The Student Career Experience Program provides paid employment that is directly related to a student's educational program and career goals. The program provides for a schedule of periods for attendance at an accredited college or university combined with periods of career-related work in FDIC. Opportunities include examining banks, enforcing civil rights and fair credit laws, financial forecasting, IT system development and other professional areas. Participants have the potential for being converted to permanent appointments upon successful completion of the program. Students must work at least 640 hours for the FDIC prior to graduation.
Check with your school's career placement office to find out if FDIC is currently recruiting for opportunities in your area.
Summer Employment opportunities throughout FDIC
Looking for a summer job?
For vacancy information, contact the FDIC personnel office servicing the geographic area where you are interested in working. Competition is keen. Filing deadlines for FDIC summer jobs are generally mid-January through mid-March.