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Client Service Associate – Charlotte, North Carolina
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Contact: Hannah Savidge, Human Resources Associate hannah.savidge@carystreetpartners.com


Client Service Associate – Charlottesville, Virginia
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Contact: Hannah Savidge, Human Resources Associate hannah.savidge@carystreetpartners.com


Experienced Financial Advisors
Contact: Paige Garrigan, Head of Marketing, Transitions & Branch Relations, Managing Director paige.garrigan@carystreetpartners.com


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Summer Intern Program

Our program is designed to provide talented and motivated individuals with unparalleled hands-on experience where they will gain insight into the intricacies of a wealth management firm. Interns collaborate with seasoned professionals and contribute to meaningful projects that impact the firm, receiving mentorship from industry experts, attending meetings, and getting exposure to cutting-edge financial technologies. 

Our interns immerse themselves in all areas of our business including, Wealth Management, Asset Management, Operations, Compliance, Marketing, and Finance. Some key areas of focus include:

  • Introduction to Wealth Management: Gain an overview of the principles, objectives, and key concepts that guide the wealth management industry.
  • Financial Planning Strategies: Learn how to analyze financial situations, set goals, and develop comprehensive financial plans tailored to clients’ unique needs.
  • Investment Analysis: Explore various investment vehicles, asset classes, and strategies to build a solid foundation in portfolio management.
  • Estate and Retirement Planning: Discover the intricacies of estate planning, including wills, trusts, and tax considerations, as well as the art of crafting effective retirement plans.
  • Market Research and Analysis: Learn how to research market trends, analyze financial data, and make informed investment decisions in a rapidly changing economic landscape.
  • Ethics and Regulatory Compliance: Understand the ethical responsibilities and regulatory framework that govern the wealth management industry, ensuring the highest standards of professionalism.
  • Technology in Wealth Management: Explore the integration of technology, including financial software and digital platforms, to optimize client services and streamline operations.
  • Industry Insights and Trends: Stay up-to-date with the latest industry developments, trends, and emerging opportunities that shape the future of wealth management.

Enhance your knowledge and skills and set the foundation for a successful career in wealth management with a Cary Street Partners internship. Contact Hannah Savidge, Human Resources Associate, at hannah.savidge@carystreetpartners.com.

“The one-on-one mentorship offered me unique insights and boosted my confidence in tackling new challenges, ultimately leading me to accept a full-time position.”

-Erik

“My internship offered me valuable insights working with advisors to strategize communications, advertisements and other marketing materials. The experience led me to pursue a full-time role in marketing.”

-Alice

“Completing the Summer Intern Program was a game-changer for me. Not only did I acquire in-depth knowledge of wealth management, but the program also paved the way for my career. I now work at CSP where I contribute actively to our clients’ financial success.”

-Jack

Diversity Statement

Cary Street Partners is committed to providing a welcoming inclusive environment for all employees. We recognize and value the diversity of our employees’ backgrounds, experiences, talents, and perspectives as our greatest strength in serving our clients. We want all employees to feel heard and respected because that collegiality and collaboration creates a better work environment, better solutions, better results for our clients, and happier (empowered) employees.

Transparency in Coverage
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