Cole Ducote is a junior at Chapman University, pursuing Bachelor of Business Administration and Management. He spends his spare time volunteering for Art for Kids, feeding the homeless at Loaves & Fishes, and taking care of kids at the Special Olympics.

Marc Jacob is a graduating student from the International School of Management in Germany. He studied Bachelor of Arts in International Business Administration with concentration in Asset Management and Controlling. He is passionate about finance and travel as shown in his academic and professional career. In 2015, he spent a year as an exchange student at Corvinus University in Hungary focusing on international management and business strategy. Last summer, he was an Intern in the Controlling and Finance department of a semiconductor company in Silicon Valley, CA. He speaks five languages- English, German, French, Spanish and Hungarian.

Tyler Kong is a junior at Texas Christian University (TCU) Neeley School of Business, studying Bachelor of Business Administration and majoring in Finance. He is also a Cadet training to commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force upon graduation. During summer, he spends his time leading mission trips to the Philippines taking with him about 20 college and high school students at a time.

Apriem’s Internship Program (“program”) is a carefully monitored program with full immersion to Apriem’s culture. We give the intern an opportunity to have the closest connection between what they learn in the classroom and actual work environment. They get to learn the history of Apriem1, which defines our culture in the firm.

The program offers each intern intentional learning goals called modules. These modules include general business concepts, wealth management, and investment management providing challenging tasks and progressive goals. When asked about Tyler’s experience, he said “I appreciate the group and individual projects where we conduct investment research and present our report to the team. We get to see our research driving the decision and implementation in the portfolios.”

1 The History of Apriem