Meet Us On Campus
If you are looking for an exciting career and have the ambition and talent to make a difference, the application process starts here. Check with your school’s career service or other student organizations to find out when one of Cantor Fitzgerald’s representatives will be visiting your campus. Make sure you attend our events and spend time getting to know our people so you can begin to understand what being a member of Cantor’s team entails.
Please check with your career services to determine if Cantor Fitzgerald is actively recruiting on your campus this year.
Please submit your resume through your career services website.
If we are not recruiting on your campus this year and you have an interest in one of our programs, we encourage you to apply here.
We offer a number of summer internships and full-time analyst roles.
Ready to join the team at Cantor Fitzgerald?
Below are some helpful tips on how to prepare for an interview.
First of all, congratulations on being selected to interview. At Cantor Fitzgerald, we are only interested in the most talented and motivated graduates. We hope you enjoy the process and gain useful experience from meeting with some of the leading individuals in the industry.
To help you to be as successful as possible in your interview, below are a few tips:
- Research: Make sure you have researched in full the role for which you are applying, as well as the division you are seeking to join. We want to see that you understand both our business and what the job requires.
- Practice: Go through the job application and try to anticipate what questions we might ask. Completing a couple of practice interviews beforehand can be a great way to prepare.
- Be yourself: We are looking for well-rounded individuals, so don’t be afraid to show us who you really are and what your interests are. Remember, it’s important to be aware of your strengths, but also areas where you can improve. We are interested in outstanding individuals who will grow and develop at Cantor.
- Be confident: If we are interviewing you, it’s for a good reason! Be confident in your answers and who you are. Often, we are more interested in how you think and how you approach a question rather than the answer you give.