PLEASE NOTE: THE DEADLINE TO APPLY IS JANUARY 17, 2013
Are you a junior in college studying history, literature, biology, political science, mathematics or any other liberal arts subject?
Are you looking for a paid summer internship that could lead to a full-time opportunity after college?
Do you want to spend your summer in Los Angeles, learning through meaningful assignments, training classes, mentorship, and fun social events?
Check out The Associates Program (TAP) Summer Internship at The Capital Group Companies.
What is the TAP summer intern experience?
- 8 - 10 weeks in our Los Angeles offices
- Opportunity to make a meaningful contribution in key business areas, such as:
What happens at the end of the internship?
- Exposure to business leaders and multiple mentors, geared to give you opportunities to learn from associates at all levels in our organization
- Social events with both interns and associates
- A competitive base salary with relocation to and housing stipend in Los Angeles
What are the steps to apply?
- Participants have the opportunity to interview for a position for full-time TAP, a 2-year global rotational program. To learn more, please visit www.capgroup.com/TAP.
- Interns finish the summer with first-hand knowledge of various facets of investment management, the opportunities available within a global organization, a diverse network of business relationships, and real skills that are invaluable in any environment. Hiring Criteria Who is eligible?
- We welcome current juniors from all areas of study, and no previous finance or business knowledge or experience is required. We value strong analytical, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills as well as demonstrated leadership ability, initiative, and flexibility.
Submit the following:
1. A cover letter that answers the following question:
What would you change about your university or college, if you could?
3. Transcript (unofficial copy okay)
The Capital Group Companies, founded in 1931, has built a business being a steady Eddy for its clients. As a rule, the investment firm...