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As a summer intern in our Associate Internship Program you will work closely with external clients on real projects. You will gain a unique insight into how the firm and the investment management industry operates.
Internships range from 4 to 12 weeks, depending on the project and the current needs of the firm. Students can also propose an internship. If approved, you will be working on a project that you are passionate about, and on that is important to the firms’ goals and objectives.
Who Can Apply
The Internship program is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Your discipline or major is not a determining factor. What matters is that you demonstrate a level of knowledge of the industry and the products and services we offer.
New associates become an integral part of our daily business operations. You will develop product-specific skills, interact closely with senior professionals and clients, and build core knowledge of the financial services industry.
Who Should Apply
Final year students working toward a degree from an accredited four-year college. While your discipline or major are not important, we do expect a level of knowledge of the industry and the products and services we offer.
New Senior Associate
Senior Associates will enter the Global Advisers Wealth and Private Wealth Management program, where you will become an important part of our relationship and investment management business and activities. Senior Associates are groomed for advanced management opportunities within the firm.
Who Should Apply
The Senior Associate Program is open to final year graduate students who are working toward an advanced degree in business, law, economics, finance, medicine or government. Senior Associates should have two to five years of work experience. While your discipline or major are not important, we do expect a level of knowledge of the industry and the products and services we offer.