Thank you for participating in the Envestnet Institute on Campus program and committing your time to ultimately advance your career before it begins. Students are a vital part of the program’s success and we find that the more involved students are, the more it benefits their success. We encourage you to submit your resume into the Resume Hub, visit our selected Articles of Interest section, or watch instructional videos to help boost your professional skills found in our video archive. To better understand the program and its offerings, we have curated materials that you can view and share.
Resume Hub Overview: One of our initiatives is the Resume Hub. This initiative gives graduates of the program the opportunity to get their experience and skills directly in front of hiring managers; whether it is for an internship or entry-level positions. This document explains how the Resume Hub works and shows a sample workflow of how the process works.
Women in Wealth Management Whitepaper: There are an array of career options in wealth management for college grad women. Hear from Jean Heath, leader of the Women in Wealth Management Initiative, sharing her view of today’s investor landscape and the trends prompting firms to invite young talent into the industry. There are proactive steps students should consider along with opportunities to explore that can help position for an advantage, and even, lead to a great job.
FundFire is offering our students a complimentary subscription for four months.
The Envestnet Institute On Campus is pleased to present our fourth annual report with data ending June 30, 2021. We continue to inspire the next generation and through the growth and expansion of the program since inception in 2015, we are proud to show stakeholders our success and the progress of its efforts.
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
We have an obligation and a responsibility to be investing in our students and our schools. We must make sure that people who have the grades, the desire and the will, but not the money, can still get the best education possible.
Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.