Applications now being accepted for Frankel NYSE Scholars Program

The Whitman School is now accepting applications for the Stuart Frankel & Company New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Scholars Program. Open to top students, applicants compete for the opportunity to spend several intense days hosted by Whitman alumnus Stuart Frankel ’61, founder and CEO of Stuart Frankel & Company, New York City.

Scholars selected for the program gain an inside view of operations and transactions at the NYSE, as well as invaluable networking opportunities. During their time in New York City, Frankel Scholars speak with and learn from investment bankers, pension fund managers, hedge fund managers, traders, specialists and analysts.
The program is open to finance students with junior status or above, or second-year MBA students. A minimum GPA of 3.3 is required.

Applications will be accepted no later than Aug. 15. For more information, or to apply, visit