Resources for Young Investors
A Long-Term Commitment
Our long-term commitment to our people begins in the schools. For students considering a career in finance, Burgundy hosts a number of seminars and events throughout the year, designed to demystify the role of an investment professional and ignite a passion for investing.
Investment Intern Program
Fall 2024 and Winter 2025
Are you a student with a keen interest in pursuing a career in investing? If you’re a second or third-year undergraduate student, we encourage you to apply for our Burgundy Investment Intern Fall or Winter Program. The hiring timeline for these terms is as follows:
• March 1 – Investment Intern job posting will be available on the Current Opportunities page
• March 10 – Deadline for the first round of submissions
• March 11-13 – Review of first-round submissions
• March 14 – Selected candidates receive the company case
• March 24 – Deadline for company case submissions
• March 27, 28 & 29 – Final interviews and offers made
Investment Intern Testimonial
Resource Package for Investment Interviews
All candidates should have the opportunity to enter the interview on equal footing, which is why we provide a Resource Package for Investment Interviews. This package includes tips & tricks to prepare for an interview and details what to expect from the interview process with Burgundy.
From time to time we will share additional resources and insights to help spark thought and dialogue. We encourage you to check back for updates.
November 24, 2021: Irena Petkovic, Investment Analyst for Canadian small-cap equities, speaks at the 2021 Women in Capital Markets In2Fin conference. In her talk, Irena shares her journey to become an analyst – and her self-doubt along the way. She encourages other young women to trust in their abilities and explore the opportunities that exist in the financial industry.
In2Fin is an annual conference for high school students to explore career options in Finance and STEM.
December 9, 2020: Robyn Ross offers insight into how Burgundy’s Investment Internship Program has responded to the challenges posed by COVID-19. Despite the lack of in-person interaction, Burgundy’s virtual offering continues to support critical thinking and collaboration among its interns. Robyn highlights how the resolve of these students has transcended the barriers of remote work and explores Burgundy’s ability to adapt to unexpected circumstances.
August 6, 2020: Robyn Ross leads a virtual panel discussion with three participants of Burgundy’s internship program. In this discussion, the panellists reflect on their experiences as women in finance and share tips on building a resume, remaining confident in an interview and trusting your intuition.