Career consultation and goal setting in. One hour on the phone or in-person with one of our advisers in New York City, Boston, Chicago, or Los Angeles to discuss your career plans and develop a custom acceleration strategy. All our advisers have a minimum of 10 years of work experience and a graduate degree from a top 5 school in their field.
Complete our training program. The program focuses on developing professional skills that you will use on a daily basis in your chosen career field. The training workload is equivalent to half of an undergraduate course. It includes weekly interaction with your mentor and home work.
After successful completion of training, trainees join Hyde Park Investment Services, Inc. or one of our portfolio companies for a summer internship. Apply your training in practice and develop a portfolio of work samples. The internship may be completed remotely.
After completing your internship, we can help you create a portfolio of work samples from projects that you participated in during your internship. These samples would be useful to post on LinkedIn or send to potential employers as a demonstration of your skills and experience.
Attend our networking sessions or the company’s annual meeting in August to mingle with employees, clients, and guests from the industry. Make useful business connections who will be interested to hear about your new track record and work portfolio. You can view the list of companies where our trainees held jobs or internships on our website's Results page. You can also take advantage of individual introductions and recommendations that our mentors can make for you.
Please refer to our map to choose your career path
Any student wishing to withdraw from a program must notify us by email to request a refund. The date of withdrawal for refund purposes is the last date of actual program attendance. Therefore, students are eligible for a full refund before the start of the program. After the start date of the program, students are eligible for a refund prorated to the actual number of days that the student withdraws from.