The Idaho Medical Association Financial Services Internship and Scholarship Program
At Idaho Medical Association Financial Services, we believe there’s no more noble pursuit than dedicating one’s life to the health and happiness of others. That’s why we’ve dedicated ourselves to helping medical professionals reap the rewards of their hard work and sacrifice through sound investments and strong financial planning.
The future is bright for our clients and our company. To ensure it only gets brighter in years to come, we’re searching for passionate young people who want to learn our business and continue carrying out our mission.
We established the Idaho Medical Association Financial Services Internship and Scholarship Program as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for college students to receive on-the-job training in the field of financial management while alleviating some of their own financial burden. Our program offers both an internship position and monetary award to one qualified student per calendar year.
Please continue reading for more details, and contact the IMAFS team at 204-504-1736 with any questions.
Help Those Who Save Lives Save For The Future
A good financial planner must embrace the responsibility that comes with managing a client’s retirement fund. The ideal candidate for the IMAFS Internship and Scholarship program should not only exhibit an affinity for finance, but they should also have a passion for helping people improve their quality of life. Our financial planning isn’t strictly business; it also entails fostering relationships.
Do you want to make dreams come true for the dedicated doctors and healthcare professionals who make the world a better place? If so, we encourage you to apply.
Idaho Medical Association Financial Services seeks an intern who would like to pursue a career in financial planning and possesses all of the following qualities:
Eager To Learn
Requirements for Scholarship Eligibility:
United States Citizen (or permanent resident).
Limit of one entry per contestant.
Enrolling in or currently a full-time student at an accredited college or university in the U.S.
Employees of Idaho Medical Association Financial Services and their immediate families are ineligible.
Write an 800-word essay explaining why you’re interested in pursuing a career in financial planning, addressing the following questions:
What does financial planning mean to you?
What about the medical profession inspires you?
Why are you interested in financial planning?
What goals do you aim to accomplish by pursuing a career in financial planning?
What do you think it will take to accomplish those goals?
Why do you think you deserve this internship and scholarship?
Submit Entries To: TBA
Make sure to provide your full name, email address, mailing address, the name of your college or university and area of study.
Deadline: May 1, 2020
Award: $750 — One winner per calendar year
Winner Announced: June 1, 2020 — notified via email.