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.
Stephanie is a fourth-year student at the University of Cincinnati majoring in Finance with a minor in Marketing. Across campus Stephanie is involved in Greek life and is a PACE leader for the Lindner College of Business. She joined the Investment Office in January of 2022 and has been responsible for reviewing UC’s endowment compared to other universities in the Big 12 Conference, performing an overview of past cashflows, and collaborated on the planning and execution of the 2022 Big 10+ Investment Officer Roundtable event. Stephanie will be interning this summer in San Francisco in a Investment Relations role with a prominent hedge fund.
Sydney is a second-year Lindner Business Honors student at the University of Cincinnati majoring in Finance with a minor in Accounting and a certificate in Family & Private Business. On campus, Sydney is Vice President of Finance for Lindner Ambassadors and Co-president of Finance Club. She is also in Investment Banking Club and Greek life. Sydney will collaborate on performance measurements and analysis and will be involved in investment monitoring and manager due diligence.
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.