Meet with CEOs and executives of large Wall Street firms

Imagine meeting with CEOs and executives of some of the largest Wall Street firms. Now consider having that chance as an undergraduate student, as early as your first year. And at no cost to you.

That’s the opportunity provided to Case Western Reserve University students through the Wall Street Trek. Traditionally held each May in New York City, the Wall Street Trek connects current CWRU undergraduates with a powerful network of alumni for one-on-one meetings, panel discussions and networking events.

The 2021 Wall Street Trek will be held virtually.

The Wall Street Trek is a great opportunity to explore career opportunities in finance and related areas in New York City. The trek will involve individual meetings and panel discussions with a broad range of institutions and alumni across many facets of the financial world. Many alumni that students meet are also in cutting-edge roles in technological innovation, research and more.

The 2021 trek will take place during May. Preference will be given to undergraduate students regardless of major or school graduating in 2022, 2023 or 2024 with a GPA of 3.5 or higher. The trek is not open to senior undergraduate students or graduate students.

Participants must be available for all events and the program is limited to approximately 20 students. Watch a recap video about the trek.

Applications are due Sunday, Feb. 14, at 11:59 p.m., EST and can be submitted through the Google Form.

Review the full program details and application requirements on the Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education website.

For more information, contact Brian Matthews at brian.matthews@case.edu or Scott Fine at scott.fine@case.edu.

The Case Western Reserve University Wall Street Trek is a collaboration between New York City-area alumni, University Relations, Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education and Professor Scott Fine.

Due to the generosity of our New York City-area alumni, CWRU students are able to participate in this program at no cost.