In support of the Division of Supervision and Regulation’s Firm Oversight section, the year-round intern’s responsibilities will include data gathering of activities related to bank holding companies, commercial banks, and foreign banking organizations. In connection with the data gathering responsibility, the intern, working closely with Board Financial Institution Analysts, will review and analyze data and make recommendations in support of supervisory decisions and/or policy matters.
The intern will participate in special studies and projects relating to financial institution supervision and regulation and will assist section staff in the analysis of existing programs, policies, procedures, and applications and contribute to efforts to revise processes impacting the Federal Reserve’s supervision of domestic and foreign banking organizations.
The intern may assist staff in preparation of charts, tables, and briefing material used by Division management in making presentations at Board/System meetings.
Over the course of the internship, the student will:
– Acclimate to financial institution oversight, focusing on the Federal Reserve unique role in supervision through working on
– Develop and hone research and analytical skills through working on projects that involve topics related to supervised
financial institutions or financial markets.
– Be exposed to process and product development that support LFBO supervision working on projects with section
– Strengthen communication skills through written product, verbal briefings, and presentation that result from various
Qualifications – External
Minimum level of education desired: First year graduate student
Required Skills: Analytical thinking, writing
Preferred Skills: Programming experience
Suggested Majors: Finance, Economics, Business/MBA or a related major.
US Citizenship is required for all Board internships and applicants must be current students, graduating from their program winter 2022 or later. We request a minimum of 15-20 hours per week during the semester and 40 hours per week during the summer. This internship may be a hybrid in-person and remote, depending on the Board’s operating status.
Full vaccination is required as a condition of employment, unless a legally required exception applies. The selected candidate must complete the required background investigation prior to starting in this role. Note: This may impact the amount of time between offer acceptance and a start date. If selected to interview, your recruiter will review the typical timeline and process in more detail.