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JP Morgan Chase & Co 2024 Advancing Hispanics and Latinos Fellowship Program - Corporate Sector - Global Finance & Business Management Analyst Program (GF&BM) Track

New York, NY, USA

Job Type

Fellowship

Workspace

On-Site

About the Role

The Advancing Hispanics and Latinos (AHL) Fellowship Program offers a five-week paid, full-time summer fellowship held in select JPMorgan Chase offices. The AHL Fellowship Program is designed to attract undergraduate sophomore students including, without limitation, Hispanic/Latino students, who are interested in early exposure to financial services careers and is committed to the advancement of individuals from underrepresented groups in this industry. We are looking for dynamic individuals from diverse backgrounds and perspectives to help us grow and position our businesses for the future. All sophomore students who are interested in the Fellowship Program, regardless of background, are welcome to apply.

Participants will be provided with an introduction to financial services and the firm. They will be exposed to our senior leaders and have an opportunity to learn about our businesses, build professional development skills, and gain insight into how their diverse backgrounds and perspectives as financial services professionals might positively impact the future of people’s lives, the firm and our industry.

This opportunity will expose students to careers in financial services and include hands-on experience, mentorship, and a project-based curriculum, designed to help build a pathway to future employment opportunities. Participants in the Fellowship Program are encouraged to apply for the JPMorgan Chase internship programs the following year, and, upon successful completion of the internship, full-time employment with the firm.

The AHL Fellowship Program will consist of one-week of training and orientation onsite at one of our firm’s locations. During this time, fellows will participate in orientation to our firm, our businesses, and gain the technical and practical knowledge needed to be successful during the program. After the induction, fellows will report to the designated location for their specific line of business track.

The function of Global Finance & Business Management is critical to all facets of the business and is dedicated to continually making our business better – strategically, financially and operationally. The Global Finance & Business Management Analyst Program track Fellows will spend a portion of the Program learning about our four key functions: Business Management, Controller, Financial Analysis, and Project Management.

Business Management mitigates business risks and optimizes business performance by driving key initiatives.
Controller ensures the overall integrity and validity of the financial statements and controls over the transaction cycle, performing critical reporting and controls functions.
Financial Analysis coordinates with partners across the firm to provide financial and strategic analysis; creation, oversight and coordination of budgeting and forecasting.
Project Management initiatives drive cross line of business or firm-wide agendas for implementation of new regulations, standards or policies.

Requirements

To be eligible for this program, you must be authorized to work in the U.S.. We do not offer any type of employment-based immigration sponsorship for this program. Likewise, JPMorgan Chase, will not provide any assistance or sign any documentation in support of any other form of immigration sponsorship or benefit including optional practical training (OPT) or curricular practical training (CPT).

Ideal candidates for the program are creative, innovative team players with problem solving, planning and organizational skills who are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion and possess a strong interest in developing professional skills for future opportunities in financial services. Additional criteria include:

  • Sophomore standing (expected graduation date Dec 2025 - June 2026)

  • Preferred minimum cumulative GPA of at least 3.2 on a 4.0 scale

  • Attends college/university in the U.S. (all majors considered) in good standing

  • Demonstrates a significant commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion through, for example, campus activities, community service work, and/or related leadership activity

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