Rutgers College’s Road to Wall Street Program

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Road to Wall Street

Steven Saslow is a consultant for the Blackstone Group investment firm in New York City. Steven Saslow has worked with Blackstone since 2002, when he joined the company to develop its first in-house hedge fund. Outside of work, Mr. Saslow mentors business school students at Rutgers College, his alma mater, through the Road to Wall Street program.

Designed to acclimatize future graduates to a Wall Street career, the competitive program pairs students with successful alumni and includes counseling, skills training, networking, and interview preparation.

During the Spring months, Road to Wall Street offers weekly boot camps geared toward readying sophomores for summer internship interviews. The students also take part in a second two-day session, held in the fall. Time with their mentors includes site visits to learn more about what it is like to work on Wall Street.

To be accepted into the program, students must have a minimum 3.3 GPA and prepare a cover letter and resume. Applicants may be pursuing any major, including liberal arts.