Bringing Career Opportunities To Student Participants
Get in front of financial services professionals looking for interns and candidates for entry level jobs. The hub is only available to students who have successfully completed this program, so after you complete the course, you will receive information on how to participate.
Looking for qualified candidates for internships and entry level jobs? We’ve vetted them for you. Access our Resume Hub to find your next workforce-ready summer intern or entry-level employee.
Insights From the Industry
Steve Clark is the President of a firm that provides executive search services specifically for the financial services industry. He knows what it takes to get hired, and if you are currently looking for an internship or job, or will be in the near future, it’s worth your time to hear what he has to say. Trust us on this.
Envestnet Institute On Campus Recognized by Money Management Institute’s Opening Doors Breaking Barriers Award
Feb. 16, 2022 We are honored to announce that we won the Money Management Institute’s Opening Doors Breaking Barriers Award! This award recognizes the demonstrable progress in diversity, equity, and inclusion through leadership, innovation, and deep, proactive...
Trailblazers of Finance – Azie Taylor Morton
Azie Taylor Morton is distinguished as the first and only African American ever to hold the post of Treasurer of the United States. She was born in Dale, TX on a small farm. During her youth, she worked in the cotton fields. There was no high school for...
Trailblazers of Finance – E. Stanley O’ Neal
E. Stanley O' Neal was the first African-American to run a major Wall Street firm. O'Neal was born in Roanoke, AL, the son of a farmer and the grandson of a former slave. He grew up in the tiny rural farming community of Wedowee. O'Neal's family moved to Atlanta,...
Companies with higher levels of gender diversity and with HR policies and practices that focus on gender diversity are linked to lower levels of employee turnover. 4
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