Envestnet Institute On Campus Expands Reach & Offering
Program to Train and Position Students for Wealth Management Careers Adds Seven Participating Universities, Growing Number of Schools by Nearly 100%, and Launches Résumé & Internship Hub
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 07, 2016 Envestnet, Inc. (NYSE: ENV) and Wheelhouse Analytics have expanded their Envestnet Institute On Campus (http://envestnetinstituteoncampus.com) program with the participation of seven additional universities and new offerings, such as a Résumé and Internship Hub, complimentary subscriptions to FundFire, and the new “Women in Wealth Management” initiative.
The fall semester, commencing in late September, will mark the fourth active semester of the Envestnet Institute On Campus (EIOC), which seeks to train and position college students to launch careers in the wealth management industry. EIOC has trained more than 300 students, and is now offered at 17 universities, an increase of nearly 100% since the previous semester. Each institution receives 25 scholarships to award to its students every semester. These scholarships, provided by prominent industry companies and individuals, enable EIOC participation to be free of charge for students as well as universities.
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