Asset Management Group

Summer Internship Program Details

Program Overview

The Asset Management Group (AMG) Summer Internship offers an interactive curriculum that prepares participants to cultivate relationships with clients and allow exposure to key client facing roles within the Asset Management Group

Two tracks are available: Wealth Management/Hawthorn and Institutional Asset Management.

Wealth Management/Hawthorn 
Wealth Management and Hawthorn are two segments that offer a complete range of solutions and strategies for individuals and families with significant assets. PNC’s Wealth Management and Hawthorn team takes a team approach to servicing clients.

Institutional Asset Management
Institutional Asset Management is responsible for guiding corporations, governments, non-profits and investors to solutions that optimize every step in investing & retirement.

What a Typical Day Looks Like

Day-to-day work includes task-oriented executional items as well as longer term strategic projects.  Work flow will vary based on client and business needs.

Interns must be able to prioritize assignments to meet deadlines and be flexible to adapt as urgent needs arise.

Interns will work closely with internal and external partners and gain a comprehensive understanding of PNC’s Asset Management Group products and services.

Career Opportunities

The AMG Early Career Summer Internship program is a direct pipeline for talent to the AMG Development Program, providing interns with an unparalleled opportunity to learn the business while gaining visibility among the firm's senior leadership.

Upon successful completion of the Summer Internship, interns may be offered an opportunity to join the AMG Early Career Development Program post-graduation.

Learn About the Early Career Development Program »

The program is a dynamic experience which equips participants for various future career opportunities within Asset Management, including:

Wealth Management/Hawthorn Track:

  • Banking Advisor
  • Fiduciary Advisor
  • Investment Advisor
  • Wealth Strategist
  • Client Advisor
  • Relationship Strategist

Institutional Asset Management Track:

  • Institutional Client Advisor
  • Business Development Officer
  • Fixed Income Analyst
  • Equity Analyst
  • Product Specialist

Duration & Location


10

Weeks

 

Various Locations Available:

Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Greater Washington, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin

Desired Skills Include:

  • Superior communication skills, both written and verbal, as well as the ability to develop concise and effective communications tailored to specific audiences
  • Exceptional quantitative skills, including the abilities to analyze data sets and apply financial and analytical theories
  • Results-driven and highly motivated
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision in addition to being proactive
  • Passion for investing and the markets
  • Creativity in problem solving, research capabilities, and attention to detail
  • Comfortable working through ambiguous problems
  • Strong Excel and Power Point skills

Preferred Areas of Study: Business relevant majors (e.g. Finance, Accounting, IT, Economics, Marketing, Math, Statistics, Management, Communications, Business Law, Engineering, Computer Science, Actuarial Sciences)

Desired Skills: Superior communication and qualitative skills, including the ability to analytze data sets and apply financial and analytical theories, results-driven and highly motivated, a passion for investing and the markets. Learn More

Minimum Requirements: Undergraduate student in pursuit of a Bachelor’s Degree from a 4-year school or university, 3.0 GPA

Please check back in fall 2018 for information on submitting your interest.