Today’s financial industry is full of opportunities! You’ll get to experience it first hand with the Sadie Summit.
About the Program
The Sadie Summit is a three-month long experience designed to empower black sophomore women to become leaders in the financial services sector. The program, coordinated by the Sadie Collective and JPMorgan Chase, provides scholars with competitive skills through four key components:
1. Technical Training
2. Professional Development
4. Networking and Recruitment
Each component is carefully crafted to prepare and expose scholars to a career pathway at JPMorgan Chase (JPMC), and beyond. As participants of this enriching Sadie Summit experience, scholars are given the chance to not only envision your professional future, but to also shape it.
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The 2nd Annual Sadie Summit Experience
Join the Sadie Collective in our second annual Sadie Summit in partnership with JP Morgan Chase Bank! This 3-month long program will host 90 Black women from HBCUs, MSIs, Public Universities, and Associate degree programs with an interest in the financial services industry.
January 2023-April 2023
Scholars will have access to the following:
A technical toolkit through a six-hour long virtual Forage course
Two virtual professional development workshops run by the Sadie Collective aimed at preparing you to apply for internships in the financial services sector
Soft skills in areas related to identity, communication, and leadership
Guidance through a virtual forum with Sadie Summit Ambassadors and black professionals at JPMC
Knowledge on the ins and outs of the financial sector from representatives of one of America's largest banks
The In-Person 2nd annual Sadie Summit at JP Morgan Chase Headquarters on March 17, 2023 in New York City
Application support for the JPMC Summer 2024 Internship Program
Identify as a Black women (i.e. having African, African-American, Afro-Latina, Bi-racial/Multiracial, and Caribbean heritage)
Currently, a sophomore student attending either a (1) Historically Black College and University (HBCU), (2) Minority Serving Institution (MSI), (3) Private/Public University or (4) Associate degree program in a Community College
Open to ALL majors
A minimum of 3.2 GPA
Ability to commit three hours per week to the program
Four short essay questions
PDF of unofficial transcript
How to Apply
Our application goes live on November 28, 2022 and closes on December 30, 2022, at 11:59 PM. Scholars will be announced on January 4, 2023.