U of Maryland's Undergrad Fund Earns 'Street Cred'
How much money did you manage in college? With the Lemma Senbet Fund, undergraduate students at the University of Maryland's Smith School of Business have the opportunity to manage over $100,000. Here's a look at what they do with those six figures.
Now in its second year, the student-run Senbet
Becoming a member of this fund is no small task. What's involved? Most students spend around 10 hours developing their application package, which includes an analyst report offering a buy, sell or hold recommendation on a stock. Once selected, fund members are required to serve for one year in the fund, including meeting on a biweekly basis. At the end of their one-year run, fund members earn six undergraduate credits toward their degree.
The Senbet Fund considers itself a long-term
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