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The Advancing Black Pathways Fellowship Program
Want to make an impact in the financial services industry? Let us show you the art of the possible.
We want to identify high-potential, passionate students like you to join us at JPMorgan Chase. The ABP Fellowship Program is a six-week paid, full-time fellowship held during the summer months in select JPMorgan Chase offices for undergraduate sophomores who self-identify as Black. However, all sophomores, regardless of background, who are interested in exploring opportunities at JPMorgan Chase, are welcome to apply. We are looking for individuals from all backgrounds and perspectives to help us grow and position our businesses for the future.
This opportunity will expose students to hands-on experience, mentorship, and a project-based curriculum, designed to help build a pathway to future opportunities. The Fellowship Program is committed to providing early professional development to students from communities underrepresented in the financial industry.
The Program is broken down into two parts: 3 weeks focused on building your general business acumen and learning more about JPMorgan Chase, and a 3-week deep-dive into one of JPMC’s firm-wide function tracks:
- Corporate & Investment Banking
- Commercial Banking
- Asset & Wealth Management
- Software Engineering
- Corporate, Consumer and General Management
- Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
- Community & Consumer Banking
The Advancing Black Pathways Program is a launching point for a career at JPMorgan Chase. This could lead to an offer from one of our campus recruiting after your Junior year, and hopefully a full-time placement for post-college has proven to be a great entry point for our past fellows, and we hope it will be for you too!
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"This program helped me understand where I want to go in my career, gave me a chance to sharpen both my professional and technical skills, and …create a lifelong connection with my other fellows and employees at the firm."
H. Gebremeskel (ABP), SEP
University of the District of Columbia
“Y’all this has been an amazing ride I know that this internship has definitely changed my life for the better and I look forward to being an advocate…”
P. Waweru (ABP)
AWM, University of Dayton