SCIFI is a multi-year course of study designed to enhance the critical thinking and analytical skills of participants through hands-on academic and security analysis experience. It combines a demanding course of study with internships, mentoring and management of real-money to represent a truly differentiated experience for our students and participating professionals.
CFA Recognition Program
Stonehill has been welcomed into the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute University Recognition Program. With this recognition, Stonehill has been acknowledged for incorporating the CFA Program Candidate Body of Knowledge into the Finance Program curriculum. The program positions students well to obtain the Chartered Financial Analyst designation, which has become the most respected and recognized investment credential in the world.
Places where Stonehill students have recently interned include:
- Advisor Assist LLC
- AE Ventures
- AFLAC Inc.
- Boston Financial Partners
- Conquest Capital Partners
- Dunkin’ Brands
- Eaton Vance Management
- Fidelity Investments
- Merrill Lynch
- The Prudential
- State Street Bank/State Street Global Advisors
- U.S. Marshals Service
- WCVB Channel 5 Boston
Career Services Resources for Students
The Office of Career Services offers extensive assistance to students in academic degree and career decisions; applying to graduate school; and finding internships, mentors and post-graduation service opportunities.
Finance-specific career resources
- SCIFI program advising, application assistance and internship recruiting.
- Extensive on-campus recruiting program for internships and entry-level positions.
- Annual career fairs.
- Various industry-specific career lunches.
Active alumni mentors
The Finance program boasts more than 60 active alumni mentors, including:
- Boston Consulting Group
- Brown Brothers Harriman
Senior Operations Specialist
- GE Capital
Senior Manager of Global Strategy
- Goodwin Proctor LLP
- Patriot Financial Group
- State Street Global Advisors
Chief Investment Officer
Technology research center with 12 Bloomberg terminals and 3 computers dedicated to Wall Street Institutional Investment Research.