Scotiabank Global Banking & Markets provides a full range of investment banking, credit and risk management products and services relevant to the financing and strategic development needs of our clients. Our products include debt and equity financing, mergers & acquisitions, corporate banking, institutional equity sales, trading and research, fixed income products, derivatives, energy, foreign exchange, and precious metals. We also cross-sell the full range of wholesale products and services offered by the Scotiabank Group. When you join us, you quickly discover how all members of our team, including senior management, play a role in your career. We are committed to offering you extensive opportunities for training, hands-on experience, and career advancement. Simply put, your future is our investment.
Explore, develop, and ignite your passion for the world of Finance!
Scotiabank’s UpLIFTED Women in Finance Development program is a selective program designed for female-identifying, first- and second-year students who have an interest in finance. Our program supports and develops women early in their academic career by providing exposure, insights, and opportunities to learn about finance from experienced professionals.
The development program will run from the beginning of January 2024 to the end of April 2024. During the program participants will be assigned a mentor, have access to targeted workshops to help participants prepare for a career in finance, and have the opportunity to participate in candid discussions about what it means to be a woman in finance.
Program topics may include, but are not limited to:
- Career Pathways Workshops
- Leadership Speaker Series
- Networking and Interview Workshops
- Technical Skills Workshops
- Office Tours (location dependent)
Participants will also have regular 1-1 sessions with their mentors and Scotiabank career advisors.
Required Skill / Experience
We are seeking highly motivated individuals who are interested in learning and development opportunities within finance and banking! Top candidates will demonstrate a high level of energy, a keen desire to learn new concepts, and a defined interest in the financial markets. To apply, you must:
- Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program in any discipline
- Be a current first- or second-year student
- Self-identify as a woman
- Have a passion or interest in learning about capital markets and finance
- Have a track record of success in academics and extracurricular achievements
- Be able to attend mentor meetings and program workshops for the duration of the program
This program is open to students across Canada. Due to the geographically concentrated nature of the industry, geographic proximity between advisors and participants may not always be feasible.