Intro to Finance Careers

A 21st-Century Education Course

$349.00 for 1 year

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Intro to Finance Careers

This course introduces students to the challenging and lucrative world of finance. While “Wall Street” may still get a bad rap after the 2008 financial crisis, finance careers still remain highly sought after and can be highly rewarding. The course reviews key financial terms and examines various groups, positions, and roles within financial institutions. Students will learn about resumes, interviews, and networking. Students will also discuss ethics on Wall Street and the role of finance within society.

What You’ll Learn

Associated Careers

  • The laws and regulations to manage business operations and transactions in the securities and investment industry.
  • The use of financial resources in order to perform key duties in the securities and investment industry.
  • Career-planning concepts, tools, and strategies to explore, obtain, and/or develop in a securities and investments career.
  • The roles and responsibilities and identify potential career opportunities for entry-level positions in finance and on Wall Street.
  • Key financial terms related to jobs in finance.
  • Financial Planning
  • Financial Analyst/Manager
  • Accounting
  • Investment Banking
  • Risk Management Analyst
  • and many more…

What You’ll Create

Associated 21st-Century Skills

  • Examinations of prominent financial firms, including their history, culture, and current situation.
  • Plans for day-to-day securities and investment operations.
  • A report of client needs and wants, then respond through planned, personalized communication to guide purchase decisions and enhance future securities and investment opportunities.
  • and more…
  • Integrity
  • Communication & Collaboration
  • Attention to detail
  • Problem-solving
  • Critical thinking & Decision-making
  • and more…

 

System/Equipment Requirements

  • A general word processing program (Word, Google Doc, etc.)