Jobs, Internships, and Careers

For many, the Economics major provides a useful background for a business career, while for others the major is preparation for graduate study in law, economics or public policy. Economics is relevant for students interested in employment in politics and public policy analysis, the financial services sector (banking, insurance), as industry analysts (health care, entertainment, energy), consumer affairs, international affairs, teaching and research, law, business consulting, government work and journalism. Salaries earned by economics majors nationwide are highly competitive. Employers rank economics as one of the most desirable majors.

Outside Careers

Senator Feinstein's LA Office Winter Internship Opportunity

Flyer (pdf)

About the internship position:


Tasks and Responsibilities:  Interns support the Senator and her Field Staff in drafting memos, scheduling or attending meetings, constituent letters, conducting background research, phone calls, document requests, morning press clippings, research projects, and attending events with the Senator when she is in the region.


Criteria:  For many citizens, contact with Senator Feinstein's office is their only experience with an elected representative. Therefore, we need professional and friendly students with a familiarity with the American political system and current events. Additionally, strong writing and communication skills are a must.


Hours:  Flexible hours (12-16 hours/wk) during the school year. We are very conducive to working with students' class schedules.


Application Process:  Interested students should follow the instructions given on the Intern Application, which can be found at  Completed application should be emailed to .  Please have one letter of recommendation emailed to that address as well.


Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.  If you have any questions, please contact Ryan Williams at or at 310.914.7300.


We look forward to hearing from you!




Ryan Williams


Ryan Williams

Office of U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein

11111 Santa Monica Boulevard, Suite 915

Los Angeles, California 90025

(310) 914-7300 (office)

(310) 914-7318 (fax)


United States Senator Dianne Feinstein's Los Angeles Office


Gain experience with the Legislative Branch assisting in constituent ervices and legislative projects.  Responsibilities include daily correspondence, policy research, and administrative support.


To learn more and/or apply visit our website:


For further inquiries, please contact:


Ryan Williams

Intern Coordinator

(310) 914-7300



Former Intern Testimonials


"Interning with Senator Feinstein’s Los Angeles office has been one of the most rewarding and enlightening experiences I have ever had.  Staff members challenge interns to not only write and reason at their highest levels but also discover and pursue what they are truly passionate about. In addition, interns have excellent opportunities to learn from and network with inspiring, successful leaders in the Los Angeles community. Simply put, interning at Senator Feinstein’s office helped to reform and develop my interests into possible career opportunities.”

 –AJ, Spring-Summer 2013


"My time as a summer intern in Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Los Angeles office was truly an unforgettable experience.  The chance to work with and learn from some of Senator Feinstein’s highest ranking staffers has allowed me to gain experience and knowledge that I could not have received from anywhere else.  Engaging in some of the foremost issues in American politics and working first-hand with constituents has been remarkably eye-opening and given me an unmatched understanding of the Democratic process.  Actively contributing to one of the most prominent leaders in the Senate is an incredibly rewarding feeling and one I will carry with me throughout the rest of my life and career.” – Jamie, Summer 2013


November 17, 2014

2015 Global Internship Program

City Internships provides structured Global Internship Programs for students seeking to gain experience in   Banking & Financial Services,   Legal & Professional Services,   Marketing, Advertising & PR,   Media, Publishing & Entertainment,   IT & Technology,   Art & Design,   Property & Construction   and   Science, Technology & Engineering.

Undergraduates and graduates can participate in the Global Internship Program in  London,  New York,  Los Angeles  &  Hong Kong.

Please share this email with your students if you think the Global Internship Program would be of interest.

Applications for the Spring (London only) and Summer (all locations) programs can be submitted now via

I have included further information pertaining to the Global Internship Program below. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me directly.

Kind regards,

Lewis Talbot
City Internships, Global Program Director 


London | Westminster Tower, London, SE1 7SP | +44 (0)203 141 8080


 New York | 340 Madison Avenue, New York, 10173 | +1 212 763 8333


Los Angeles | 631 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, 90401 | +1 310 807 5030


To learn more about the 2015 Global Internship Program visit

Undergraduates and graduates may Apply Now by clicking here.


0. Further Information

1.       2015 Application Status (by program date and location)
2.       2015 Global Internship Program – General Information.
3.       New Internship Opportunities of the Week. 

1. 2015 Application Process Status

2015 Spring Programs

  London (Spring) – Application process open  – APPLY NOW
  New York (Spring) – Applications now closed for Spring 2015
  Hong Kong (Spring)
– Applications now closed for Spring 2015
  Los Angeles (Spring)
– Applications now closed for Spring 2015

2015 Summer Programs

  London (Summer) – Application process now open – APPLY NOW
  New York (Summer) – Application process now open – APPLY NOW
  Hong Kong (Summer) – Application process now open – APPLY NOW
  Los Angeles (Summer) – Application process now open – APPLY NOW

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 2. City Internships – 2015 Global Internship Program – General Information

The Global Internship Program is a launch pad into the most prestigious, rewarding and intellectually stimulating graduate careers.

The program operates in the world’s leading cities – London, New York, Los Angeles & Hong Kong – and provides an immersive and formative experience that is focused on enabling undergraduates and graduates to convert their skills, ambition and academic accomplishment to professional success.

R 8 Week Internship Placement

R Social Events & Excursions

R Daily Transportation

R Accommodation*

R Meal Plan

R Career Seminars, Guest Speaker & Networking Events

R Welcome Reception, Orientation & Closing Reception

R Intensive Language or Professional Training Course**

R CV Revision & Interview Coaching

R 24/7 On-site Staff Support

R Academic Credit

R Post-program career services through City Careers

 The Global Internship Program is structured around an eight week internship placement, with a leading employer in the student’s chosen field, which is complemented by a series of inclusive career seminars and workshops, guest speaker and networking events, social events and weekend excursions.

The 8 week internship placement is designed to help students explore their chosen field and career path, develop industry specific skills and knowledge, and increase their professional network – simultaneously helping students to focus the direction of their career and increase their appeal to future employers.

The inclusive career seminars, guest speaker and networking events are designed to bolster their on-the-job learning and to further equip them with the tools necessary to launch a thriving career in today's highly competitive graduate market.

The inclusive social events and weekend excursions help to deliver a well-rounded experience and showcase their chosen city’s cultural highlights. They serve as a great opportunity for students to fully experience their chosen city with like-minded students from across the globe.

Students will benefit from an extensive support network before, during and after the program. The overarching philosophy of the program is to give undergraduates and graduates the freedom to define their own experience and to progress independently, both personally and professionally, within a framework that provides comprehensive direction and guidance.

Internship placements are available in  Banking & Financial Services,  Legal & Professional Services,  IT & Technology,  Art & Design,  Marketing, Advertising & PR,  Property & Construction,  Media, Publishing & Entertainment  or  Science & Engineering.

The Global Internship Program operates in  London,  New York,  Los Angeles  &  Hong Kong. Programs are available in  Spring,  Summer  &  Fall.

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 3. New Internship Opportunities of the Week

Banking & Finance – Sales & Trading – Leading global investment bank looking for intern in their penultimate or final year of studies, placement to lead to permament role. Intern will shadow senior traders and rotate through Equity, Fixed Income and Commodities trading desks in London. LONDON.

Professional Services – Strategy Consulting – Boutique High-Technology and Infrastructure consulting firm seeking technologically savvy intern to join Los Angeles-based financial services advisory team. Intern must have an interest in both technology and financial markets. LOS ANGELES.

Banking & Finance – Investment Banking – Global investment bank seeking bright interns to join Equity and Debt Capital Markets division. Interns will rotate across regional desks, including North America, Europe and Emerging Markets desks. The internship is intended as a feeder into the firms 2015/16 analyst program. LONDON, NEW YORK & HONG KONG.

Marketing Advertising & PR – Integrated Media – Full service integrated media agency – one of America’s most oldest and most recognised – seeking interns to shadow Senior Project Managers. The interns will rotate through the firm’s specialist teams across commercial goods and services. LOS ANGELES & NEW YORK.

Banking & Finance – IT & Technology – Global financial services firm – Leaders in the UK, Europe and Emerging Europe. Interns will rotate across Analytics, Infrastructure and Software teams. Interns ideally pursuing an Engineering or Computer Science or Statistics based degree. LONDON.

Marketing, Advertising & PR – Digital Marketing – London-headquartered Digital Maketing agency. Intern will gain exposue to both the production-side (Graphic Design, Web Design, Analytics) and client-side as they rotate through the firm’s core divisions. LONDON, LOS ANGELES & NEW YORK.

Banking & Finance – Hedge Fund – Europe’s largest Alternative Asset Manager looking for interns to join Multi-Manager Investment, Fixed Income Risk and Performance analysis and European Institutional Sales teams. The internship will likely result in a permanent position in London. LONDON, NEW YORK & HONG KONG.

Media & Entertaiment – Publishing – Global publishing  firm – a market leader in electronic and print publications in the US, UK, Europe and Asia. Intern will shadow and assist senior researchers, writers and editors. Intern must be currently undertaking a degree English, History, Literature, Media or Communications. NEW YORK.

Banking & Finance – Risk & Quantitative Analysis – Multi-strategy hedge fund looking for interns with a numerate background (Mathematics, Statistics, Engineering, etc.) with an interest in modelling and programming (VBA, C++, Python, etc.) to join the RQA investment strategy division. Placement to lead to permanent role. LONDON.

Visit to learn more. To apply, visit


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Undergraduates and graduates may Apply Now by clicking here.


City Internships is a member of the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) and the National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE).  

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November 19, 2014

Tutoring for Student Athletes

FDIC Research Fellows program

flyer (pdf)

January 21, 2015

Matador Network Program

The N Crowd in the Office of Alumni Relations would like to share with you an exciting, new online resource for students: The Matador Network. The CSUN Career Center and CSUN Alumni Association have proudly partnered together to launch this student-alumni mentoring network. It is an online database that brings together students and CSUN Alumni who can share their professional journey. The goal is to provide a setting for students to establish connections and prepare for the transition to post-colligate life. At the present moment, there are already over 500 alumni mentors in the system from all departments on campus, several of which are from the Economics Department. Interested students would need to simply create an online profile and can search for mentors through a variety of filters which include major and industry.


This tool will prove invaluable to student success. For further information and to sign up:


We are always working to recruit additional mentors, so alumni are invited to take part in the program.

flyer (pdf)

January 23, 2014


February & March Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) Dates

Interested in a career in finance?

Take the BAT to put your profile in front of over 25,000 employers, including
hedge funds, boutique firms and investment banks!  Be sure to get in the system before the start of this heavy recruiting season to optimize your visibility. Flyer (pdf)

Friday, February 20
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM


Please RSVP by 
Sunday, February 15
Limited Seating Available

What is the BAT?

The Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) is a free aptitude exam that helps students discover their strengths across 8 key performance areas in business and finance and connect with employers looking to fill internship and full-time entry level positions.

After taking the BAT, student scores are anonymously entered into the Bloomberg Talent Search database, which is searched daily by over 20,000 Bloomberg clients. The BAT allows students of all majors and ages to compete on a level playing field for the most sought after career opportunities in the finance industry



  1. Evaluate your strengths
  2. Highlight your BAT score on your resume and Linkedin profile
  3. Be contacted for local and international job opportunities
  4. Assess your Business-level English
  5. Free on campus!



  1. Review the Sample Questions
  2. Follow the News, retake the BAT for free to improve your score each month
  3. Manage your time (2 hours – 100 multiple choice questions)
  4. Try it out! If you don’t do well, you do not have to release your scores. Even when published, all scores remain anonymous.

* Not able to attend? Take the "At Home" version for $39 and  instantly receive your final score and gain access to a complimentary 6-month subscription to Bloomberg Briefs

January 30, 2015

Executive Leadership Summer Intern Program with PennyMac

PennyMac is looking for excellent students with strong leadership qualities that have an interest in joining our Executive Leadership Summer Intern Program; all majors within the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics are welcome to apply. Although GPA isn't everything, we're looking primarily for students with at least a 3.5. Participation in campus organizations and/or work experience is also a plus. The program will begin mid-June and run 8-10 weeks.

Program participants are paired with a mentor and provided with the opportunity to participate in valuable learning opportunities. In addition to daily job functions they are also assigned a project that will be presented to an executive panel at the end of the summer.

Internship program flyer (pdf)

January 30, 2015