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Join us June 23–29, 2019 & July 7–13, 2019
If you have a passion for business and investing, or may be considering a career on Wall Street, this summer institute is for you!
During this weeklong, residential experience, you will get a first-class introduction to business and investing. Susquehanna University is among the top 5% of business programs worldwide—and one of a handful of residential liberal arts colleges—to have earned AACSB accreditation, a marker of excellence. Other AACSB schools include Harvard Business School and the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. This means that you will learn from the best!
You will learn to use one of the 12 Bloomberg terminals in our investment laboratory. They are rarely available to high school students (or even college undergraduates) to use in conducting market research.
Participating in Wall Street Susquehanna will give you a unique opportunity to build your skills and improve your résumé.
High school students entering grades 10-12 are invited to register.
At Wall Street Susquehanna you will network with financial professionals and learn to:
- Read and analyze a company's financial statements
- Unlock the world of financial data using our Bloomberg Terminals
- Make financial models using Excel
The opportunity for high school students to use Bloomberg Terminals for market research, like professionals do, is a special feature of Wall Street Susquehanna!
Comprehensive fees include room, meals and all program materials.
- Before May 1: $875
- After May 1: $1,025
Scholarships are available based on financial need and academic performance. No full-tuition scholarships are available.
A letter from your guidance counselor, indicating your eligibility for free/reduced lunch or other measure(s) of financial need, is required for scholarship consideration.
All registrations must be submitted no later than June 8 for week 1 and June 22 for week 2.
A non-refundable $250 deposit is due at registration. Balance is due 14 days prior to starting camp.
All supporting documentation must be received prior to your arrival on campus.
Peter DaDalt, Ph.D., has been a university professor for 19 years. An assistant professor of finance in Susquehanna University's Sigmund Weis School of Business, he earned a Ph.D. from Georgia State University and holds the CFA Charter. He regularly conducts review workshops in both the U.S. and Canada for the Chartered Financial Analyst Level 1 exam. In addition, he has published numerous articles on corporate governance, earnings management and corporate bond markets.
Ali Zadeh, Ph.D., is a professor of finance in the Sigmund Weis School of Business at Susquehanna University and head of the Department of Management. He holds the Ph.D. in financial economics and the Master of Science in applied mathematics from Michigan State University. He teaches corporate finance, and financial institutions and markets. His research interests are in areas of demand for money and exchange rate uncertainty.