IAM Internship aims to offer local students a high-intensity experiential career preview in the financial services industry through the lens of business consultancy experts in Singapore. We strongly believe that your progress is measured by the richness and intensity of experience. The goal for the IAM Internship is to identify and groom potential future leaders in this industry. We extend this opportunity to local undergrads to join us in this accelerated 5-week program in Dec 2020 to Jan 2021. At IAM, you may discover your career calling. ✓ Gain exposure into the real-world and gain practical entrepreneurship skills you can use to evoke change and impact society ✓ Gain first-hand experience on
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