Fall 2017 Internship Opportunity

The Treasury Management Association of Chicago (TMAC) is sponsoring a paid intership opportunity for an undergraduate business student in fall 2017. Please find information about the internship and application details below.

Internship Qualifications

  • TMAC internships are open to full-time junior and senior undergraduates majoring in Business, Finance or Accounting with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better and an interest in pursuing a career in Finance or Treasury Management.
  • TMAC internships consist of at least 180 hours, but no more than 200 hours, during the fall 2017 semester.
  • Excellent computer skills with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint).
  • Strong verbal/written communication skills.
  • Ability to work equally well on self-managed or team-oriented projects.

About the Internship

  • The TMAC intern will work in the business office at Dominican University, specifically with the university Bursar in Student Accounts, as well as with our Controller in the Business Office. Some of the responsibilities have included investment tracking, audits, reconciliation and analyzing collection agency accounts.
  • The TMAC organization provides funding of $15 per hour for the internship.
  • TMAC interns are invited to attend regular monthly TMAC meetings during their internship. Each TMAC Intern is assigned a TMAC member as mentor and optional field trips are available to participating students. In addition, Interns participate in the Windy City Summit and are also recognized at a special Scholarship luncheon during the conference. 
  • TMAC internship scholarships directly tie into the mission and purpose of TMAC. They promote careers in Treasury Management while providing financial support to students and participating universities.

To Apply

  • To apply, email Andrea Leinweber (aleinweber@dom.edu) with a copy of your resume and responses to the following:
      • (1) Your availability to work from end of September to December 2017. (Make sure you can work the hours - approximately 12 per week all semester.)
      • (2) Your interest in Treasury Management
      • (3) Your career goals
  • The deadline to apply is Wednesday, August 30, 2017.