Hobart and William Smith Colleges - Chemistry Major Mitrow ’22 to Intern with Bank of America 
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Christina Mitrow

Chemistry Major Mitrow ’22 to Intern with Bank of America 

Christina Mitrow ’22 has landed a competitive internship opportunity with Bank of America on their global transactions team.

Chemistry major and economics minor Christina Mitrow ’22 has secured a summer internship with Bank of America on its global transactions team where she will further develop her understanding of the treasury management industry, both domestically and internationally.

As a member of the global transactions team, Mitrow will be a part of the organization’s effort to provide comprehensive global treasury solutions to clients, including liquidity management, payments and receipts, trade and supply chain finance, foreign exchange, commercial card services, and custody and agency services.

Mitrow previously held a private wealth management internship with Newport Capital Group, where she compiled investment analyses and recommendations based on clients’ liquidity positions, risk tolerances and investment horizons as determined by NASDAQ, NYSE, OTC Bulletin, and SEC. She also presented bi-weekly updates on client portfolios to investment advisers and the wealth management team.

Mitrow believes her coursework in chemistry has prepared her to solve complex problems. “It’s a challenging major, that’s also very rewarding,” says Mitrow, who thanks her mentor and adviser Associate Professor of Chemistry Kristin Slade for her guidance.

At the Colleges, Mitrow has also participated in the Salisbury Center for Career, Professional and Experiential Education’s NYC Finance Experience. The extended networking opportunity introduced Mitrow to more than 50 alum volunteers in the HWS community working in the finance industry.

As a guard on the William Smith basketball team, she serves on the Basketball Leadership Group and Student Athletic Advisory Committee, and has “learned to be an advocate for fellow athletes and to communicate expectations between coaches and teammates.”

All three of Mitrow’s siblings attend HWS. Read more about their story here.