Registrations

See below for open registrations and applications through the Boehly Center. Please check back often as the Boehly Center updates this page to showcase what current programs, events and courses are available. Just click on the respective gold buttons below to register or apply today!

All programs and events are open to any student interested in financial services and the Boehly Center does not discriminate on basis of race,​ national origin, color, ​sex, gender, sexual orientation, ​disability or age. To find out more click here.

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Events & Trainings

Where we will discuss who we are, how we can help you prepare for a career in financial services, and how to get involved with our professional development opportunities!
Learn hands-on, popular valuation and financial modeling techniques that finance practitioners use, at no cost to W&M students.
To be held Friday, March 3, 1 PM – 5 PM and Saturday, March 4, 9 AM – 1 PM and admittance begins Monday, February 20!
Receive hands-on Python software training during the in-person workshop held Friday, April 7, 9 AM – 5 PM (includes one hour lunch break). Application review and admission decisions will be made on a rolling basis beginning Monday, March 27th.
With roughly 65 professionals in attendance each year, this is a great opportunity learn from and speak with professionals about the various career paths available to you upon graduation, in addition to learning more about the Raymond A. Mason School of Business. General registration is open to all William & Mary undergraduate students.

Programs

Opportunity for students to obtain points for attending sponsored events, programs, and trainings towards prizes through a web/mobile-based app.
Matches high-achieving upperclassmen who have advanced curricular experiences with engaged students.
Matches high-achieving upperclassmen who have advanced curricular experiences with engaged students.

Course Applications

Professor Glenn Crafford will facilitate the course. This is a 3-credit experiential course that exposes students to practices and recent developments within several specialized areas of the financial services sector through case presentations.
Professor Hugh Marble will facilitate the course. This is a 3-credit experiential course that provides students real-world portfolio management and security analysis experience.
Professor Katherine Guthrie will facilitate the course. This is a 3-credit course designed to prepare rising sophomores for advanced study in finance up to one year before the traditional curriculum path.

Employment Opportunities

DEI&B Chairs are students who serve January-December each year to find, promote, and coordinate Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging initiatives in collaboration with the Boehly Center’s four student-led clubs as well as clubs across campus.
Opportunity to assist with faculty instruction and research as a Teaching Assistant (TA) or Research Assistant (RA).
Opportunity to assist with faculty instruction and research as a Teaching Assistant (TA) or Research Assistant (RA).
Tribe Careers is the main job, internship, and event posting site for the Office of Career Development & Professional Engagement in the Cohen Career Center.

Alumni Programs

Newsletters

Subscription to the weekly Boehly Portfolio newsletter.
Subscription to the Boehly Center Monthly Happenings newsletter.
An educational blog about finance for university students and young professionals.

Other Opportunities