Morgan Stanley

Placement and duration

• A 10 week Summer Analyst Program beginning in June 

• An intensive hands-on introduction to Human Resources at Morgan Stanley 

• In-depth exposure to a specific Human Resources function, while gaining a broader understanding of the division.

• One week of Firmwide and HR specific training, including exposure to each of our functional areas and to senior management.

• Throughout the summer: various trainings, a speaker series, networking and educational events in order to be fully immersed in Human Resources and the Firm’s culture.

• Opportunities in New York City and Purchase.


• Create reports to provide compensation and headcount analytics information to management.

• Partner with different HR teams to implement programs and initiatives designed to attract, retain and motivate employees.

• Collaborate across the various HR teams to evaluate and reengineer processes to drive greater operational efficiency.

• Support client delivery teams with their business unit partnerships by assisting in employee relations investigations, and fielding client inquiries regarding Firm policies and procedures.

• Obtain a broad understanding of the HR operating model and its departmental interdependencies.

• Present to HR senior management.

Please note the roles and responsibilities of a Summer Analyst vary by group and are not limited to the above.

Qualifications/ Skills/ Requirements

• You are pursuing an undergraduate degree (Junior) with a graduation date between December 2021 and June 2022.

• Minimum GPA of 3.0.

• Excellent leadership, analytical and communication skills.

• Team player who can work in a collaborative environment.

• Attention to detail, ability to exercise sound judgment, and can handle sensitive information with discretion.

• Strong time management and multitasking skills and can handle multiple responsibilities and projects with competing priorities and deadline.

• Problem solving skills and the ability to streamline processes in a fast-paced and dynamic environment.

• Positive, can-do attitude and willingness to get the job done.

• Proactive, motivated, and possess poise and self-confidence.

• Preferred majors: Human Resources Management, Finance, Business Management, Economics, Organizational Development, Industrial Relations, Communications or Psychology.