MISSION To offer broad access and exposure to a career path in financial services by creating a candidate pool of first-generation college students and/or those under-represented in the investment management industry. Undergraduate Summer Internship Development Program (USID)The USID program at Loomis Sayles provides students with a deep 10-week learning experience in the financial services sector that changes lives and opens up doors for a lifetime. DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIESAccepting and Giving Constructive FeedbackBloomberg CertificationCommunity ServiceEmotional Intelligence/MindfulnessEquity 101Emotional IntelligenceExcel TrainingFinancial ModelingFixed Income BasicsInterview Prep and PracticeMaking the Most of Your Linked-InMeditationNegotiating Job OffersPersonal BrandingProfessional DiningProfessional CommunicationsResume Writing WorkshopTeamwork and Collaboration THE PROGRAMThe Undergraduate Summer Internship Development (USID) Program was piloted in the summer of 2016 and became an official diversity intitiative in 2018. Since its initiation, the program has served 70 students and has created a richly diverse pool of potential job candidates for the future. So far, ten have been hired as full-time Loomis Sayles or Natixis employees. Prerequisites GPA of 3.0 or aboveRising Juniors or SeniorsFirst generation college studentsUnder-represented in the investment industry2020 summer hiring completeCLICK HERE for available listings SUMMER 2020: JUNE 8TH - AUGUST 14THEach summer, approximately 20 positions are offered internships in a variety of departments throughout the company, including investment and non-investment teams. Positions include: Client ServiceCommunity InvestmentsCorporate CommunicationsCredit ResearchEmerging MarketsEquity Fixed IncomeInvestment OperationsLegal & ComplianceQuantitative ResearchRisk ManagementTechnology WHAT MAKES THIS INTERNSHIP DIFFERENTThis 10-week, paid summer internship is offered to undergraduate students. The program offers a holistic approach to the student's work experience and professional development. Most importantly, we seek applicants interested in growing ALL of their professional capacities.The internship is a first-generation college program. We seek a diverse range of students who are currently under-represented in the investment industry. Students who receive 50% or more need-based financial aid are also encouraged to apply.Students gain hands-on work experience on a team, and also participate in a series of regular workshops. The internship aims to strengthen each intern's personal, professional, and technical capabilities in preparation for the workforce.Interns are recruited through a variety of sources, including Loomis Sayles' partnerships, such as: Girls Who InvestJaney ScholarsNoonan ScholarsPosseSquashBusters Summer SearchThe Crimson Summer AcademyThe PartnershipuAspire10,000 DegreesOUR APPROACHWork experience is coupled with a professional development program focused on verbal and written communication, creative thinking, work ethic, teamwork, networking, decision-making, flexibility, problem-solving, critical thinking, and conflict resolution. Workshops are held twice a week and include both mandatory and optional offerings.In addition, students participate on a team project with a pre-assigned topic. Projects cover an array of investment and non-investment topics. Interns present their findings to supervisors and senior management at the conclusion of the internship in August, and compete for the most effective presentation.