Our Investment Banking Analyst Program provides young professionals a platform on which to develop their skill sets and augment their education in the financial services industry to further their careers. Available to professionals with graduate or undergraduate degrees, or students currently in college, participants in the program receive invaluable insight to the industry and gain rigorous ground-level banking experience that is highly transferable to both corporate and investment banking positions.
Although our analyst program is unpaid, it provides foundational skills essential to climbing the investment banking career ladder. Most of our past analysts have found positions outside the Firm while participating in the program. With an eye toward your career progression, we do expect each analyst to balance the full-time work experience with an ongoing search for paid employment.
The TOBIN Analyst Program affords candidates the opportunity to gain robust exposure to investment banking with hands-on experience building financial models and Excel workbooks, conducting and documenting due diligence, understanding and editing offering documents, updating pitch books and servicing clients and prospects in a highly entrepreneurial environment. Throughout the internship, analysts learn and grow by developing a first-hand understanding of investment banking and business systems through resolution of complex situations and processes. Teamwork, synthetization of complex information and excellent communication are the three crucial skills which young investment bankers must gain and you will at TOBIN.
Each summer and full-time analyst will have the opportunity to enroll in Wall Street Prep’s Flagship Modeling course, which is paid for by the Firm, during their tenure at TOBIN. This course provides analysts with an in-depth understanding of complex financial concepts and modeling techniques that are important for every investment banker to possess. At TOBIN, we emphasize the learning process for our analysts and support them in every step along the way.
Our investment banking analyst internships are all remote and managed directly by our Managing Partner from our Uptown Charlotte office location. While the internship is unpaid, TOBIN provides all but student interns with housing stipends to help defray their expenses and provides bonuses, based on contributions made to the Firm, from time to time.
Due to the demands of the program, analysts typically join the full-time analyst program after college or graduate school graduation. Generally, our analysts work with our Firm for six-to-eight months, although shorter and longer terms do occur. We have analysts work with us for as little as one month and for as long as eighteen months. As with any internship or job, candidates are required to maintain strict confidentiality. Candidates for the full-time internship program may apply for the TOBIN Investment Banking Analyst Program at any time during the year. If you have yet to graduate but are interested in working full-time with our Firm, please send your application no earlier than one month before your graduation with the date when you are available to begin working with us.
Summer, Winter and Student Internships
Tobin & Company also offers unpaid summer and winter internships to students in undergraduate and graduate school, who are looking to gain full-time work experience in the investment banking industry during their academic breaks. Candidates wishing to apply for the summer internship program should submit their resume and cover letter during the last week of February, as we conduct interviews for the summer program in March.
Our winter internship program coincides with winter academic breaks and is tailored to the individual candidate’s personal and academic schedule. Candidates wishing to apply for the winter internship program should submit their resume and cover letter in early October as we conduct interviews for the winter program in late October.
With the working location freedom afforded by the pandemic, and because of our incredible success in transforming into a fully distributed workforce, TOBIN has commenced a student internship program. Tobin pays federal minimum wage for these positions which generally provide for ten-to-fifteen hours of work with the Firm per week.
Qualified candidates possess the following skills:
- Coursework in finance and accounting
- Experience with Microsoft Office, specifically Excel and Word
- Comprehension and understanding of company financial statements
- Acute attention to detail
- Strong organizational skills
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Ability to perform under pressure
- Prior work experience, particularly unskilled summer and high school jobs
- Drive, enthusiasm and open-mindedness
- Intellectual curiosity, including ingenuity, creativity and problem solving
- Polished, strong social skills and a well-honed sense of professionalism
- Care for her or his community with a mindfulness to promoting diversity in the workplace and in the industry
If interested, candidates should send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com explaining why you would like to work for our Firm and what you hope to gain from an internship.
Tobin & Company does not sponsor H-1B visas. International students on valid F-1 visa status are supported.
“Tobinites” have gone on to work at the following firms:
- Accenture PLC
- ACON Investments
- Addicus Capital Advisors
- American Bath Group
- Bain & Company
- Baird Global Investment Banking
- Bank of America Merrill Lynch
- Bank of America Corporation
- Barclays Capital
- Belk, Inc.
- Boxwood Capital Partners
- Boyd Watterson Asset Management
- Bridge Street Advisors, LLC
- Brighton Partners
- Brookwood Associates
- Camden Partners
- Cantor Fitzgerald
- Capital One Financial
- Capitala Group
- Credit Suisse Group AG
- Crosstree Capital Partners, Inc.
- Destum Partners
- Deutsche Bank AG
- Driven Brands
- Evercore Partners Inc.
- Fidus Partners
- Fifth Third Bank
- FTI Consulting
- The Gladstone Companies
- Global Growth Partners
- Goldman Sachs
- Harris Williams
- Houlihan Lokey
- Jefferies & Company, Inc.
- J.P. Morgan
- Madison Energy Investments
- Morehead Capital
- Mufson Howe Hunter & Company, LLC
- New Century Capital Partners
- Newell Brands
- The North Highland Company
- Piper Sandler
- Pricoa Capital Group
- Raymond James
- RBS Global Banking and Markets
- Red Ventures
- Restaurant Brands International
- Societe Generale
- Sunbelt Rentals
- SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Inc.
- TD Securities
- Truist Securities
- U.S. Bank
- United States Senate
- Wells Fargo Securities
- Wells Fargo & Company
- William Blair