The AlumniAthlete Network Wall Street Internship Program is a 10-week summer internship program targeted to collegiate sophomores and juniors who have shown a commitment to intercollegiate athletics and academic excellence. The program began in the summer of 2004. Since that time, we have placed more than 200 student-athletes at major Wall Street firms including Bank of America, Citi, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch and UBS. Our participants have served in many different areas of our partner firms including investment banking, sales & trading, capital markets, research, asset management, private wealth management and operations.

Wall Street Internship Program Flyer
Wall Street Internship Fact Sheet

Why this Program?

  • Placed over 150 students placed from more than 70 colleges and universities across the country
  • 87% of interns receive full-time offers
  • Comprehensive orientation providing “Roadmap for Success” in the workplace
  • Mentorship program linking each intern with a former intern our program who is currently working on Wall Street
  • Networking Events hosted by our banking partners

Check out more about the Program

AlumniAthlete founder, Ronald Mitchell talking about program on CNBC

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Wall Street Internship Program Featured in Business Week and on Business Week TV

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Wall Street Internship Program Featured on College Sports Television

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"I cannot express how grateful I am to you for providing me with this opportunity. This program has single-handedly chanced the direction of my future. Coming from a large public school where no investment banks recruit, I can truly appreciate how fortunate I am to be a part of this program."
Anup - Rutgers University Crew ’06
Citigroup Investment Banking

Day in a Life Summaries

Check out these summaries from past AlumniAthlete interns
Day in a Life: Investment Banking
Day in a Life: Sales & Trading
Day in a Life: Prime Brokerage

2010 Internship Details

Acceptance into the program is highly competitive. The program selects outstanding students who have demonstrated:
  • Academic Excellence (min. 3.0 cumulative GPA)
  • Commitment to athletic participation
  • Strong leadership orientation
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Open to BOTH student-athletes and non-athletes


Early Application Deadline: December 11
Early Round Interviews: January 13
Application Deadline: January 20
Regular Interviews: February 9-10
Orientation Program: June 5

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