Creating a diverse and inclusive environment is critical to our success. Here are some of the ways we're making it happen:

Business resource groups

These are groups of employees with similar interests who meet to share ideas, grow professionally, and make contacts throughout the firm. Business Resource Groups are open to all employees of JPMorgan Chase. Today, more than 58,000 employees around the world are members of our groups, including:

  • Access Ability — Building awareness of the capabilities and contributions of employees with disabilities
  • Adelante — Promoting the development of Latino/Hispanic employees
  • ASPIRE — Asians and Pacific Islanders Reaching for Excellence
  • BOLD — Black Organization of Leadership Development
  • PRIDE — Supporting workplace inclusiveness for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees and allies
  • NextGen — Collaborative and supportive forum for early career professionals
  • Sage — An information and development forum offering support to administrative professionals
  • VETS — Voices of Employees That Served, a forum for military veterans, retirees, reservists, National Guard and their supporters
  • WIN — Women's Interactive Network

Some of our diversity events for colleagues

JPMorgan Chase hosts events throughout the year for personal and professional development to increase understanding among people, and as a way to increase networking across our lines of business. Some recent events include:

  • Women's Day in India
  • Global Women's Forum Webcast hosted in New York
  • Black Leadership Forum in Dallas
  • Women of Color leadership series in Ohio
  • PRIDE / Stonewall Leadership Course in London
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration in Chicago
  • Sponsorship of Hispanic art exhibit in Delaware
  • Latino Leadership Forum in New York

Diversity recruiting

Building a great company begins with hiring and training the best people. We actively recruit a diverse slate of candidates at the college and MBA levels with top schools across the globe, including historically black colleges and universities across the U.S.

Many candidates find us through the recruiting events and job fairs we sponsor. You’ll find them listed by region on our Careers page. Some recent events of note:

  • Chairman's reception for graduates of historically black colleges and universities (U.S.)
  • Banking Diversity Fair (U.K.)
  • RFS and Employee Networking Group Job Fair (Dallas)
  • Reaching Out LGBT MBA Student Conference (U.S.)

We also identify highly qualified candidates through our partnerships with a variety of professional associations, including:

  • Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA)
  • Black Data Processing Associates
  • Financial Women’s Association
  • National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering
  • National Association of Asian American Professionals
  • National Association of Black Accountants
  • National Business and Disabilities Council
  • National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  • National Society of Hispanic MBAs
  • National Society for Hispanic Professionals
  • Upwardly Global


Many diverse candidates begin their career at JPMorgan Chase through one of our internship programs, made possible through our relationships with these organizations:

  • Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (in the U.S. and U.K.)
  • UNCF Corporate Scholars Program
  • The Robert A. Toigo Foundation