A summer finance internship at Chartwell is more than just a summer job – it’s an opportunity to improve your resume, network, and build on your skills through a real-world business environment.
About Our Internship Program
Chartwell’s 9-week summer internship program is designed to support the career development of the next generation of financial professionals. Our interns are supported by a team who provides training, mentoring, and business coaching. Working alongside active professionals, Chartwell interns receive real-world experience that will build on classroom learning and help develop lifelong skills. Many of our interns have the opportunity to continue their careers at Chartwell once they graduate. Our internship program is available at all office locations.
Criteria For Eligibility
- Junior or Senior class ranking in pursuit of a business degree at an accredited 4-year university
- Completion of coursework in corporate finance theories
- Able to commit 40 hours per week during the internship program
On-campus recruiting is conducted at select universities depending on location. Qualified candidates will be invited for a formal interview with the Chartwell team.
From the Experts
“I gained valuable skills through the in-depth training, project exposure, and mentorship program at Chartwell. The experience also provided me the opportunity to learn more about the financial advisory industry and build professional relationships which I thoroughly enjoyed.”
Sarah Willkom, Analyst
“My Chartwell internship experience enabled me to develop my technical and communication skills beyond any opportunity I had during college coursework. The training program and mentorship network helped me to improve both my financial and business acumen - I could not speak more highly about my experience.”
Evan Molin, Analyst
“The Chartwell internship program provided me with a foundation of technical skills and knowledge necessary for succeeding within corporate finance. The depth and rigor of the program shows Chartwell’s commitment to preparing its participants for a career in finance.”
Scott Fudenberg, Associate