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Gateway to Leadership (GTL) Internship Program was established by Money Management Institute (MMI), a national association of financial services firms in partnership with NAACP. and managed by UNCF - the United Negro College Fund.
The Gateway to Leadership (GTL) Internship Program is designed to provide PAID summer internship opportunities to college students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities and who are interested and prepared to enter careers in the financial services industry. In addition, applicants must:
- Have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher,
- Demonstrate campus or civic leadership abilities and involvement in community service activities,
- Submit two letters of recommendation, one from a school dean and second from a faculty member familiar with the applicant's academic abilities,
- Submit a graded or graded/confirmed writing sample and a one-page letter of interest explaining what you hope to gain from the internship experience.
Students selected as a Gateway to Leadership Fellow for 2013 will participate in a paid summer internship opportunities ( $1,000 per week) for 8-10 weeks at a leading MMI financial service member firm including, Brinker Capital, Dreyfus/Bank of New York Mellon, DTCC, ING Investments, Legg Mason & Co., NY Life Investment Management, Edward Jones, Pershing Managed Account Solutions and, Prudential Investments, located in major cities, such as New York City, NY, Denver, CO, Philadelphia, PA and St. Louis, MO.
During the course of their internship experience, interns will gain meaningful work experience and exposure to the financial service industry and be compensated at the normal rates paid to the firm's corporate interns. GTL Fellows are responsible for their housing during the internship. GTL staff along with host firms will provide guidance to interns on available, affordable housing near their job sites and may offer assistance such as stipends, access to corporate housing and/or assistance in obtaining low cost housing at local colleges/universities.