Over the course of two days, select undergraduate and graduate students who self-identify with a historically underrepresented minority group will experience a fun and engaging introduction to Jane Street. Attendees will participate in classes, discussions, and activities that are structured to provide a broad overview of the interesting and creative work our trading, software development, and business development teams do.
Attendees participating in the software development program will receive an in-depth look into the ways we use computer science within our firm. They will learn OCaml, the libraries and tools we use in our daily work, and how to put them to use by building a computer game. Participants will also learn the fundamentals of electronic trading systems and write a program that trades on a simulated stock exchange.
Attendees participating in the trading program will learn about mathematical and financial topics such as probability, market structure, and arbitrage through a combination of short classroom lectures, group games, and mock trading sessions. These activities are structured to provide a foundation for and a broad overview of our work, and there will be plenty of opportunities for close interaction with our traders.
Attendees participating in the business development program will explore a broad variety of Infrastructure subgroups, including treasury, compliance, operations, and project consulting, to learn how we solve cross-departmental problems to support the firm’s growth. Case studies and problem-solving exercises will introduce participants to how we optimize funding and financing, set up new trading flows, respond to regulatory inquiries, and generally manage the complex mechanics that underlie Jane Street’s business. The program will give attendees a glimpse into the work that goes on in our business development internship and Rotational Development Program.
There will also be opportunities to connect with other attendees and employees from across the firm. This program does not require a prior knowledge of finance, only an interest in seeing what a career at Jane Street might look like.
Academic students including undergrad, graduate, and PhD students are invited to learn about Jane Street in this fun and engaging one-day winter program.
Incoming college students, undergraduates, and graduate students who self-identify with historically underrepresented minority groups are introduced to Jane Street in this fun and engaging two-day summer program.
Freshmen undergraduates learn about our trading and technology models in this interactive three-day winter program in New York.
Undergraduate and graduate students who self-identify with historically underrepresented minority groups explore our trading, software development, and business development teams in this interactive two-day winter program.
Self-identifying women, transgender and gender-expansive people learn how we use math, computer science, and business development to solve real-world problems in this interactive four-day winter program in New York.
Students and recent graduates join any office location to meet our teams and learn about quantitative trading, software engineering, quantitative research, or business development.
Undergraduates from China-based universities will explore how math and probability concepts are used in quantitative trading in this interactive three-day winter programme in Hong Kong.
Freshmen and sophomores explore how we use math and computer science to solve real-world problems in this educational three-day spring program in New York.
Undergraduates learn how we use math and computer science to solve real-world problems in this educational three-day spring programme in London.
Current and recent Ph.D. students explore several quantitative trading problems using mathematical and computational techniques in this challenging three-day winter program in New York.
Self-identifying women, transgender and gender-expansive people interested in trading and programming are introduced to Jane Street in this fun and engaging four-day summer program.
Self-identifying women, transgender and gender-expansive university students learn how math and computer science are used to solve real-world problems in this interactive three-day autumn programme in London.
Self-identifying women, transgender and gender-expansive people who are entering college learn how math, computer science, and probability-related skills drive innovation at Jane Street in this educational two-day summer program in London.