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Russell Capital Management is proud to partner with the University of Kentucky in offering student internships throughout the year. Working with the undergraduate Gatton College of Business and Economics, prospective interns go through an application and interview process before being selected to join our firm for a semester. The students receive class credit for their work. They are involved in the practical, day-to-day operations of the firm, which may include assisting our advisors with research. Or, they could be working with our chief technology officer in developing a new financial analysis program or any number of other current, interesting initiatives. We value their young expertise and perspective.
An intern will be assigned two independent projects during their time with us. He or she will develop a stock portfolio for a prospective client and present the proposal in a role-playing exercise. An intern will also be assigned a research project based on the most current economic and financial innovations that may offer our clients an investment opportunity. Recent projects include 3D printing, drones, and the latest medical lab technologies. We want our intern program to be highly relevant, practical and educational. Without exception, the University of Kentucky sends us their best and brightest students. Consequently, our interns never fail to find outstanding employment opportunities after graduation.
Click here for more information on our intern program, or contact our Internship Coordinator, Jeff Lehmann, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 859.254.5225.
Our Recent Interns
Daniel Shumate, Fall 2016
Research Project: FinTech Disruption
Joseph Back, Summer 2016
Research Project: Cybersecurity: Protection of the Future
Stefan Aleksevitch, Spring 2016
Social Impact Portfolio Team Member, Research
Tyler May, Spring 2016
Social Impact Portfolio Team Member , Research
Chris Barlow, Fall 2015
Research Project: A Recent Trend in Healthcare
Adam Nosek, Summer 2015
Research Project: Virtual Reality: The Next Digital Revolution
Thomas Bardenwerper, Spring 2015
Research Project: Wearable Technologies: Will it Soar or Sink?
These are student projects and are not recommendations of Russell Capital Management.