Overview

Introduction

Vanguard is one of the most highly respected and innovative names in finance. It’s the world’s largest mutual fund investor, a leading ETF investor, and a forward-thinking firm that embraces DEI. It’s heavily invested in the training and development of its people. Prior C2C interns praise the "great environment, smart coworkers, challenging work," "good exposure to senior management," and "paid volunteer time off."

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How To Apply

Those who may be interested in opportunities at Vanguard can visit the careers site to explore  offerings for students and recent graduates. From there, you can view the internships page to learn more details about the business and technology internships across three U.S. locations (https://www.vanguardjobs.com/students-and-graduates/internships/).

Once you have clicked on the internship that interests you, you will be able to view the qualifications and job details associated with that role. At the top of the page, there is a button for you to apply. You will be asked to create a job profile to join the Vanguard Talent Community and from there you will complete the application for the internship which includes submission of a resume and past employment information.

https://www.vanguardjobs.com/students-and-recent-graduates/internships/

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Number Of Interns

101 or more

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Featured Rankings

Best Financial Services Internships


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Hours

Full-time


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Min GPA

3.00 - 3.49,3.50 - 3.99


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Duration

6 to 12 weeks

About the Program

Vanguard is committed to doing what’s best for its investors. That means building client value from the inside out. In the College to Corporate Internship Program for Corporate Finance & Accounting, you’ll collaborate alongside a team of premier finance professionals at Vanguard to help strengthen the company’s future. Take a deep dive into an internship role within finance & accounting at a company that’s changing the way people invest-and make it count.

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About the Company

Vanguard was founded in 1975 by John C. Bogle. Vanguard was established as a client-owned mutual fund company, which means it has no outside owners seeking profits. This has afforded the company the opportunity to make decisions based on client feedback and maintain lower investment fees for clients. Vanguard’s client-owned structure is both revolutionary and unique in the industry, and the company is recognized as an industry leader in low-cost investing. Vanguard’s main corporate office is ...