CFRM’s practical, hands-on emphasis creates a number of opportunities for partnership activities. We are committed to connecting our students to top talent and valuable industry organizations and opportunities, both inside and outside of the classroom.
Contact us to discuss any of the below partnership opportunities.
Research and Service
CFRM faculty and graduate students are available on a limited basis for research, modeling work, software development, and other activities with an academic component. Instead of working on hypothetical problems and artificial data sets, we can use real-world problems as an educational tool and share those results with you.
Employment and Internships
Our students are available for organized internships and job opportunities.
We participate in a limited number of professional societies and computational finance-related conferences and events each year. Additionally, our student and alumni network reaches hundreds of professionals in quantitative and computational finance who may be interested in relevant activities. If your organization or event would like our support, please contact us to discuss how we can help.
CFRM students overlooking Elliot Bay after an on-site interview session in downtown Seattle.
If you or your company would like to help expand or support our academic mission, we welcome any and all contributions.
Share Your Expertise
If you’re interested in teaching a full-length course, delivering a seminar or short workshop, or volunteering on one of our advisory groups, please let us know!
Sponsor an Event
Financial and promotional support is always welcome for a seminar series, symposium, networking event, or professional training and certification for our students.
Give to CFRM
Our programs are fully self-sustaining, meaning that we receive no budget allocation from UW or other state funds. Apart from donations and sponsored activities, all other activities are directly funded by student fees. Your contributions to student financial aid, operating expenses, or other projects help to expand our offerings without increasing costs for students.