunity to participate in RBC’s premier ten-week investment banking summer internship program at the Houston office.  Additionally, students will receive a $5,000 scholarship at the start of their sophomore internship, and $10,000 at the start of their junior internship.

Type: Diversity (Minorities)

Eligibility: Undergrad students expecting to graduate in December 2023 or May 2024 and self-identify as Black/African American, Hispanic/Latinx, and/or Native American descent

Deadline: October 26, 2021

Link: RBC Capital Markets Pathways Diversity Award Program – Global Investment Banking – Houston

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 existed in the past. Top performers will be extended a sophomore summer internship.

12. Nomura

Explore Nomura – Freshmen & Sophomore Diversity Program

Explore Nomura is a two-week virtual series, in which selected students will opt-in to sessions of their respective interests and division. Over the course of the program students will be able to cultivate valuable skills with an opportunity to interview for Nomura’s 2023 summer internship programs.

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

Eligibility: Undergraduate freshman and sophomores with diverse backgrounds

Deadline: Expected Q1 2022

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

13. Evercore

While Evercore has numerous diversity programs, they don’t’ disclose as much details on its website about these programs as do other banks. 

Evercore Rising Junior Diversity Scholarship

Evercore Diversity Investment Banking Simulation – December 16-17, 2021

Evercore Diversity Leadership Summit – February 11, 2022

Evercore Women’s Sophomore Symposium – February 25, 2022

Evercore EverProud LGBTQ+ Event – Mid-February

Evercore Veteran Coffee Chats

Evercore Diversity pre-MBA Events – Summer

Evercore Diversity MBA Fellowship

Evercore Diversity Small Group Coffee Chats – October/November 2021

Evercore Women’s MBA Day – November 2021

Evercore Veterans Event – November 2021

Evercore ROMBA & EverProud Coffee Chats – Fall 2021

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

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 2024

Location: United States

Deadline: Expected Q1 2022 (2021 Deadline was January 17, 2021)

Link: Link not yet available at the time of this post

Moelis Rise Above Fellowship

The Moelis & Company MBA Fellowship is a merit-based 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. A $30,000 award in addition to the Summer Associate salary. Upon successful completion of the summer internship and acceptance of a full-time offer, Moelis will award an additional $30,000.

Type: Early Exploratory

Eligibility: First-year MBA student

Deadline: November 26, 2021

Link: Moelis Rise Above Fellowship

Moelis Experience: A Week on Wall Street

The Program aims to provide undergraduates who have had limited exposure to the industry and are considering their career options with a unique opportunity to gain an introduction to the industry though a week long paid Investment Banking experience. Candidates should be available from January 3-7, 2022 for the one-week virtual program

Type: Diversity (Minority, Women, LGBTQ+, First Generation)

Eligibility: Sophomores & juniors with diverse backgrounds

Deadline: November 5, 2021

Link: Moelis Experience: A Week on Wall Street

Moelis Experience: Moelis Veterans Program

The Moelis Veterans Program (MVP) primarily aims to provide veterans who have had limited exposure to the industry and are considering their career options with a unique opportunity to gain an introduction to the industry though a week long paid Investment Banking experience. Candidates should be available from January 3-7, 2022 for the one-week virtual program

Type: Diversity (Veterans)

Eligibility: Veterans currently in their sophomore year of college with a scheduled graduation date between December 2023 and May 2024; veterans who are transitioning into the workforce with a completed undergraduate degree (and are not currently seeking a graduate degree)

Deadline: November 5, 2021

Link: Moelis Experience: Moelis Veterans Program

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

Deadline: Late 2021 / Q1 2022; make sure to regularly check PJT’s website for this

Link: Link not yet available at the time of this post

PJT Partners MBA Women’s Insight Program

Those who attend the PJT Partners MBA Women’s Insight Program will have the opportunity to learn more about the investment banking industry and our firm’s culture through curated speaker series led by our senior women and breakout rooms with women across levels at PJT.

Type: Diversity (Women ONLY)

Eligibility: Female MBA students

Deadline: October 31, 2021

Link: PJT Partners MBA Women’s Insight Program

PJT Partners Black Professional Insight Program

Those who attend the PJT Partners MBA Black Professional Insight Program will have the opportunity to learn more about the investment banking industry and the firm’s culture through curated speaker series led by our senior bankers who identify as Black or African American.

Type: Diversity (Minority – Black / African American ONLY)

Eligibility: Black / African American MBA students

Deadline: November 11, 2021

Link: PJT Partners Black Professional Insight Program

16. Lazard

Lazard Sophomore Diversity Event

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, LGBTQ, Veterans)

Eligibility: Undergraduate Black, Hispanic, Native American, LGBTQ, and Veteran students in their sophomore year (Class of 2024) currently studying at a college/university in the U.S.

Deadline: Expected Q1 2022; make sure to regularly check Lazard website (2021 event deadline was February 24, 2021)

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

Lazard Summer Associate Investment Banking Program MBA Diversity Fellowship

The Lazard MBA Diversity Fellowship for the U.S. Investment Banking Summer Associate Program was created to help women and other under-represented groups in financial services consider a career in Investment Banking. The Fellowship is awarded to a select group of outstanding first-year MBA students who have successfully completed the interview process and received a Summer Associate Investment Banking offer. It provides $30,000 toward the recipient’s MBA Program in the spring of their first year, and an additional $45,000 financial reward upon receiving and accepting a full-time position following the Summer Associate Program.

Type: Diversity

Eligibility: First year MBA students of diverse backgrounds

Deadline: Varies by school; from Q4 2021 to Q1 2022

Link: Lazard Summer Associate Investment Banking MBA Diversity Fellowship

17. Guggenheim

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: Expected Q4 2021 / Q1 2022; check Guggenheim website

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

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)

Eligibility: Undergraduate women graduating between December 2022 and June 2023

Deadline: Expected Q1 2022 (2021 deadline was January 24, 2021)

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

Perella Weinberg Advisory Diversity Prep Program

Advisory Diversity 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 (Minorities)

Eligibility: Black, Hispanic/Latino or Native American undergraduate students graduating between December 2022 and June 2023

Deadline: Expected Q1 2022 (2021 deadline was January 24, 2021)

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

19. The Blackstone Group

Blackstone Future Women Leaders Program

Blackstone’s Future Women Leaders Program is a unique two 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 freshman and sophomore women who are interested in exploring a career in the financial services industry.

Type: Diversity (Women ONLY)

Eligibility: Undergraduate freshman or sophomore student

Deadline: Expected deadline: Q1 2022 (2021 deadline was January 10, 2021)

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

Blackstone Diverse Leaders Program

Blackstone’s Diverse Leaders Program is a unique two 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 freshman and sophomores who are interested in exploring a career in the financial services industry. 

Type: Diversity (Minorities, LGBTQ+, Veteran, Disabilities)

Eligibility: Self-identify with a diverse group including but not limited to Black, Hispanic, Native American, LGBTQ+, disabled, veteran status; anticipated graduation date: Fall 2023 – Spring 2025

Deadline: Expected deadline: Q1 2022 (2021 deadline was January 3, 2021)

Link: 2022 link not yet available at the time of this post

20. Oaktree Capital 

Oaktree Future Leaders Program

The Oaktree Future Leaders Program is an opportunity for undergraduate students from underrepresented backgrounds to gain exposure to credit investing. Approximately 150 students will be selected through an application process to participate in an intensive credit investing training session taught by senior Oaktree professionals. In order to provide the selected students the opportunity to implement what they learn in the intensive training session, the program will culminate with a credit investment case study competition. Two winners of the case competition will have the opportunity to meet with Howard Marks, Oaktree’s co-founder. The intensive training program on credit investing will take place virtually. This program is supported by Oaktree’s Diversity & Inclusion Council and United Groups Connect.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, LGBTQ+, Veteran, Disabilities)

Eligibility: Undergraduate junior or senior with diverse background

Deadline: Expected deadline: Q4 2021 (2021 program deadline was December 31, 2020)

Link: Oaktree Future Leaders Program

21. Point72

Point72 Academy Investment Analyst Future of Finance Diversity Accelerator

The Point72 Academy Future of Finance Diversity Accelerator Series is designed to encourage students from backgrounds traditionally underrepresented in finance to pursue a career in investing. Through this virtual, two-week immersion, you’ll learn the fundamentals of our business and get a glimpse into the life of a Point72 Academy Analyst.

Type: Diversity (Minorities, Women, LGBTQ+, Veterans, Socio-Economically Challenged)

Eligibility: Undergraduate students graduating between Winter 2023 and Spring 2024 with diverse backgrounds

Deadline: October 17, 2021 @ 5pm ET

Link: Point72 Academy Investment Analyst Future of Finance Diversity Accelerator

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