Enjoyed the internship a lot, the company did an amazing job switching to a virtual format, I still felt like i was a part of the firm and learnt a lot in the shorten 5 weeks at JP Morgan. The structure of the program kept me busy with projects and gave me time to network with senior members which was great, everyone I spoke to was welcoming and gave me great advice. The bank had so many great benefits and the fantastic development of their junior employees is one of them so it was a pleasure to be a part of the bank for the 5 weeks.
I really enjoyed the insight because it was clear that J.P.Morgan tried its best to make the most out of it even though the circumstances forced them to make it digitally. I got a really interesting insight into the different divisions which to me was much more useful than just reading descriptions.I also liked to get to know more about what J.P.Morgan has to offer in term of company culture, groups and mich more. The other info sessions were also quite interesting although a lot of the topics we have already covered at university as it was pretty general in somer parts. I did enjoy it though as it was also designed interactively.
I thoroughly enjoyed my internship. I was skeptical as to how the internship would go with regards to it changed to virtual rather than the traditional face-to-face set up that had been conducted in prior years. Nonetheless, the campus recruitment team done an amazing job with the transition, as I feel like I gained the same skills and taken away the same knowledge (perhaps even more) from the virtual internship than I would have from the in person setting.
This program has been the game-changer of my career. Before attending I did not have a finance background and the insight made me discover a path I am now truly passionate about. It has been an incredible opportunity from various perspectives. Content-wise I received training and support on how J.P. Morgan operates and does business. From a career-wise perspective, I developed a better understanding of the divisions operating within J.P. Morgan and I was given a clear overview and real-life experiences from employees and trainers working at the firm. At most of all I enjoyed the personal growth I went through. I was really inspired by the values and culture of J.P. Morgan and the incredible stories of its employee and I am grateful for having received such an amazing chance.
Given the circumstances surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic, I was fearful that the internship would not be as demanding and engaging as the in person internship I had applied for. I was wrong, JP Morgan took incredible steps to make the virtual internship worthwhile, offering us multiple opportunities to engage with staff and senior leaders as well as giving us real tasks that could make a difference to the business. It was a thoroughly rewarding experience that I would recommend to anyone!
I really enjoyed this summer and am very grateful for the experience. I was really pleasantly surprised that the internship was not cancelled as so many of my university course-mates got their internships cancelled and even more surprised at just how well the internship had been moved online. I had a mazing manager and team: even in an online context, networking was actually quite good. Finally, I highly value the opportunity to work for a non-profit since it might be what I would like to go into further in the future. I just hope to one day be there in person.
The internship was a very enjoyable experience. I had a positive experience with everyone I worked with. We were made to feel valued as interns and the Campus Recruitment team put a lot of effort into making sure our internship was both useful and enjoyable. There was a good mix of work activities and also social events run by J.P. Morgan employees. We were also given lots of opportunities to learn about the work environment and culture at J.P. Morgan, and how it would be if we were to receive a graduate offer.
The JP Morgan Spring into Finance spring week was a very enjoyable experience, despite the challenges of COVID 19 making the event virtual. I particularly liked the way in which there were post-event panel sessions with employees from different industry and product groups. However, the level of interaction of employees felt limited at times as it was not possible to directly speak to workers. But given the virtual nature of the event, this was understandable.
I thoroughly enjoyed my experience. At first, I was a little nervous about taking part in a virtual internship but the recruitment team did a really good job of ensuring that we had the right training, enjoyable tasks and that we were able to connect to others despite the distance. I particularly enjoyed the speaker series and interacting with my teammates during the final presentations. My managers were wonderful and very supportive throughout the internship.
The programme was very insightful. It allowed me to discover the different divisions of J.P Morgan in order to make sure that I chose the most appropriate division according to my skills and personality. Moreover, I really enjoyed getting to know the culture of the firm listening to its employees. Finally, receiving training on asset classes, financial indicators and markets equipped me with the knowledge to pursue a career in Investment Banking. In conclusion, I truly enjoyed the insight.
I thoroughly enjoyed my internship and all the challenges we were set. On top of the professional development, of hard and technical skills, there was ample character development with plenty of soft skills learned. The style of the internship allowed us to develop at our own pace and in a supportive environement. It then allowed us to utilise the new skills developed and put them into practice on exciting projects and then presenting our results and findings to higher ups.