FDIC scholars program (Summer 2015) – nationwide announcement (Click Here)
Please forward to all interested, qualified applicants. Please read announcement fully prior to applying and follow submission instructions fully. All questions should be directed to the POC on the announcement and NOT the FEB office.
Financial Management Scholars Program – Pathways Internship Student Trainee – deadline to apply is 12/12/14
The FDIC’s Financial Management Scholars Program (FMSP) is a paid internship that may lead to a post-graduation employment offer in the FDIC’s Corporate Employee Program (CEP), a 3-4 year training program leading to professional certification as a commissioned bank examiner or resolutions and receiverships specialist. The FDIC seeks applicants with strong analytical and quantitative skills, knowledge of the basic principles of accounting and finance, the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, the ability to work both independently and in teams, and an interest in public service in 36 locations nationwide.
Scholars will be placed, based on their availability, in one of two sessions scheduled to run from May 18, 2015 – July 31, 2015 or June 15, 2015 – August 28, 2015. Scholars will attend a one-week orientation session in Washington, DC, followed by a nine-week on-the-job training assignment working out of one of the FDIC’s field offices. Scholars will return to Washington, DC during the week of July 27, 2015 to share their experiences and participate in a skills assessment process.
WHO MAY APPLY: United States citizens who are enrolled at least half-time as students in an accredited 4-year college or university who will have completed their junior year in college when they enter the program, with a planned graduation date between December 2015 and December 2016; have a current overall GPA of at least 3.25; are majoring in certain specified fields (see Qualifications Required); and are in good academic standing as determined by their institutions.
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