Michigan Finance Scholars
The Michigan Finance Scholars program (MFS) prepares ambitious and driven undergraduate students for careers in corporate finance, investment banking, asset management, and commercial banking.
Our program will prepare you to be a well-qualified candidate for top internships and entry-level positions. By taking part in our workshops, case studies, and competitions you will be equipped with the skills needed for a successful career in the finance industry.
Become a Scholar
Any CMU student can become a Michigan Finance Scholar. The application process opens at the beginning of the fall semester in August.
- Undergraduate Central Michigan University Student
- High GPA (3.50 or higher)
- Submit your resume to Brad Taylor at email@example.com
- Complete an interview
- Pass a 50 question exam* covering math, finance, accounting, critical thinking skills, and current events
*Exam will be provided once a year in mid-September
Case Study WorkshopsCase Study Workshops are held on Saturdays from 8 am-Noon. These workshops are designed to sharpen your corporate financial skills by exploring capital budgeting, mergers & acquisitions, and loan extensions.
CompetitionsMichigan Finance Scholars excel in finance case competitions. Each year we participate in the CFA Research Challenge, Associate for Corporate Growth Cup, National Investment Banking Competition, and many others.
Networking & EmployersScholars gain access to high-achieving alumni, exclusive tours of international firms, and an opportunity to travel to the New York Stock Exchange.
Tom Celani Student Investment Portfolio
The Tom Celani Student Investment Portfolio is a fund managed by fifteen to twenty students each year that are selected by their peers and the faculty adviser. Members of the fund make presentations about potential acquisitions and divestments to the group on a weekly basis. Proposals are vigorously debated based on the analyses provided, consideration of risk-adjusted returns, and the overall impact on the portfolio.
Bob Oros Multi-Asset Investment Fund
The Bob Oros Multi-Asset Investment Fund allows students each year to gain hands-on experience managing a portfolio that includes equity, fixed income, cash, and alternative asset categories. The investment committee meets each week to discuss risk, return, and additional investments. In addition, the advisory committee consisting of Bob Oros reviews the investment activity of the fund.
|11/15/21||iShares 0-5 year TIPS Bond ETF||325||$106.71||$34,945.85|
|Realty Income Corp||350||$70.78||$24,963.75|
|Aberdeen Standard Physical Silver Shares ETF||617||$24.12||$14,998.65|