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The 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. The AHL Fellowship Program is committed to providing early exposure and professional development opportunities to participants.
The Fellowship 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 JPMorgan Chase firmwide function tracks:
- Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
- Asset & Wealth Management
- Commercial Banking
- Community & Consumer Banking
- Corporate, Consumer & General Management
- Corporate & Investment Banking
- Software Engineering
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 peoples’ lives, the firm and our industry.
Successful completion of the Fellowship Program can lead to an offer for one of JPMC’s summer internships the following year.
“I valued this experience so much…I have grown in confidence when it comes to communicating with a team, networking, and being myself in a professional environment.”
Alvaro Borrego (AHL)
Corporate & Investment Banking, Northeastern University
"I learned more than I ever expected. The AHL Fellowship Program gave me a firsthand understanding of how banks help their clients reach their goals and overcome obstacles. The format of the internship is extremely valuable to a student. I enjoyed experiencing the teamwork and cooperation atmosphere I saw within the groups I was working with. It was especially apparent how junior members of the teams were supported by their managers and colleagues."
Genolivia Johnson (AHL)
Commercial Bank, Rutgers University-Newark
“The AHL program gave me the opportunity to discover my strengths as a professional while allowing me the opportunity to discover the wonderful opportunities available at JPMC.”
Daniel Sandoval (AHL)
Corporate, Consumer & General Management, George Washington University