Our Student Trainers are a critical component of our business. They are our eyes, ears and feet on the ground at undergraduate campuses. Student Trainers are leaders on campus and are personally and professionally vested in seeing our FMC™ Program succeed.

Campus Representatives Description

Campus Representatives are a critical component of our business, as they are our eyes, ears and feet on the ground at undergraduate campuses. They are typically leaders in clubs on campus and are personally and professionally vested in seeing our FMC™ Program succeed. Campus Representatives have a competitive edge in obtaining financial analyst positions relative to other candidates from their universities. With only a few hours of commitment per semester, the experience of being a Campus Representatives sets a job candidate apart by demonstrating analytical, leadership and entrepreneurial capabilities.

Responsibilities

Lessons on the Self-Paced Exercise Campus Representatives are required to play a leadership role in preparing trainees for our FMC Program. Specifically, they administer lessons focused on the Self-Paced Exercise in advance of our on-campus courses.
Training We rely upon Campus Representatives to help us administer our boot camps. During our boot camps they walk around the computer lab and help the trainees learn keystrokes, formatting techniques and financial modeling concepts.
Program Set-Up Campus Representatives play a key role in scheduling the date and location of our boot camps. Scheduling isn’t always easy, as there are midterms, finals, fall and spring breaks, holidays, social events and sporting events to contend with.
Sales and Marketing Campus Representatives use our marketing package (template emails and flyers) to market the FMC Program to the student organizations, university classes and directly to students.
Recruitment and Mentorship Part of the Campus Representative role is to help Adventis identify, recruit and select fellow students to become future Campus Representatives. They also serve a role in mentoring younger Campus Representatives.

 

Ideal Candidate Profile

  • Desire to obtain a financial analyst position post-graduation
  • Membership in a finance- or business-related student-led organization
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills with a desire for continuous improvement
  • A highly-motivated, self-starter with the ability to work, both independently and with a team
  • Desire to stay in the position through their final semester on campus
  • FMC Level I Certification

If you are interested in a Campus Representative position, please contact David Lewicki at david.lewicki@adventiscg.com.