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At NYIF, we provide hands-on skills training using an immersive boot-camp mode of delivery. Training modules typically run for a week, minimizing your time away from work. While our focus is on risk, the desk-ready competencies you develop are applicable to a multitude of roles including valuation, model validation, asset-liability management, and quantitative modeling.

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G2020 Young Finance Scholar (YFS)™ Program

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Benefits include:
- G2020 Young Finance Scholar (YFS) Certificate.
- Reference letters from NYIF after graduating from the program.
- Invitation to participate in NYIF's Global Youth Competitions on - Financial Investment, and Sustainability Entrepreneurship.
- Excellent research work will be recommended for publications in leading business magazines and NYIF publications.
- Become NYIF Young Alumni with access to a network of professionals / alumni from top US universities.

Where Our G2020 Students Come From

G2020 Alumni come from all over the world. Students are from elite schools like:

Dalton (New York, NY), Alfaris International School (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia), SAIL Homeschool, American School of Bombay (Mumbai, India), Rye Country Day School (Rye, NY), Lakeside Middle & High School (Pompton Lakes, NJ), Singapore American School (Singapore ), Wellington College International Shanghai (Shanghai, China), Winsor School (Boston, MA), Kellogg Middle School (Seattle, WA), TL Kennedy Secondary School (Mississauga, Ontario ), Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School (Indianapolis, IN), The Bronx High School of Science (Bronx, NY), Phillips Academy (Andover, MA), Greenwich Academy (Greenwich, CT), Pechersk School International Kiev (Kiev, Ukraine), St. Sebastian's School (Needham, MA), St. Marcellinus Secondary (Mississauga, Ontario). To view all schools*, click here