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Meet Fisher Investments’ University Recruiting Team!

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    Tamara B.

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If you’re a college student who’s interested in launching an exciting career, Fisher Investments’ University Recruiting Team is a great connection! This team has partnerships with more than 30 universities globally. They participate in college career fairs and host more than 175 in-person and virtual events each semester including professional development presentations, networking events, diversity and inclusion panels, and more.

“Our role is connecting college students with opportunities, serving as a resource to students seeking professional development advice, and further educating students on Fisher,” said Early Talent Recruiting Specialist Sarah A. About 30 percent of the firm’s entry-level hiring comes from the University Recruiting Team’s efforts. “We see the value of early talent and want to hire students right out of college,” said Early Talent Recruiting Program Manager Aubrey S. “At Fisher, we promote lifelong careers.”

All majors are welcome at Fisher Investments, and the University Recruiting Team is proof of this. The team comes from a variety of backgrounds, and many started at the firm in entry-level roles. This dedicated group includes a Team Leader, Early Talent Recruiting Specialists, Program Managers, an Analyst, and a University Programs and Engagement Manager who coordinates Fisher’s summer internship program.

We look forward to meeting you at a campus near you!

Sarah A.
Early Talent Recruiting Specialist
– Plano, TX Office
College Major: Communications/Broadcast Journalism, University of South Carolina
First Role at Fisher: Client Service Associate (2019)
Advice for job seekers: Work to improve your strengths, grow your professional network, research diverse companies and fields, and explore opportunities which challenge you.   

Kathryn B.
University Programs and Engagement Manager – Plano, TX Office
College Major: Master’s in Business Administration, Texas Christian University, and Master’s in Counselor Education – University of South Florida
First Role at Fisher: University Programs and Engagement Manager (2021)
Advice for job seekers:
Think less about your major and more about the skills and experiences gained through your academics and apply that to your job search!  

Shayna F.
Early Talent Recruiting Specialist – Tampa, FL Office

College Major: Psychology and Human Resources, Lewis University
First Role at Fisher: Recruiter for Emerging Talent (2021)
Advice for job seekers: Remember that while you may be interviewing with us, we are also interviewing with you. Do your research and come prepared with questions.

Joshua G.
Early Talent Recruiting Program Manager – Camas, WA Office
College Major: Communications, Texas A&M University
First Role at Fisher: Client Service Associate (2016)
Advice for job seekers: Always be your most authentic self through the hiring process. If you feel like you need to paint a different picture of yourself, it might not be a great fit.

Tinsley H.
Early Talent and Recruiting Programs Team Leader – Camas, WA Office
College Major: Political Science, University of North Georgia, and Master’s in Professional Students and Strategic Leadership, Austin Peay State University
First Role at Fisher: Recruitment Marketing Team Leader (2018)
Advice for job seekers: Build connections and make networking part of your everyday life.

Karson J.
Early Talent Recruiting Specialist – Camas WA Office
College Major: Communications, Western Washington University
First Role at Fisher: Account Executive (2021)
Advice for job seekers: Look for new opportunities with an open mind. We all have transferrable skills and core competencies that can translate to various roles and industries.

Amber O.
Early Talent Recruiting Analyst – Tampa, FL Office

College Major: Sport and Recreation Management, Temple University
First Role at Fisher: Talent Acquisition Coordinator (2021)
Advice for job seekers: Prioritize company culture and values over landing your “dream job”. When you find a culture and value fit, you find your dream workplace, making any job worthwhile!

Aubrey S.
Early Talent Recruiting Program Manager – Plano, TX Office
College Major: Advertising/Public Relations, University of Arkansas
First Role at Fisher: Early Talent Recruiting Specialist (2021)
Advice for job seekers: Be open to opportunities outside of what you’re familiar with! You are so much more capable than you think you are.

At Fisher Investments, employees are set up for long-term success. The firm has open career paths and provides extensive support through mentoring, ongoing training, career development, and dedicated internal talent advising. “We want students and candidates to find their fit,” said Early Talent Recruiting Analyst Amber O. “At Fisher, there are immense opportunities to explore different roles and chart your our own career path.” In fact, Fisher’s CEO began his Fisher career as a Client Service Associate, and many other Fisher leaders began in entry-level roles. Internal mobility is encouraged, and 86% percent of managers are promoted from within the firm (as of 6/30/23).

Fisher Investments is currently hiring for several entry-level roles including Client Service Associate and Account Executive. You can choose to work at our offices in Washington, Texas, or Florida. In addition to a welcoming workplace culture, Fisher is also known for excellent benefits that support employees’ health and well-being throughout their career. If you stop by Fisher’s booth at a university career fair, have your polished resume in hand, and be prepared to make an impression! Introduce yourself, talk about your skills and interests, and ask questions to help you discover which Fisher role may be the best fit for you.