You're the brains behind our work.
You're ready to bring your knowledge from the classroom to the boardroom; and Citi wants to help you get there. Whether it's honing your skills or building your network, we know that success cannot come without growth. At Citi, continuing to invest in our diverse and inclusive workforce is imperative. Our HBCU Innovation and Leadership Symposium will provide you the knowledge and opportunities to build your brand, network, navigate the interview process, build technical skills, and learn about the opportunities available.
We provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to succeed.
The HBCU Innovation and Leadership Symposium is designed for undergraduate Freshmen and Sophomores attending an HBCU and serves as an introductory experience focused on helping freshmen and sophomores of diverse backgrounds understand financial services, gain technical skills and kickoff the career planning process.
Your time here will look something like this...
The HBCU Innovation and Leadership Symposium is a two-day immersive experience held in late October at Citi's Headquarters in New York City.
As a participant, you'll have the opportunity to network with students, learn about the future of work at Citi, hear from senior leaders and recent graduates, learn technical and soft skills and accelerate your career development.
We want to hear from you if...
This program is open to all disciplines and majors. Candidates will also be invited to submit an essay to support their application.
Who we think will be a great fit...
Dedication to learning and a true passion for the business are vital. We value diversity and so do you. We'll also be looking for the following: commitment to personal growth and career development, a strong desire to learn, success in team environments, strong communication, planning& organizational skills, analytical & quantitative skills and a desire to develop a deep understanding of the financial services industry. Knowledge of the global or domestic business landscape is preferred but not required.