JPMorgan Freshman Experience and Sophomore Development Fellowship

Bring your ambition. Take the opportunity.

Passion, drive and ambition. How do you turn these qualities into a career? Practice. At JPMorgan Chase we provide our employees with the training and development they need to grow personally and professionally throughout their careers. And this commitment starts early on. We offer programs designed to help top diverse students identify their strengths, build their skills, and ignite their interests.

Qualifications and next steps

These programs are open to Undergraduate students who have a cumulative 3.2 GPA or above, who self-identify as Black, Hispanic or Native American, and expect to graduate in 2020 for the Freshman Experience or 2019 for the Sophomore Development Fellowship. Candidates from all majors who meet the criteria are encouraged to apply today.

Freshman Experience

Big opportunity in the Big Apple

This program will help you discover your individual potential and prepare you for opportunities as you consider your future.
Over the course of two days, you’ll meet with senior leaders, build your network, develop leadership skills and explore the financial services industry. You’ll also participate in workshops and training, and have the support of our leaders every step of the way.
Timing: Two-day sessions hosted at our global headquarters in New York City.

Option 1: April 20 – April 21 2017

Option 2: April 27 – April 28 2017

Sessions will be assigned based on availability and open slots.

Sophomore Development Fellowship

Our investment in your development

This three-month program will expand your knowledge of financial services, sharpen your technical and professional skill sets, and accelerate your career.
As a Fellow, you will experience JPMorgan Chase and learn about our businesses by attending workshops in both our Chicago and New York offices. Through a series of in-person and virtual sessions, you will build your professional skills, develop your financial knowledge and enhance your career readiness.
Timing: June 2017 – August 2017
Students accepted as a Sophomore Fellow will be expected to complete all program components from the live events in Chicago and New York, as well as the virtual projects and assignments.

Your career. Your way.

By Troy Hopkins
Troy Hopkins Director, Undergraduate Career Counseling