Girls Who Invest offers two fully-subsidized foundational programs in investment/asset management: an on-campus Summer Intensive Program (SIP) and an Online Intensive Program (OIP). The curriculum is designed for sophomores from any major studying at four-year colleges in the U.S.
The LSE SU Alternative Investments Conference (AIC) is focused on educating students on the private equity industry. Students can participate in networking, workshops, and exclusive recruitment opportunities.
MLT is helping more talented and unquestionably qualified underrepresented minorities gain access to these high-trajectory careers. The new Private Equity Programming (PEP) provides participants with the coaching and connections needed to enter the investor track at the associate level.
The Alternative Investments Fellowship Program (AIFP) has become an industry-wide education program. Through the AIFP, high-achieving, pre-MBA, young professionals, from traditionally underrepresented populations (Black, Hispanic, Native American, and Asian women) gain the education, training, and mentoring necessary to succeed in the alternative investments industry.
Through educational seminars, mentoring initiatives and exposure to successful professionals and businesses, SWS provides the guidance and resources upon which undergraduate women can build greater knowledge of the financial industry.