The John W. Rogers, Jr. Internship Program in Finance provides career resources and funded internship opportunities for students interested in financial services careers. The program is open to all students, and students from under-resourced backgrounds are particularly encouraged to participate.
Participating students benefit from:
- Workshops that foster the development of technical and soft skills needed to succeed in finance
- Networking opportunities with leading financial services employers
- Substantive summer internship opportunities with nonprofit endowments and investment offices
The John W. Rogers, Jr. Internship Program in Finance is supported by a generous gift from John W. Rogers, Jr., LAB’76, Chairman and CEO of Ariel Investments and University Trustee.
Workshops and Programming
The John W. Rogers, Jr. Internship Program in Finance offers a comprehensive series of workshops to help students build the knowledge, connections, and technical skills they need to launch a successful career in finance. Past workshop topics include:
- Asset management
- Stock valuation
- Personal branding
- Interview preparation
The 2018-2019 programming schedule will be posted in Autumn Quarter. Students are encouraged to check UChicago Handshake frequently for updates about upcoming events.
Eligibility for Funded Internships
To qualify for a funded summer internship with a nonprofit endowment or investment office, students must meet the following requirements:
- Complete the Bloomberg Markets Concept Course: students can register for this course by logging into their UChicago Handshake account, selecting “Appointments” in the “Career Center” dropdown menu, and selecting “Bloomberg Workstation Appointments”
- Complete the CFA Investment Foundations Program, a free eLearning tool, and pass the online assessment (which will also be available for free in February 2019); proof of completion is required to be eligible to apply to program sponsored internships
- Attend at least two program events each quarter, including one stock valuation case study workshop
- Complete at least one recommended Lynda.com Excel class
- Meet with program adviser Patrick Phillips at least once per quarter
- Complete one Practice Interview with Career Advancement in both the fall and winter quarters
After meeting these requirements, students must apply and be accepted by employers hosting internships associated with the program. All internship opportunities will be posted in UChicago Handshake. Students can find them by searching for “John W. Rogers, Jr. Internship Program in Finance.”
To get involved or find more information about the program, please contact Patrick Phillips at email@example.com.