Learn how you can you can bring our in-person boot camps to your campus.
Our boot camps provide the same instruction and learning materials as our online Financial Modeling Certification (FMC) Program, however in an in-person format. This provides a dedicated day of learning for students and augments the online aspects of the FMC Program.
In order to get our boot camps established on your campus, we need to first determine if there is a market. Once that is done, we need to coordinate the location and timing of the next boot camp and the market the boot camp to relevant channels.
The best environment for our boot camps is a PC computer lab. However, we can conduct boot camps in a classroom-style setting with students’ laptops.
Boot camps are typically in a Saturday or Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm. Most boot camps are conducted between mid January and mid April and between early September and mid November.
We must have partners on campus who have access to key channels where we can find students looking to win positions in investment banking, private equity, and other competitive finance positions.
Our boot camps are the in-person version of our online FMC Program videos. They both use the same presentations, instructional materials, exercises, and financial models. And they are both taught using the same general style. With our boot camps, candidates get the added bonus of being instructed by a trainer and being in a group with other students to learn from.
When we have an in-person presence at a university, we tend to conduct 2-4 boot camps on an annual basis. For example, we might host boot camps in September, November, February, and March of each year.
Ideally we can host our boot camps in a PC computer lab with 20-25 computers. However, if that’s not possible, we can host boot camps in rooms with classroom style seating where students bring in their PC and/or Mac laptops. Once we have a location and date for a boot camp locked down, we can produce a landing page and marketing materials and get going with spreading the word about the boot camp.