Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Santander Bank: Summer Internship

Job Description

Professional Intern - Summer Internship Program 2014


New York;Pennsylvania;Massachusetts;Rhode Island



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Schedule Details/Location

Internship opportunities are located in following areas:
  • Boston, MA
  • New York, NY
  • East Providence, RI
  • Greater Philadelphia area

Job Duties

Santander's Summer Internship program is an opportunity for graduate and undergraduate students to participate in a 12 week supervised practical learning experience.
The program aims to promote the development of the participants through networking and sharing of best practices.  Participants will complete projects that generate advantages for both the intern and the business area they support.   Intern placements are being finalized and could be in one of the following areas.  When applying, applicants should identify their top 3 preferences:
  • Retail Banking
  • Corporate Banking
  • Global Banking and Markets
  • Treasury
  • Risk
  • Compliance and Internal Control
  • Audit
  • Legal
  • Finance
  • HR
  • Operations
  • Marketing and Communications
  • Service Quality
Participants will also be provided with a series of structured activities and support designed to enhance their learning experience, including:
  • Speaker Series
  • Career Guidance
  • Internship Curriculum
  • Community Involvement and Social Networking
  • Assignment of a "buddy"
Intern Candidate Profile:
  • Minimum GPA of 3.5 (international candidates must have achieved a pass mark in all classes and must provide supporting proof)
  • Excellent written and verbal English language skills.
     **International students are required to achieve a passing mark on the TOEFL -  inquire for details**
  • Must submit a 200 word cover letter illustrating what your motivation is to participate in the Santander Summer Internship program and what you will be looking to learn from the program
  • Must be enrolled in a Business or Finance-related, Engineering or Liberal Arts degree program
  • Must have non-graduation status (graduation date must be no earlier than August 2014)
Ability to work 40 hours per week and begin on one of the designated start dates:
  • June 2, 2014
  • June 16, 2014

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