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The Wall Street Club was founded in the fall of 2010 and had just 25 members in its first class. Today, there are over 600 active members of the club, making it one of the largest and most influential business clubs on campus. While the size of the club has changed, the vision of the club has not: to provide the resources, mentoring, and preparation needed to help undergraduate students obtain and excel in highly competitive internships and full-time jobs on Wall Street. 

Club Overview & Objectives

The Notre Dame Wall Street Club strives to provide resources for current undergraduate students and assist them in obtaining summer internships and full-time jobs on Wall Street. We take a three-pronged approach towards this mission, which includes education, preparation, and networking. 

By offering various networking trips, student panels, and speaker series, the Wall Street Club educates its members on various careers in financial services. The club also works with underclassmen on interview preparation workshops, resume reviews, and offers an annual financial modeling workshop. Finally, the Wall Street Club offers networking opportunities through a senior mentor program, young alumni mentorship, and events with alumni in San Francisco, Chicago, and New York. 

Club Structure 

The Wall Street Club structure has evolved over time to position the club for success now and in the future. Our senior officers work with the Notre Dame Investment Office, the Center for Career Development, and the Notre Dame Institute for Global Investing (NDIGI) to enhance the learning curve for students and go above and beyond in delivering interview and job preparation opportunities. We also work with senior and young alumni to engage them in the recruiting process and provide current students looking for jobs or internships the best possible advice. 

The club has three co-presidents and 17 Vice Presidents. All members of the board serve a different purpose and work to enhance the educational, preparation, and networking opportunities for underclassmen. You can find more information about the Presidents and VPs on the Club Leadership  and Resources pages.