All minds wanted

Sophomore Edge is a program that seeks to provide training experiences for historically underrepresented segments in the field of financial services, including Black, Hispanic and Native American students. The program will expose talented sophomore students like you to the world of banking and the different career paths through a series of in-person events and virtual sessions.

What we offer

This Early Insight program is designed to help you learn about financial services, understand different internship opportunities and ultimately determine what career path best matches your skills and interests. Starting with a three-day event in Chicago, your development will continue with our virtual community, all designed to equip you with the career advice and guidance you need to successfully secure an internship.



Who we're looking for

Key Skills

We're looking for students with an interest in learning more about financial services, technology and JPMorgan Chase. Sophomore Edge is a program that seeks to provide training experiences for historically under-represented segments in the field of financial services, including Black, Hispanic and Native American students. We are accepting registration forms from students in any major; however, you must have authorization to work in the United States in order to be considered.

Please note Sophomore Edge is one of many Early Insight and recruiting opportunities that we offer at the Firm. If you do not qualify for this particular program, we encourage you to learn more about the other Early Insight programs, as well as internships and general career opportunities JPMorgan Chase & Co. offers for college and university students.

Program perspectives

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Did you know?

Through this program you’ll have access to an online network and learning community.

JPMorgan Chase has long believed in the power of diversity and inclusion. We know that the diversity of our people makes us stronger and better as a company — and as individuals.

Valerie Rainford, Head of Advancing Black Leaders & Diversity Advancement Strategies