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The Best Opportunity Around for Undergraduate Finance Majors


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What is SEMI?

SEMI takes place over the summer, meaning that this year's application are for the summer of '06.  If you make the program, we will match you up with a mentor.  Mentors are investment professionals from the New York Society of Security Analysts.  They can be portfolio managers, traders, analysts, bankers, etc.  If you don't have many professional contacts, SEMI is a great way to start building your network.

Each week of the summer, SEMI students attend a breakfast about a different aspect of the financial world.  If you're not sure what area of finance you're interested in, these can be invaluable.

At the end of the summer, the best SEMI students have a chance for a scholarship.  Since we take only around 25 students a year, those that make the program have a good chance at being rewarded. 

The application is short, so make sure you get it in by this FridayThere is no excuse for an undergrad interested in finance not to apply for this program.  Please make sure you fill out the answers in Word or another word processing program first, and then copy and paste into the form, so as to avoid typos and spelling mistakes.  Questions?  Contact Charlie O'Donnell, SEMI Committee Chair.

October 24, 2005 in About the Program | Permalink


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