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Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo On-Campus Recruiting: Summer Analyst (Internship) Program

January  31, 2014  9:00 AM

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Angela Tsuei-Strause
Email:
tsuei-strausea@queens.edu

Event Details

Wells Fargo Securities Operations will interview pre-selected candidates for their Summer Analyst (Internship) Program. This program is open to bachelors students with a December 2014, Spring 2015 graduation date. All students must apply through the Queens Online Job Board in order to be considered for an on-campus interview.

To apply, visit www.collegecentral.com/queens

Job ID#: 3304448.  Contact Angela Tsuei-Strause, Internship & Career Programs with questions:  tsuei-strausea@queens.edu.

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