Whether you’re a recent graduate or still in school, we have opportunities that can help get you started with a career in financial services. As a student, you can apply to one of our internships or, in some locations, to part-time opportunities. If you have already graduated or will soon, you can apply to one of our development programs or start regular full-time work in an entry-level position. No matter where or how you join us, you’ll have a structured onboarding and the support of your manager and colleagues while learning your job. Wherever you start, you’ll have the chance to make an impact on our company every day.
We offer internship, co-op, dual education or working student opportunities in
multiple offices around the world. Details and requirements are specific to each
location, but programs for students typically will last from two to six months
and are organized in summer or throughout the year.
These positions offer true hands-on experience, giving you a chance to learn
about our industry and our company.
Professional Development Programs
These two-year programs are designed for graduates who want an accelerated career trajectory. Selected participants experience job rotations across the company, with in-depth exposure to multiple business areas and functions, dedicated learning initiatives and activities that foster collaboration. Successful participants are offered managerial roles upon completion. Check our current openings!
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In compliance with Executive Order 11246, Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, and relevant federal regulations, State Street maintains an Affirmative Action Program to ensure equal opportunity is provided in all aspects of employment. Upon request, State Street will make its Affirmative Action Program accessible to employees and applicants during regular business hours. Please submit a written request to Valerie Bennett (VSBennett@StateStreet.com) in State Street’s Global Human Resources department to arrange a time to review the Affirmative Action Program.