Internships & Opportunities

As part of the Center for Student Professional Development’s (CSPD) efforts to prepare students for the working world, guidance for identifying, procuring and preparing for internship opportunities is offered to all interested Fox School of Business students. The timeline for finding and securing an internship varies from student to student, but it is strongly recommended that all Fox students explore the many internship opportunities posted on Handshake, a recruitment and career management platform. There are a wide variety of opportunities available with employers from varied industries.

Select Fox graduate programs, such as the full-time MBA, require enrolled students to participate in an internship, often during the summer between their first and second year. All other Fox students are encouraged, but not required, to participate.

Find out more about internships and school partners at Fox.


Graduates of the Financial Analysis and Quantitative Risk Management MS program develop specialized skills in the field of finance that distinguish them for employment with

  • accounting firms,
  • commercial banks,
  • consulting companies,
  • financial technology firms,
  • government and regulatory agencies,
  • hedge funds,
  • insurance companies,
  • investment banks, and
  • investment companies.

Alumni Employers

Temple University maintains strong ties with employers, both within the city of Philadelphia and beyond, who have employed, or who currently employ, former Temple students. Graduates from the Department of Finance have gone on to work for a variety of employers, including

  • Bank of America,
  • BNY Mellon,
  • Freedom Mortgage,
  • Hamilton Lane,
  • Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies,
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co.,
  • KPMG,
  • PNC Financial Services Group,
  • Prudential Financial,
  • SEI,
  • TD Bank and
  • Vanguard.

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