NAFOA partner Seven Post is offering a paid summer internship opportunity for Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian undergraduate students.
Our summer program is designed to provide an overview of our business, illustrating all facets of the investment, operational and client advisory process. We are seeking a summer analyst to primarily work on a number of investment and operational projects. This is a paid 10-week internship program starting in early June.
- Assist with research of potential investment ideas across asset classes
-Prepare investment portfolio reviews, economic and market updates, and other client materials
-Compile and maintain notes of potential equity, fixed income, or alternative investment managers
-Attend and participate in various manager meetings and diligence calls
-Perform asset allocation analysis for use in client or Investment Committee meetings
-Develop models for various investment ideas and operational projects
-Ability to learn quickly in a fast-paced environment
-High degree of individual initiative with a sense of urgency
-Intellectually curious with experience in the financial markets
-Strong analytical and communication skills
-Preferred proficiency in Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Factset, Bloomberg
Please email your resume and cover letter to Tashina Etter Cooper, director of education, at NAFOA at the following email address: Tashina@nafoa.org. When responding, please type "Summer Analyst" in the subject line.
Thursday, April 30
Friday, May 8, 2015. Applicants will be interviewed during May 2015.
NAFOA advocates sound economic and fiscal policy, develops innovative training programs in financial management, builds the financial and economic skills of the next generation, and convenes tribal leadership, experienced professionals, and economic partners to meet the challenges of economic growth and change.
About Seven Post
Seven Post is a leading private investment office with particular expertise in managing customized, multi-asset class portfolios for a select group of taxable and tax-exempt clients. The firm was formed as a multi-client investment office in 2011 by a group of senior executives who had been advising clients and investing together at Goldman Sachs since the late 1990s. Seven Post is designed to serve a small number of significant and select families, foundations and sovereign governments and currently manages over $3.75 billion (Source: Form ADV).
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