The WCI Analyst Experience
In congruence with WCI's four pillars, the WCI analyst experience endeavors to provide the best of Investing, Education, Professional Development, and Philanthropy. Through our four pillars, we create a strong community that supports each other through all situations and lasts beyond your four years at the University of Michigan.
We Are a Close-Knit Community...
...That Gives Back to the Community
You Can Expect
New Member Education: Carefully crafted curriculum for strong foundations in finance
Weekly Office Hours: Additional support available weekly
Interactive Applications: Content covered in education sessions are applied in hands-on activities
Buy Pitches: Identify a company/security, conduct relevant research and valuation, and present to the club as a potential portfolio addition
Anti-Pitches: Pitch against another team by determining and digging into potential risks and oversights
1-on-1 Mentorship: Tailored resume feedback, mock interviews, recruiting insight, etc.
Workshops: Bloomberg/Factset, Excel, resumes, cover letters, networking, etc.
Speaker Events: Hear from industry professionals
Professional Checkpoints: Stay on track with recruiting updates
And Get Involved in Committees
The Philanthropy Committee plans community service events and controls portfolio donations to selected charitable organizations. Participation in the Philanthropy Committee is open to all WCI members.
The Sustainability Committee is responsible for assessing the Environmental, Social, and Governance ratings of new investments. Participation in the Sustainability Committee is open to all WCI members.