First- or second-year undergraduate students who are interested in what a quantitative trading career at Jane Street could look like


May 21, 2023 - May 24, 2023


Jane Street’s New York Office

Deadline to apply:

Sunday, March 19, 2023 at 11:59pm EST

This spring, Jane Street is excited to host our SEE program out of our office in New York City.

SEE is for students interested in learning about our quantitative trading group. Over the course of two days, attendees will learn about mathematical and financial topics — including probability, market structure, and arbitrage — through a combination of short lectures, group games, and mock trading sessions. These activities are structured to provide a broad overview of our work, and there will be plenty of opportunities for close interaction with our traders.

Selected students will arrive in New York City on the afternoon of Sunday, May 21, 2023 and will depart the morning of Wednesday, May 24, 2023. Jane Street will cover all travel expenses to and from NYC, including housing, meals, incidentals, and a variety of social events.

Don’t have a background in finance? No worries — if you’re curious about our work and want to learn more about what a career at Jane Street could look like, we encourage you to submit an application.


The deadline to apply is Sunday, March 19, 2023 at 11:59pm EST. If you have any questions, please email see-js@janestreet.com.

Jane Street works differently. We are a quantitative trading firm active on more than 200 trading venues across 45 countries. As a liquidity provider and market maker, we help form the backbone of global markets. Our approach is rooted in technology and rigorous quantitative analysis, but our success is driven by our people.

We are always recruiting top students and we invest heavily in teaching and training. The environment at Jane Street is open, informal, intellectual, and fun. People grow into long careers at Jane Street because there are always new and interesting problems to solve, systems to build, and theories to test. More than twenty years after our founding, it still feels like we’re just getting started.

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