Our success depends on diversity of thought – and that can only be achieved if we attract people from diverse backgrounds to our industry and Firm. We’re awarding $20,000* Point72 Future of Finance Scholarships to encourage students from groups underrepresented in finance to pursue a career in investing with us.
We invite students from underrepresented groups to apply for the 2019 Point72 Academy Summer Internship Program in our New York office and be considered as a Point72 Future of Finance Scholar.
The Summer Program will teach you the skills you need to excel as a Financial Analyst, and if you are selected as a Point72 Future of Finance Scholar you’ll receive $20,000* toward educational expenses.
Nearly six in 10 college graduates are women, but that isn’t reflected in finance. We’re trying to make our Firm different by recruiting undergraduate women into our Point72 Academy and encouraging them to apply for the Future of Finance Scholarship. As we create the future of finance, Point72 Future of Finance Scholars will be at its forefront.
Representation of Black, Latinx, and Native American professionals in the finance industry is, at best, disappointing. As we invent the future of finance, we want to attract the brightest students from these groups to apply for our Future of Finance Scholarship and help us change the status quo.
We’re looking for students of distinction with a passion for the markets – regardless of their academic concentration – a demonstrated dedication to their communities, and the desire to make an impact at our Firm and in the industry.
Point72 is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Point72 is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment. Point72 complies with applicable, local, state and federal laws on the subject of equal employment opportunity.
* Funds may be subject to tax withholding. If a selected scholar no longer meets the eligibility criteria, the award may be revoked. Failure to complete instructions from Point72 on how to receive the award will disqualify recipients from receiving the award. Funds will be paid directly to the recipient’s school.