Summer Internship - Diversity and Inclusion

Internship Chicago, Illinois

Summer Internship – Diversity and Inclusion

An internship with The Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago is not like your average internship. We can offer you a dynamic, collaborative, and team-focused environment you won’t find anywhere else.  You will be engaged in projects that will provide you with real world, hands-on experience in the exciting world of financial services.  We are currently seeking a summer intern(s) to work in our Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI), which supports and leads bank-wide diversity and inclusion (D&I) initiatives.  Successful individuals should be following an academic track in Computer Science, Business, Finance or Sociology, and have some experience or interest in the fields of diversity, inclusion, sociology or related topics.

Who are we you ask? We are a federally chartered corporation and one of 11 Federal Home Loan Banks (FHLBanks) that, with the Office of Finance, comprise the Federal Home Loan Bank System.  The FHLBanks were chartered by Congress under the Federal Home Loan Bank Act of 1932 to improve the availability of funds to support home ownership.  Each FHLBank is cooperatively owned by member financial institutions in its district and operated as a separate entity with its own management, employees, and board of directors.  Our district consists of the states of Illinois and Wisconsin. We are regulated by the Federal Housing Finance Agency, an independent federal agency.

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion Summer Internship will involve the following:

  • Work directly for the Co-Director, ODI and SVP, Mortgage Capital markets on various projects as assigned
  • Provide support for ODI weekly meetings and periodic Board presentations, and other projects that support Bank-wide D&I goals
  • Help develop analytical reports and compliance reports based on regulatory needs
  • Help to advance the corporate D&I strategy across the organization 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Applicants should be enrolled in a undergraduate program at an accredited institution
  • Applicants should have a GPA of at least 3.0 and be in good academic standing; transcripts will be requested
  • Desired fields of study include: Liberal Arts, Business, Finance, Public Policy, Sociology, or Related Fields
  • Working knowledge of or strong interest in Finance and/or Banking industries
  • Fluency in Excel and/or Access is required
  • Internships will start June 2020; the start/end date may be flexible based on school schedule.