University and Business School Programs
Goldman Sachs Undergraduate Camp
This event is open to Black, Hispanic, and Native American students from all majors and disciplines and is best suited for rising sophomores. The two-day program offers an introduction to the firm’s business, history and culture and features presentations, workshops and networking opportunities.
Goldman Sachs Women’s Leadership Camp
A one-day event where freshmen and sophomore women learn about Goldman Sachs and the financial services industry. Students will meet professionals from all areas of the business, learn professional development skills and take part in networking sessions.
Goldman Sachs Pride Summit
A one-day introduction for sophomores and juniors. Participants learn how to navigate the summer analyst recruiting process, meet members of the firm’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Network and meet with recruiters from various divisions.
Beyond Banking takes our diversity message out on the road to meet undergraduate students of all majors. At this event, students will learn about who we are, what we do and the wide range of career opportunities we have available to students of all academic backgrounds. Students will also have the opportunity to network with professionals from across the firm and learn to navigate the summer analyst recruiting process.
Goldman Sachs Diversity Symposium - Salt Lake City, UT
A two-day event to demonstrate the opportunities available in our Salt Lake City office. The program includes an overview of the firm’s business, career workshops and networking opportunities.
This one-day program targets diverse engineers interested in careers in the financial services industries. Students learn about the firm's business and meet with firm professionals and affinity networks. This event is open to sophomores and juniors studying science, technology, engineering or math.
Launched in 2008, this one-day career event targets college sophomores and juniors with disabilities who are seeking summer internships in the financial services industry. Students pair up with a Goldman Sachs professional and participate in firm overviews, trading floor tours, skill-building workshops and lunch with Disability Champions.
Launched in 2010, the Teach for America Goldman Sachs Internship program selects students for internships in the summer between their two years of teaching. Students who are passionate about education as well as business are given the opportunity to learn about the financial services industry during their corps experience.
Goldman Sachs MBA Camp
The Goldman Sachs MBA Camp is a two-day program for newly admitted Black, Hispanic and Native American MBA students from all business schools. It features overviews of our business lines, case studies, career workshops and networking opportunities with Goldman Sachs professionals.
This is a one-day event is aimed at first-year MBA women. Attendees learn about career opportunities globally and have the opportunity to network with Goldman Sachs women to prepare for the summer associate recruiting process.
Launched in 2011, this one-day career event targets college sophomores, juniors and first year MBA veterans who are seeking summer internships in the financial services industry. Attendees will learn more about the firm, our summer opportunities, and how to navigate the recruiting process. They will also meet professionals from a range of divisions and network with members of the Firmwide Veterans Network.
The Goldman Sachs Scholarship for Excellence Program recognizes outstanding students and is an integral part of our diversity recruiting effort, helping to attract Black, Hispanic and Native American undergraduate students to careers at Goldman Sachs.
Recipients in their Sophomore year will receive a $5,000 award, and Juniors $10,000, toward tuition and academic expenses. All scholarship recipients also receive an offer for a paid Goldman Sachs summer internship.
The MBA Fellowship is designed to increase the level of interest in and awareness of careers in the financial services industry among Black, Hispanic and Native American 1st-Year business school students. The Fellowship is also a reflection of our Business Principles and is awarded to recognize outstanding community and leadership achievements.
After successfully completing the Summer Associate interview process, eligible candidates are evaluated for the Fellowship. Fellowship recipients receive a $15,000 award* in addition to the Summer Associate salary. Upon successful completion of the summer internship and acceptance of a full time offer, Goldman Sachs will award an additional $15,000*.* anticipated amount net of applicable withholdings
Our Diversity Partners
We partner with numerous external diversity organizations that focus on career development and advancement. Working together we aim to promote diversity to a wider audience.
Here is our current roster of partnerships in the Americas
A Better Chance
American Indian Science & Engineering Society
Association of Latino Professionals in Finance & Accounting
Consortium for Graduate Study in Management
Great Minds in STEM
Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities
Jackie Robinson Foundation
LEAD Program in Business
Management Leadership 4 Tomorrow
National Association of Black Accountants
National Black MBA Association
National Society of Black Engineers
Native American Financial Officers Association
New York Needs You
Out for Undergraduate Business Conference
The PhD Project
The Point Foundation
The Posse Foundation
Prep for Prep
Reaching Out MBA Conference
Robert A. Toigo Foundation
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
Society of Women Engineers
Sponsors for Educational Opportunity
Teach for America