Student Clubs

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All clubs are open to any student interested in financial services regardless of race,​ national origin, color, ​sex, gender, sexual orientation, ​disability or age.                                             To find out more click here.

Howard J. Busbee Finance Academy

The Finance Academy is a student organization created to help William & Mary undergraduates learn more about careers in finance and to help interested students network with financial professionals. Bringing students face-to-face with Wall Street and finance alumni at gatherings on campus and in New York, the Academy successfully helps create awareness about careers in finance and better prepares students to pursue them.

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Mason Investment Club

The Mason Investment Club manages the Mason Investment Fund, and entirely student-run undergraduate investment fund. With a current portfolio value of approximately $40,000, the fund provides a platform for both beginning and experienced investors to test out their investment ideas within the management of a sizable investment fund. Students are provided hands-on experience in developing their knowledge of equity research, valuation techniques and portfolio management. The fund thrives on member involvement, with students preparing both educational presentations and stock pitches for weekly meetings.

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Smart Woman Securities

Smart Woman Securities is a not-for-profit organization focused on educating students in finance and investing. The club provides a supportive and welcoming environment for education at an introductory level. Successful chapters exist at Harvard, Yale and UVA among other top universities. The club was approved to become an official chapter and began programming in Fall 2015. Such programs include a 10-week Seminar Series, organized research teams and an investment fund that gives the students of William & Mary practical and hands-on experience with investing.

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Women in Business

Women in Business promotes confidence, exploration and drive in undergraduate students. There is much to be gained from the mentoring advice, insight and discussions that occur in a supportive and cooperative setting, and the Women in Business Club aims to provide this forum to the students on campus. The club provides students with the chance to meet and mentor one another as they learn about the courses available to them in the Mason School and about interview and internship preparation.

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