The 5th annual "Ins and Outs of Wall Street" event held at Marquette University is getting closer. On Saturday, April 14, nearly 30 alumni will be returning to campus to help Marquette's undergraduate students learn about the finance industry and how to obtain internships and career offers.
On Friday, April 13, at least six former AIM students will be returning to campus to be a part of Dr. Krause's AIM classes. The AIM alumni will help critique the reports of the students in the Class of 2013 who are giving their first equity investment pitches on Friday at Geneva Capital Management.
Dr. David Krause, AIM program director said, "This event continues to grow each year. We expect about 100 students to attend the Ins and Outs on Saturday - mainly freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. The alumni who return to campus are doing our students a huge favor and we are grateful for their contributions. The knowledge gained during the Ins and Outs is a large contributor to the success that our students have achieved in the recent years. This will be another outstanding event."