The Loomis Sayles Undergraduate Women’s Investment Network (UWIN) program offers both mentorship and internship opportunities for undergraduate women in their sophomore or junior years at Boston based colleges and universities who have an interest in business, finance, accounting, mathematics, economics or investments.
The UWIN internship program is rotational during the school year. Undergraduate women will experience two investment or client facing functions (one per semester) in areas such as fixed income research, portfolio management, product marketing, equity research, and client relationship management. The internship program requires a school year commitment of between 10-16 hours per week over two 10-week rotations. Each intern will also be matched with a Loomis Sayles mentor as part of the mentorship program. Sample projects include:
This application will give Loomis Sayles an opportunity to understand your academic and career interests and background. In addition to the application, a cover letter, resume and transcript are required by March 16, 2020.
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