Investment Intern Program
The UC Investment Office introduces interns to a wide range of investment managers and strategies while allowing them to make meaningful contributions to the investment program. This is an excellent opportunity for students to gain a firsthand view of the institutional investment process including asset allocation, manager diligence and selection, investment monitoring, and performance measurement. Additionally, there is an emerging network of former interns now working in the investment industry who continue to support and engage with the Investment Intern Program and the broader UC community.
Sydney is a third-year Lindner Business Honors student at the University of Cincinnati majoring in Finance with a certificate in Family & Private Business. On campus, she is involved in SCNO, Lindner Ambassadors, and Greek life. Sydney was a Summer Intensive Program Scholar for Girls Who Invest, and, in addition to previous full-time internship experience at the Investment Office, has interned in public equities. In her role with the UCIO, Sydney collaborates on performance measurements and analysis and is involved in investment monitoring and manager due diligence.
Eugene is a second-year student at Carl H. Lindner College of Business at University of Cincinnati. He is pursuing a double-major in Finance and Economics. On campus, Eugene´s involvement includes Chapter VP of Professional Development for the Scholars of Finance. He is a Darwin T. Turner Scholar, a Business Fellow, and a member of the Kautz-Uible Economic Society.
Stef is a fifth-year student at Carl H. Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati, majoring in Finance with a minor in Business Analytics. On campus, she currently serves as Chief Financial Officer for Lindner Women in Business, and Junior Analyst for the Johnson Investment Counsel Student Managed Fund. During her time at UC, she also worked as a Peer Tutor, Teaching Assistant, and Resident Advisor for two years.
Keiana is a third-year Lindner Business Honors student at the University of Cincinnati double majoring in Finance and Economics with a minor in Business Law and Ethics. Keiana currently sits on the executive board for the newly launched Scholars of Finance UC Chapter as the VP of Member Engagement and for the Lindner College of Businesses Lindner Student Association (LCB Tribunal) as the Internal Vice President. She is also involved in Business Fellows and Neo Initiative Cincinnati Consulting on campus.
Interested in Becoming an Investment Intern?
If you are a current UC student with interest in the investment intern program, please send your resume with a brief introductory email to email@example.com.