San Francisco, California
This 10 to 12-week summer internship is a paid, full-time (40 hours/week) opportunity starting June
29 Sep 2022
25 Oct 2022
Industry Sector
Asset Management
Employment Type

Link to job post: Undergrad Summer Intern – Business, 2023, San Francisco


We are seeking enthusiastic self-starters to be part of the Undergraduate Summer Internship Program. This 10 to 12-week summer internship is a paid, full-time (40 hours/week) opportunity starting June 5, 2023, in our San Francisco office.
During your Wellington summer internship experience, you will have the opportunity to gain exposure and expand your professional tool kit through three main internship components: (1) internship assignments, (2) firmwide knowledge series and social events, and (3) mentorship and feedback:
1. Internship Assignments
Summer interns will work within various client teams within the client platform. Interns will be given day-to-day responsibilities that help support the team they are working with, helping them to gain an in-depth understanding of what the function does daily. Some interns will be assigned a summer project that tackles a real problem the team needs solved. Interns will have the opportunity to complete ad hoc projects with various other teams in their departments and more broadly across the firm.
At the end of the summer, interns will present about their day-to-day responsibilities, summer projects and lessons learned to their peers, mentors, and senior leaders.
2. Firmwide Knowledge Series and Social Events
Through a series of interactive speaker sessions, interns will learn from experienced professionals about various departments and functions within the company, helping to expand interns’ knowledge of the firm and potential career paths. Interns will have the opportunity to attend multiple social networking events with senior leaders from across the firm. These opportunities, among others, will allow interns to build their network and discover what makes the culture at Wellington so unique.
3. Mentorship and Feedback
Summer interns are paired one-on-one with a mentor who is dedicated to their learning and growth. Mentors will be recent hires, who are participating in our Business Associate Program, and many of whom were former interns themselves. Interns will have the opportunity to interact and collaborate with other colleagues on a daily basis from various teams and departments. Interns will receive consistent formal and informal coaching, as well as feedback from their peers, mentors, and managers.

Client Group
The internship within the Client Group’s San Francisco team affords a unique opportunity for those individuals who are passionate about and are seeking to embark on a career in investment management in a client-facing role. The Client Group provides high quality service and investment solutions to all of Wellington Management’s clients, prospects, and consultants.

The internship role will provide broad exposure to a variety of client channels, investment content, and global asset classes.
The summer intern’s responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Analyzing potential opportunities for new business within a geographic region or channel
• Assisting with business analytics and competitive analysis
• Engaging with Wellington’s evolving technologies and client related applications
• Attending various internal cross functional meetings
• Collaborating with team members to support external relationships with clients, prospects, and consultants
• Working on ad-hoc projects to support our overall client efforts

We seek all talented, hardworking undergraduate students with a broad range of backgrounds and experiences. The program is inclusive to all undergraduate students but focuses on targeting underrepresented groups in the investment management industry, including but not limited to, women and people of color.
Key Qualifications:
• Current undergraduate student working towards a bachelor’s degree – no seniors
• Any major and no previous finance experience is required
• Participation in on-campus activities, leadership roles, and volunteer opportunities
• Effective communication skills, both written and verbal
• Organized, detail-oriented, and ability to manage multiple, simultaneous tasks
• Entrepreneurial, self-starter who is resourceful and has a curiosity to learn
• Strong work ethic, adaptability, and interpersonal skills with the skill to collaborate in a team

For any questions only, please email undergradrecruiting@wellington.com. For issues, please use our website’s career email GMCANINQ@wellington.com
Link to apply: Undergrad Summer Intern - Business, 2023, San Francisco (myworkdayjobs.com)
Application deadline: 25 October 2022 at 12:00PM EDT
Interested candidates should submit the following materials bundled together in PDF format, submit together on Workday where it says upload Resume:
• Resume, 1 page max
• Statement of interest, 2 pages max, that addresses:
- (1) Why you are interested in working for Wellington Management
- (2) Why you are interested in the San Francisco internship
- (3) One of the goals of the internship program is to increase representation of underrepresented groups within the firm. Please discuss why you are interested in participating in the program, as well as what aspects of your experience are most relevant to your ability to contribute to the program’s goals and to the firm’s commitment to foster a culture of diversity and inclusion
• An unofficial transcript

Qualified candidates will be notified about their candidacy on an on-going basis but mainly in the weeks after the application deadline. If chosen for the First Round, you will be scheduled for a phone interview with a campus recruiter. Then, Final Round interviews will take place virtually in December.

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