Looking for an internship where you’ll really make a difference? Apply at U.S. Bank.
What you’ll do
We offer a competitive 12-week paid internship where you’ll work on meaningful projects and effect real change at our company. Our interns get hands-on experience solving business needs and helping in the communities where we live and work. You’ll build your resume while making new connections and sharpening the skills you need to succeed at work. Plus, the work you do will be tailored to your interests. A typical employee spends eight hours a day at work. We think you should spend that time doing something you love – not just earning a paycheck.
Our internship program spans several markets across the country. As a U.S. Bank intern, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with senior executives, get paired with a formal mentor and attend fun events specifically tailored for interns, including a Volunteer Day where you’ll give back to the community. In your day-to-day work, you’ll learn how employees collaborate to serve all our stakeholders.
Your meaningful work experience may even translate into a full-time position in the banking industry upon completion of your internship.
Why U.S. Bank?
Join a team of more than 73,000 employees in 28 states and eight countries, all committed to doing the right thing, making smart changes and collaborating for the good of our customers, communities, and other stakeholders – and especially for the good of one another. But don’t just take our word for it – we’ve been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as a
2017 World's Most Ethical Company® for three years running.
Part of doing the right thing is making sure our employees feel welcome and supported at work, while challenging you to develop personally and professionally. At U.S. Bank, you’ll be empowered
with the tools you need to succeed in your role and grow your career.
We can’t wait to meet you – apply today.
Assess technology needs for U.S. Bank to determine where improvements can be made
Assist in handling needs assessment and cost/benefit analysis to align the technology of the company with business strategy
Work in group and individual environments to expand skills with hands-on assignments or projects addressing business problems
Aid in selection and monitoring of investment products for the Approved List
Learn more about security selection and portfolio management
Gain the ability to manage projects and multiple assignments
Learn waterfall and agile project methodologies
Gather, refine and document requirements of a project
Participate in senior-level discussions concerning platform decisions
Understand and discover the basics of analytical applications such as Morningstar Direct, FactSet content management platforms, TeamSite, EIR, and AEM
onduct research of competitive landscape working with internal partners to obtain requirements, determine potential solutions, create probable design elements, and create recommendations that inform private client group strategy