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wall street 101 - Bentley University
DISCOVER
WALL STREET 101
Session I: July 11–15, 2016, or
Session II: July 25–29, 2016
EXPLORE THE
WORLD OF
GLOBAL FINANCE
FOR FIVE DAYS
THIS SUMMER.
Wall Street 101 puts students at the forefront
of business. This invaluable experience will
allow students to explore the stock market
and discover the world of investing through
hands-on exercises, collaborative projects
and real-time trading simulations.
This prestigious day camp program provides students the
opportunity to engage with financial markets executives
in order to learn first-hand about the intricacies of working
in financial services. If you are considering a business
major in college, Wall Street 101 delivers an overview of
the finance field to help you prepare for college studies.
You will also attend a workshop on the college application
process and hear directly from an admission counselor.
WALL STREET 101: INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE
This carefully designed program offers an outstanding opportunity to learn
about the art and science of the financial services industry — and you will
have fun doing so. Don’t miss out on this unique summer opportunity.
n Learn about portfolio construction, risk management and financial
engineering in our high-tech Trading Room
n Tour well-known investment firms in downtown Boston
n Interact with guest speakers who are traders, portfolio managers and
other business professionals
n Develop leadership and teamwork skills through interactive trading
games and projects
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Amy Whittaker
Managing Director
Hughey Center for Financial Services
Bentley University
175 Forest Street
Waltham, MA 02452 USA
EMAIL [email protected]
PHONE +1 781.891.2664
FAX +1 781.891.3476
ON THE WEB: bentley.edu/wallstreet101
WHERE AND WHEN
IS THE PROGRAM?
Wall Street 101 is held
at Bentley University in
Waltham, Massachusetts. The
2016 programs run as follows:
Session I:
July 11–15, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Session II:
July 25–29, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Both programs cover the same
materials, please note on your
application which session you
are interested in attending.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
High school students who
complete their sophomore
or junior year by June 2016
may apply to the Wall Street
101 program. Admission is
competitive. Students are
selected based on academic
achievement and business
interest.
WHAT IS THE COST?
The program tuition of $999
covers all costs, including
class materials, field trips
into Boston, daily lunch, and
morning and afternoon snack
breaks.
HOW TO APPLY?
Candidates must submit their
completed online application
by April 15, 2016.
To apply, please visit
bentley.edu/wallstreet101.
Selected students will be
notified no later than May 2, 2016.
STUDENT PERSPECTIVES
“Through Wall Street 101, I learned so much about
the business world and had fun at the same time.”
“Wall Street 101 was
truly a life-changing
opportunity and opened
my eyes to my love of
Bentley and finance. The
experience was beyond
inspiring and I made
friendships that will
probably last a lifetime.”
“This experience affirmed
for me that I enjoy learning about business and
that Bentley is a great
match for me. It was
one of the best business
experiences I’ve had. I’d
recommend this program
to anyone interested in
a business career.”
“I have been to many
academic camps,
but this was by far the
best. I learned a lot
and, most important,
had fun doing it.”
MEDIA ATTENTION
“Wall Street 101 at Bentley gives students an introduction to the ins-and-outs of Wall Street.”
— Boston Herald
“Amid the stock-market
turmoil, a growing
number of young
people are flocking to
financial boot camps
and investment clubs
to study options,
futures and the other
definitions of CDs.”
— The Wall Street Journal
“Getting teens to understand all facets of the
financial markets is
[Wall Street 101’s] goal.”
— USA Today
“Wall Street 101 utilizes
the facilities at Bentley
to provide students with
hands-on experience
with state-of-the-art
business technology
like that used by
professionals.”
— WCVB-TV, Boston
“Financial literacy can be
intimidating for adults
and kids alike, but it
doesn’t have to be.
Sending your children
to investment camp
is an exciting, real-life
approach to helping
them learn how to grow
and manage their money.”
— Black Enterprise
magazine
WALL STREET 101
Can you imagine yourself working
on Wall Street? Learn about finance
while having fun on a university
campus this summer!
Hughey Center for Financial Services
Smith Academic Technology Center
175 Forest Street
Waltham, MA 02452 USA

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