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Point72 Data Scholars Program

Hosted by Point72 in partnership with Correlation One,   Point72 Data Scholars Program   is open to top undergraduate freshmen and sophomores in the New York metropolitan area.  The P72 Data Scholars Program takes place virtually on   April 26th from 1pm - 4pm EST . 50 accepted students will have the opportunity to participate in an exclusive, one-day training program that will equip them with a deeper understanding of the hedge fund industry and emerging applications of data science in investing.  The program features presentations from leaders at Point72 as well as hands-on training from experts in alternative data and quantitative investment analysis. Invited students will also have the opportunity to connect directly with Point72 data and investment professionals.  Interested students can submit an application on our   landing page here ! Make sure to fill out the application form before all the spots are taken.  When :   April 26th, 2024, 1pm - 4pm ET Where : Virtual W
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