Are you interested in a career in the financial services industry? We have compiled a list of diversity recruiting fellowships, professional development and scholarship opportunities from major banks in the United States which are inserted below:
Applications are open for the 2024 Possibilities Summit- A virtual diversity recruiting professional development program that allows participants to gain insight into the firm and its work culture. Sophomores in the program also have the potential to be considered for early-track recruitment!
Morgan Stanley: https://morganstanley.tal.net/vx/candidate/apply/16329
Applications are open for the 2024 Early Insights Program taking place in person at their New York City, Baltimore, and Alpharetta Offices. Select candidates will have the opportunity to interview for a summer analyst role! This program will, “provide students with a view into all that Morgan Stanley has to offer with employee network groups, diversity roundtables, and workplace culture.”
Each year this firm hosts a Neurodiversity@Deloitte Program which consists of a 3 month long apprenticeship program. Applications open up early next year so be on the lookout for that!
As a part of their diversity recruitment efforts, this firm has a number of fellowships offered to students. The programs for the 2024 cycle aren’t open yet, but on the site, you can fill out a form to indicate interest in your program(s) of choice. Access the link to view each of the fellowship programs.
The BofA MBA Diversity Fellowship Program awards merit-based fellowships targeting master’s students coming from underrepresented groups. To be considered you must submit two applications: one to the 2024 Global Investment Banking Summer Associate Program, and one to the Fellowship Program.
Develop with Deutsche Bank is a two-day program offered in November and March that serves as a pipeline for internship opportunities with the firm, offering chances to network with professionals and prepare for the recruitment process. This program is offered for sophomore students!