PEOPLE

Students

Providing resources, education and opportunities for career growth and financial independence

What We’re Doing

JPMorgan Chase is committed to preparing young people for life beyond the classroom. The future of our company, our nation and the world depends on the next generation — and we’re proud to continuously support and invest in their success.

Recruiting the Best and Brightest

More than 1,500 members of the Class of 2020 are joining us as new employees. They’re part of our ongoing recruiting efforts, working directly with schools and organizations to provide graduates from all backgrounds with meaningful career opportunities.

Additionally, every year we welcome 3000+ interns and apprentices, helping them gain on-the-job experience and develop new skills. In 2020, our annual internship program will start virtually and continue through the summer.

32

unique undergraduate and graduate hiring programs are currently running at the firm

55%

of the 2020 internship class identify as Black, Hispanic or Asian

47%

of the 2020 internship class identify as women

35%

of our black 2020 summer interns are from historically black colleges and universities

 

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Helping Teens Find Summer Jobs

Since 2017, we’ve worked with cities around the U.S. to increase the number of young people with access to quality summer work experiences, putting them on a path to greater economic mobility. This is part of a $17 million, five-year commitment to help equip young people with the skills and experiences they need to succeed.

61K

young people have been supported by our investment in summer youth employment programs

24

cities are currently participating in our summer youth employment programs

Preparing Youth for the Future of Work

We’re expanding access to economic opportunities for young people by developing career pathways that lead to higher education, high-value credentials and real-world work experiences connected to well-paying, in-demand jobs.

$150M

has been committed to support young adults for the jobs of today and tomorrow, as part of the Future of Work

20+

cities around the world are benefitting from the program

Making a Difference for Young Men of Color

Since 2010, The Fellowship Initiative has helped prepare young men of color for college and career success. This includes academic, leadership, mentoring, college access and experiential learning opportunities for students in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and New York City.

300

students served since the program’s inception

 

100%

of participants have graduated high school and been accepted into college

350+

JPMorgan Chase employees have served as mentors, coaches, role models, speakers or volunteers

Developing Tech for Social Good

Tech for Social Good innovates for the social sector and lifts up communities around the world through the power of people and technology. Our programs help address the technology skills gap and inspire students to ideate and build tech solutions for nonprofits.

20K

college students are participating in tech ideation events for social good

27K

youth under age 18 are engaged in our STEM education programs

Helping Youth Start their Financial Health Journey

Understanding the basics of money management helps young people make more confident and informed financial choices as they move into adulthood. Through programming — like Chase Chats, community events and partnering with people like Kevin Hart, Serena Williams, Stephen Curry and others — we’re delivering financial health content and learning opportunities specifically geared toward youth. We also offer tools that help with money basics, like how to save, create a budget and understand how credit works. You can learn more at www.chase.com/student.

 

Promoting Diversity and Inclusion Engagement

JPMorgan Chase has a strong commitment to the Historically Black College and Universities (HBCU) community through our dedicated HBCU Recruiting team and our partnerships with organizations like HBCU Connect, Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF). Additionally, through our Advancing Black Pathways (ABP) initiative, we’ve launched a Student Financial Hardship fund for HBCU students, in partnership with TMCF and UNCF. Our ABP initiative has also launched financial literacy training for HBCU students, and pledges to hire 4,000 students over the next 5 years.