Women in Finance Program

Rollins’ Women in Finance Program is opening doors for female students to secure internships and explore career pathways in the finance sector. The program includes one-on-one advising through the Office of Business Advising in addition to mentoring through the Crummer Graduate School of Business, alumni networking, site visits, Excel training, internships, and a semester-long, independent study course.

A student smiles in a business course.

Closing the Gap

A recent study by the University of California at Davis found that women hold just 18 percent of the nation’s finance jobs. Women in Finance aims to improve that number by preparing students to secure and complete a summer internship between their sophomore and junior years and to explore career pathways post-graduation.

An economics professor leads a class discussion.

Multi-Faceted Preparation

Taught by economics professor Anca Voicu and business professor Christine Jubelt, the program includes one-on-one advising through the Office of Business Advising in addition to mentoring through the Crummer Graduate School of Business, alumni networking, site visits, Excel training, internships, and a semester-long, independent study course.

Izadora Correa Bongiolo portrait

“The program definitely changed my life because it gave me a path to follow and helped me establish my goals. I’m a totally different person now. I feel like I’m more of a leader.”

Izadora Correa Bongiolo ’22

International Business and Economics Major

See for Yourself

Get a feel for Rollins’ unique brand of engaged learning and personalized attention through one of our virtual or in-person visit experiences.

Take a Closer Look