Bankers Trust, Des Moines, IA

2016 Summer Internship (10 students are selected to participate)
Location: Downtown - Ruan Building
Job #: 00025
Full Time:  May 2016 to Mid-August 2016
Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Grade: 03

Bankers Trust’s Summer Internship Program provides a great opportunity for students to enhance their skills and receive rewarding work experience. Each intern is assigned to a specific division or department related to their area of study. A supervisor will provide guidance and ensure that the intern’s time is focused on substantive work and activities. In addition, each student is given objectives/goals to obtain during the program.

Interns spend some of their time on other activities designed to promote teamwork and enhance professional development. These activities include events such as:

• Interviewing The CEO/President, Board members, and Senior Managers
• Attending Lunch-n-Learns
• Attending Do More In The City Events (Sponsored by The

During the internship, interns will select either a group or individual community service project to participate in during the summer. The purpose of this experience is for the interns to gain an appreciation for the community and to understand the value of volunteerism.

We offer a competitive starting salary for each of the students selected to participate in our program.

Bonus opportunities
Free parking or bus pass

Our program is available to current sophomore and junior undergraduate college students with Accounting, Finance, Management, Information Technology or any other Business-related major.

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