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Are you a female student looking to gain an understanding of financial services? Do you want to collaborate with other individuals to understand banking, security operations, enterprise finance, financial crimes and prevention? If you said yes then the Junior Leaders Conference is for you! Details below.
The Junior Leaders Conference is a three-day program designed to increase your understanding of financial services and the various businesses and career paths at Wells Fargo.
A select group of high-performing students from diverse backgrounds will be invited to participate. The conference is designed to be a best-in-class program to pipeline high-potential candidates. Wells Fargo will focus on candidates from diverse backgrounds who are female, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, two or more races, LGBTQ, military veterans or students with disabilities for our junior summer internships.
During the conference, you will develop a deep understanding of Wells Fargo's unique culture and values, which you will experience first-hand in your interactions with our highly-talented team members. You will have the exclusive opportunity to interview with hiring managers for summer internship positions across the Enterprise before our spring 2020 recruiting season commences.
We will continue to involve additional groups across the company to provide more opportunities for top talent at Wells Fargo. Below are the teams that participated in the 2018 program (2019 groups to-be-determined and are subject to change):
The 2019 hiring conferences will be held in:
You will be selected to participate in one of the conferences based on your regional internship placement preference. All travel and meal expenses will be paid by Wells Fargo.
The conference is designed to be a best-in-class program to pipeline high-potential candidates. Wells Fargo will focus on candidates from diverse backgrounds who are female, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, two or more races, LGBTQ, military veterans or students with disabilities for our junior summer internships.
The program is open to juniors pursuing a bachelor's degree in any major with an expected graduation of December 2020 or May-June 2021. You must not already be committed to another 2020 summer internship in order to apply for the forum opportunity.
Step 1: Express interest in applying to the conference through the intent to apply form by July 31, 2019 at 11:59pm Central Time.
Step 2: We will email those who submit an interest form with the formal application instructions in early August 2019. Please note - the intent to apply form is not a formal application, it is only step 1 in the process.
Learn more about the application process
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