Credit Suisse Top Talent Women’s Mentor Program
Are you a Sophomore interested in financial services and looking to jumpstart your career?
The Credit Suisse Top Talent Women’s Mentor Program offers unique opportunities for outstanding female college Sophomores to learn more about Global Markets (Equity Research/Sales & Trading), Technology or Investment Banking & Capital Markets. This selective program offers unique benefits, including early access to Credit Suisse leaders, technical skills training, mentorship, and shadowing & networking opportunities. Selected participants are invited to attend an in-office multi-day career development program, in addition to an on-going mentor relationship. Students chosen will be paired with a senior level mentor in their respective division.
Additionally, participants will have the opportunity to participate in an accelerated interview process for a junior year summer internship before the general applicant pool. Students may apply to one of the following divisional programs:
Global Markets Women’s Mentor Program:
For candidates interested in pursuing a career in Global Markets, including Sales & Trading and Equity Research. Analysts in Sales & Trading develop technical skills for analyzing, underwriting and trading stocks, bonds and other securities while rotating through both sales and trading desks. Analysts in Equity Research have the chance to work side-by-side with top-ranked Senior Research Analysts and gain an in-depth understanding of company analysis, as well as the overall investment process. Apply here.
Investment Banking & Capital Markets Women’s Mentor Program:
For students eager to learn about various coverage and product groups within Investment Banking and Capital Markets. Analysts learn from experienced professionals and contribute to innovative deals that are transforming today’s corporate landscape. IBCM Analysts are taught financial modeling and valuation techniques, tools that allow them to examine the impact of a transaction on a client’s capital structure and analyze the consequences of a merger or acquisition. Apply here.
Technology Women’s Mentor Program:
For candidates curious about the role of technology within the financial industry. Technology Analysts create reliable and secure products and services that enable the flow of financial information across the globe. Technology Analysts handle big challenges, working to continuously adapt and invent new products to meet the evolving needs of clients. They use the latest technology to drive value for our business and build core platforms that are essential for the banking industry as a whole. Apply here.
To apply, you must be a Sophomore graduating in either December 2018 or May/June 2019. All applicants must submit a resume to one of the 2017 Top Talent Women’s Mentor Programs by searching “Events” via the Credit Suisse Website. The application deadline is March 1, 2017.
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