Paid Internship Opportunities at J.P. Morgan
J.P. Morgan is a leader in the financial services industry worldwide and is a part of JP Morgan Chase & Co. a global financial services firm with assets of over $2 trillion. A leader in asset management, investment banking, private banking, treasury, and securities services along with commercial banking, J.P. Morgan is able to offer top quality assistance and advice to its clients around the globe.
According to Jamie Dimon, J.P. Morgan Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer, their goal "is to be the world’s most trusted and respected financial services institution.”
Summer Undergraduate Opportunities
Interning at J.P. Morgan gives students an opportunity to network with successful professionals in the field, learn about the various areas of the business that best suit your talents and interests, and a chance to get hired as a full-time Analyst once successfully completing a Summer Analyst internship over the summer.
Interns at J.P. Morgan receive the benefit of an organized and well-planned program while working as a Summer Analyst over a summer. There are 34 different internships you can apply for. Each intern is given the opportunity to become involved and receive some experience, knowledge, and skills necessary to do a job.
Summer Analyst positions are available in the following areas:
- Investment Banking
- Sales & Trading
- IB Risk
- Asset Management
- Treasury & Security Services
- JP Morgan & Chase Corporate
- Internships for freshmen and sophomores
According to the JP Morgan & Chase intern program website, you'll need:
- Highly developed critical-thinking, financial and analytical skills
- A natural ability to communicate effectively and synthesize data into clear messages for decision makers
- A demonstrated passion and successful leadership traits guided by the highest standards of integrity
- To be a team player with a track record of delivering results
The opportunity to build a strong professional network is also a valuable aspect of an internship. Interns are invited to special events that provide them with additional opportunities to meet peers, managers, and executives.
J.P.Morgan visits many campuses throughout the year but the formal recruiting process for Summer Analysts usually open and close at the beginning and end of the fall semester, respectively. The process usually ends in February with an internship start date that takes place around June.
J.P. Morgan offers an excellent salary for its interns along with organized events to help each student build a strong network of professionals in the field. Many students who complete a J.P. Morgan internship end up securing a full-time job after graduation.
If you do not end up employed with J.P. Morgan after one of their internships, you will still have received world-class training in your field that can prepare you for work within the industry.
If you are a graduate student pursuing your MBA or Ph.D, you might want to look into the graduate student internships.
Summer Graduate Opportunities
J.P. Morgan has intern programs for graduate students. Most will be accepted into middle management internships that will work to get you ready to manage in different divisions within the company.
Recruitment takes place during January and early February on campuses for various schools around the country. The interviewing process happens almost immediately following the initial meeting that takes place on campus.
Internships are available in many of the same areas as the Undergraduate Summer Analyst Program.
Summer Ph.D. Opportunities
As a Ph.D. intern, your theoretical skills will be challenged and tested in a professional team-oriented group setting. The summer internship program is intensely competitive so it’s important to get your application in early.
PhDs in a variety of disciplines are accepted into the program and many of them come with an economics, mathematics, and computer science background. Even chemistry majors have been accepted into the program. If you possess the right aptitudes and skills you may have a chance to be accepted into the program.
Ph.D. programs include:
- Quantitative Research
- Fixed Income Strategy