Alumnae INC 2019-20
"Sharing the Love of the Heart of Christ"


1 Financial Plaza
501 North Broadway
Saint Louis, MO 63102

Jeff Wiehardt


Position Type(s): 

Category: Business
Position Type: Internship
Dates: 5/25/20 - 9/24/20
Required Year of College Completed: Sophomore
Hours/Week: 30-40
Paid/Unpaid: Paid

Job/Company Description:

Established in 1890, Stifel is one of the nation's leading full-service wealth management and investment banking firms.  Stifel serves clients from more than 400 offices across the United States and ranks as the nation's seventh largest full-service investment firm in terms of financial advisors.  We are also a leading provider of investment banking services to the middle market, a top ten municipal bond underwriter, and home to one of the industry's largest research franchises. In addition our Stifel Bank subsidiary provides a comprehensive range of banking services.

Special Requirements:

Under immediate supervision, the Intern will represent Stifel by performing a wide variety of complex and confidential administrative duties in support of the functional area.  This position will have the opportunity to work in other service areas and develop professionally by contributing to projects that support the business.

• Learn various job functions within the Financial Services industry.
• Apply academic knowledge and learn new skills by contributing to various projects.
• Research various legal, regulatory and other topics within functional area and industry.
• Attend training and development presentations to enhance professional competencies.
• Assist in preparation of reports.

• High School Diploma or equivalent. Pursuing Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or elated filed required.
• Learn about various processes and functions within the Financial industry and develop professionally by contributing to projects that support the business.
• Knowledge and understanding of asset allocation concepts.
• Knowledge and understanding of asset allocation concepts.
• Communicates effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience.
• Ability to combine pieces of information to form general rules or conclusions.
• Ability to use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.