TA, a leading global growth private equity firm, and Evercore, a premier global independent investment banking advisory firm, recently launched the second year of TA-CORE, a partnership to promote greater diversity in the private equity and investment banking industries. TA-CORE focuses on expanding the diversity pipeline within investment banking and private equity by providing education, access and career opportunities to young professionals from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic groups.
Participants in the program benefit from more than five years of mentorship at Evercore and TA, enabling them to build subject matter expertise in an entrepreneurial environment, gain exposure to marquee transactions and foster their professional networks.
To be considered for the TA-CORE program, interested undergraduates must first apply for and be accepted into Evercore’s Summer Analyst Internship Program and, upon completion, be offered a position in Evercore’s post-graduation, two-year Analyst Program. Once accepted as an Evercore Summer Analyst, candidates from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, including those that identify as Black, Hispanic or Latino, and/or American Indian/Alaskan Native, have an opportunity to learn about TA and the private equity industry through a series of learning sessions and networking activities. If interested, eligible candidates then apply and interview for TA’s three-year Associate Program, to begin after their commitment to Evercore. As an Associate, selected individuals would be involved in all stages of the investment process, including deal origination, deal execution and portfolio work within one of TA’s five core industries.
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