Endorsed by Curators:
OnSaturday September 16th, 2017, Latinos in Finance will host the 9th Annual Finance Boot Camp for college/high school students at the BlackRock office in San Francisco.The goal of the LIF Finance Boot Camp is to educate college and high school students on the various careers/opportunities in the finance industry and to expand the pipeline of Latino professionals.
The event offers free admission for students and includes workshops from experienced professionals on topics such as private equity, real estate and asset management. In addition, we will offer professional development sessions to help you prepare to break into the industry. Lastly, a post-event mixer with LIF members and corporate sponsors will be held for all attendees to help build an active professional network and provide students timely career and educational opportunities.
After registering for the event, send a PDF version of your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any general questions regarding the bootcamp please email email@example.com
If you haven't already, we would like to encourage you to apply for the LIF Scholarship which will be awarded at the event on September 16th! Please note, you must attend the event to be eligible to awarded the scholarship. Apply here (deadline is August 31): https://goo.gl/forms/sMuXJXE1nwo9WzKI2
Please register only if you can commit to attending the event. Latinos in Finance works hard to organize this event and due to limited capacity, we want to maximize the success/impact of this event.
Attention students:This is a professional event! You will have the opportunity to meet real finance professionals and recruiters so you want to be on your A-Game!
Students are responsible for securing their own transportation and housing (if necessary) for the Finance Bootcamp unless specifically arranged with LIF prior to the event.
What time should I arrive?
Please arrive at 8:00 AM for check-in.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
You must bring your ID (driver's license or college/high school student ID) in order to check in with security and enter the building. There is no age limit to the event but students should be interested in the finance industry.
What is the dress code?
The dress code is business casual.Men: Slacks, long-sleeve button-down dress shirt, dress shoes (tie/suit jacket is optional). Women: Dress slacks/skirt, low heels/flats, blouse (suit jacket optional)
Is food provided?
A light breakfast and a catered lunch will be provided for all attendees (free of charge).
What should I bring?
Bring an ID (driver's license or student ID), notebook/pen/pencil, glasses (if needed) and a copy of your resume.
Contact the event organizer with any questions. More information about Latinos in Finance can be found atwww.latinosinfinance.org.