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2025 Corporate Analyst Development Program – Summer Analyst (Insights Programs)

  • Internship
    Summer Internship
  • Data
    Banking & Finance
  • Chicago
    New York City

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  • You must have a strong academic background, problem-solving skills, adaptability, interpersonal skills, leadership experience, and proficiency in Microsoft Office and data analytics. A GPA of 3.2 or higher is preferred.
  • You will analyze data, manage projects, and improve processes for JP Morgan Chase & Co. through insights driven programs in the Corporate Analyst Development Program.


  • Required qualifications, capabilities, and skills:
  • Pursuing a B.A., B.S., or 5th year M.A. or M.S. with an expected graduation date of December 2025 through June 2026
  • A well-rounded academic background
  • Excellent problem-solving skills and an ability to adapt in ever changing environments
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
  • A strong team player who is proactive, responsive, and can thrive in a fast-paced, collaborative environment
  • Aptitude to digest large amounts of information while using it to develop innovative solutions with strong attention to detail
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office, data analytics, process/flow charting, and other business tools
  • Relevant internship experience and demonstrated leadership in a school or community organization
  • Preferred qualifications, capabilities, and skills:
  • Minimum preferred cumulative GPA of 3.2 on a 4.0 scale


  • Analytics:
  • Participate in projects or tasks that involve data analysis methods driven by business need. Identify connections between business opportunities, challenges, and underlying data.
  • Compile and present analysis back to stakeholders in a concise and effective manner.
  • Project Management:
  • Participate in various phases of a project life cycle.
  • Engage with the right resources and build relationships to meet project goals.
  • Track, analyze, report, and address project issues while identifying, documenting, and vetting potential solutions.
  • Process Improvement:
  • Participate in the development of an initiative, which may include improvements in process, organization, people and/or technology.
  • Collect, consolidate, and organize data to perform analyses, test hypotheses, and size opportunities.
  • Synthesize findings, formulate recommendations, and develop change support materials for improvements.


Who is eligible to apply for the Corporate Analyst Development Program – Summer Analyst (Insights Programs)?

The program is open to undergraduate students, including, without limitation, Black, Hispanic & Latino, and/or Female students, who are interested in exploring career opportunities at JPMorgan Chase. All undergraduate students who are interested in the CADP Insights Program, regardless of background, are welcome to apply.

What can I expect to do during the 9-week internship?

As a Summer Analyst in the program, you will work with colleagues across various lines of business to drive growth, innovation, and strategy, ensure operational effectiveness, manage risk, and maintain our global reputation for excellence. You will gain insight into various phases of key business projects and initiatives across the firm.

What are the core business disciplines I can choose to specialize in during the internship?

The three core business disciplines you can choose from are Analytics, Project Management, and Process Improvement. By working in one of these disciplines, you will gain a broad view of the firm and insights into your aligned line of business.

What happens after successful completion of the 9-week internship?

Upon successful completion of the internship, you may receive an offer of full-time employment for the 2-year program comprised of three 8-month rotations within each of our core business disciplines – Analytics, Project Management, and Process Improvement.

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For over 200 years, JPMorgan Chase & Co has provided innovative financial solutions for consumers, small businesses, corporations, governments and institutions around the world. Today, we're a leading global financial services firm with operations servicing clients in more than 100 countries. Whether we are serving customers, helping small businesses, or putting our skills to work with partners, we strive to identify issues and propose solutions that will propel the future and strengthen both our clients and our communities. © 2017 JPMorgan Chase & Co. JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.


  • Healthcare and Insurance Plans

    Our employees are entitled to a variety of healthcare insurance plans, ranging from medical, dental and vision, to life and accident, disability, before-tax spending accounts, and group legal services.

  • Wellness Programs

    We are committed to providing employees with exceptional care — including arranging wellness screenings and assessment as well as access to health coaches, counseling, and guidance services for our employees.

  • Employee Programs

    Programs offered to eligible employees include parental leave, back-up child care services, flexible work options, matching gifts, discounts on banking services, electronics, arts and entertainment, fitness programs, travel and more.

  • Family Care

    We know how important your family's health is to you so we offer a variety of healthcare packages that cover you and your partner, your children and your parents.

  • Hybrid Working Model

    Dependent on the needs of the business and the nature of the role, JPMorgan Chase offers a hybrid work model for some roles, with at least three days on-site.