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Career Pathways: Finance

Earlhamites from all majors have found careers in the Finance sector. Use this guide to identify ways to start building your portfolio.


Get Involved in Campus Activities

  • Earlham College Investment Club
  • REInvestment


Apply for Internships

Below are some examples of Earlham Network Employers who offer internships that could help you gain experience in this sector. Learn more about applying for internships here.

  • Huntington Bank: Credit Analyst Internship
  • Richmond Baking Company: Human Resources Intern


Volunteer in Richmond

Log in to Earlham Engage to follow some of these agencies and find out about their volunteer needs.

  • City of Richmond
  • Urban Enterprise Association of Richmond
  • Grassroots Action Resource Center

Related Earlham Programs


Business & Nonprofit Management



Useful Links


American Economic Association

Economist Jobs

Careers in Finance


US Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook (Business and Finance) 


Possible Job Titles

  • Economist
  • Human Resource Officer
  • Financial Specialist
  • Financial Analyst
  • Pricing Analyst
  • Data Scientist/Analyst
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Market Researcher
  • Actuary
  • Broker
  • Insurance Agent
  • Financial Consultant
  • Financial Planner
  • Accountant
  • Investment Banker
  • Real Estate Agent
  • Sales Representative
  • Statistician
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