Available Summer 2018 Internship Opportunities

JirenUchiha's picture
Rank: Chimp | banana points 8

Hello everyone:

I would just like to know if anyone is aware of any available summer 2018 intern opportunities at any banks. I am aware all of the bulge bracket banks have filled their 2018 internship pool, but how about firms that focus on small and mid cap companies?

Comments (5)

Jan 15, 2018

You gotta find that out for yourself man. Lotta research and cold-emailing.

    • 1
Learn More

7,548 questions across 469 investment banks. The WSO Investment Banking Interview Prep Course has everything you'll ever need to start your career on Wall Street. Technical, Behavioral and Networking Courses + 2 Bonus Modules. Learn more.

Jan 15, 2018

I'd recommend this
1) Start with a target city in mind
2) Find a full list of banks in that city (Literally go down that list and talk to as many people as you can)
3) Use LinkedIn to find their employees
4) Start networking and cold emailing explaining what you're looking for.
5) An unpaid internship looks the exact same as a paid internship on a resume

Jan 16, 2018

How does a middle-class kid live in a major city while doing an unpaid banking internship? (i.e. no time for a 2nd job)

Jan 16, 2018

If you find someone willing to give you an internship, there's a good chance they'll throw you an hourly wage although unpaid is a possibility.
Do you have any friends in any of the cities you want to be?
If not, you don't have to be in NYC; there are other cities that have an IB presence and are MUCH cheaper to live in.
How far away is the closest boutique from your school or where your hometown is?

If it were me I'd a loan and consider it part of my education.

When it comes time to get a FT analyst position having an internship is as important as any other part of your resume.

Ultimately, how badly do you want to be in IB?

Jan 16, 2018

1-Click to Unlock All Comments - 100% FREE

Why do I need to be signed in?
WSO is a knowledge-sharing community that depends on everyone being able to pitch in when they know something.
+ Bonus: 6 Free Financial Modeling Lessons with 1-Click Signup ($199 value)