Ryan Elantri started learning Chinese in the third grade and continued his study of the language and culture through his middle and high school years. Upon graduating high school in 2013 he received an award for “Best Chinese Language Student” for his mastery of the language. Ryan also received a small scholarship from a local Chinese-American association. Mandarin is a language that still fascinates him, and one that he continues to target as he moves into the professional phase of his life.
Since spring of 2015 Ryan Elantri has been working closely with the Nittany Lion Fund, LLC as a member of the Penn State Investment Association. Part of Ryan’s work involves tracking global financial trends through PSIA’s portfolio management project. Elantri also simulates financial valuation and hedging techniques against other teams in various stock pitching competitions. In the summer of 2015 Ryan Elantri worked in Shanghai, China as a finance and accounting intern with BoardRoom Limited. During his tenure at BoardRoom he was able to learn the fundamentals of both corporate and private finance and business law in China.
Wall Street Boot Camp
In September 2015 Ryan Elantri was selected from among hundreds of applicants to join a 40-student group that participated in a semester-long program showcasing professional life on Wall Street. The weekly sessions included guest speakers from various sectors across the financial industry, including, but not limited to, Wealth Management, Investment Banking, Sales and Trading, and Equity Research. The Boot Camp is a creation of Dr. Randall Woolridge, Professor of Finance, and Robin Stevens, Director of Alumni Career Services. The program has proved successful in giving students a picture of the commitment and dedication required to succeed on Wall Street, while providing a platform to use the extensive Penn State alumni network.
Boot Camp Benefits
Ryan Elantri was a participant in the Wall Street Boot Camp, a training program that equips students with industry knowledge of the financial services sector. As part of the program, members of the Nittany Lion Fund evaluated Ryan on his knowledge of the industry. At the conclusion of the semester, students compete for the coveted networking list that will help them forge valuable professional connections. Ryan Elantri is a member of the Penn State Finance Society (PSFS), which seeks to expose students to the various fields in the financial services industry by providing them with a platform to interact with industry professionals, faculty members and Penn State alumni. PSFS organizes numerous professional development, networking, and social events for its members. The organization is open to all majors who have an interest in finance.
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