Managing University Investment Fund

by Kevin on May 21, 2008

Some exciting news on the personal front for me. A few weeks ago I was asked if I would be interested in being an MBA member of a team that manages an investment fund at the school where I’m getting my MBA. The fund is $500,000 that was given to the school to be used to help teach investing to students. I’ll be working with undergraduate and MBA students to help guide where the fund invests.

I join this fall, so it should be interesting. Can we pick index funds? I’m guessing not, but…

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Fiscal Musings May 21, 2008 at 8:30 pm

Where are you getting your MBA? You mention it every once and a while, and I’m just curious. I’m going to be starting mine in the fall at Arizona State.

Ben @ Trees Full of Money May 22, 2008 at 4:55 am

Congratulations! I had a friend that was involved in a similar program at the University of Maine and it was a tremendous asset to him when he was applying for jobs after graduation! Good Luck!!

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