A day in the life of our MBA & master's interns

Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment and are eager to make an impact? U.S. Bank’s MBA- and master's-level internship program is designed to engage high potential talent and prepare future leaders for strategic roles within our organization.

No day is the same at U.S. Bank and your graduate internship position will keep you busy and on your toes. The projects that you drive will be tailored to your interests and will strategically impact change at our company. From professional development sessions and senior leader lunches to virtual presentations and networking sessions, every day is a new experience at U.S. Bank! Are you up for the challenge?

Ready to apply? Enter the keyword "master's" into the Search & Apply form.

Develop as a leader. Sharpen your skills.

Discover what a day may look like during your U.S. Bank internship.

7:30 a.m. Jump on public transportation and listen to a podcast to stay up to date on news impacting the financial industry

8:00 a.m. Maneuver the downtown streets to the office and settle into your desk

8:15 a.m. Get ready for your one-on-one meeting with your manager later in the day

9:00 a.m. Work on your internship deliverables and respond to outstanding emails

10:15 a.m. Lead a WebEx call for your Innovation Project team

11:00 a.m. Take 30-minutes to grab coffee with your mentor

11:30 a.m. Work on your presentation for senior leadership to deliver next week

12:30 p.m. Grab a bite to eat with your co-workers

1:15 p.m. Attend your one-on-one meeting with your manager

2:30 p.m. Jump on a WebEx call for your team's collaboration meeting led by a senior leader

3:00 p.m. Attend a professional development workshop on Executive Presence

4:30 p.m. Wrap up any outstanding tasks for the day

5:00 p.m. Leave the office to head out for an intern social event

See what our graduate interns have to say

Shoubert

Hometown: Orlando, FL

“I was challenged every single day by extremely bright and motivated individuals, who were committed to help me grow professionally by sharing insights over coffee and connecting me directly with key leaders at the bank.”

Kelli

Hometown: Honolulu, HI

“At U.S. Bank I was challenged to actively apply, question, and build upon my academic studies while gaining valuable hands-on experience on critical projects.”

Karla

Hometown: Fort Lauderdale, FL

“U.S. Bank helped me fall in love with a new and vibrant city (Minneapolis) through a variety of planned social activities with my fellow interns!”