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  • Providence, RI/Cranston, RI locations
  • Four 3-month rotations aligned to six key business divisions including Consumer
    Banking, Commercial Banking, Risk Management, Finance/Accounting, Information
    Technology and Enterprise Project Management
  • A defined curriculum including a combination of technical and soft skill requirements
  • Project assignments (example: planning, fieldwork, wrap-up, and execution of all
    types of audit activities including audits, continuous monitoring of internal controls,
    and issue validation for IA-raised issues)
  • Unique volunteer events, networking events and business competitions that offer
    exposure to our customers, community and executives


  • 3-day Orientation in downtown Boston with all bank-wide Early Career Development Program colleagues
  • Branch and customer site visits (such as the Harpoon Brewery)
  • Dedicated community service activities with your peers
  • Early Career Program development days
    • Several development/training days, where executives in the bank will speak to you 
      about high-level banking operations and offer advice on how to succeed
  • Strategic Challenge – All Early Career colleagues are split into mixed teams and assigned 
    an organizational problem
    • Over the first 3-months of the program, you and your team will schedule calls and 
      meetings to develop a plan to win and solve the problem statement
    • Your team will present to a panel of judges in September and the winning team will 
      be given the opportunity to present to an executive counsel the following month


  • At the end of the year rotation, you will be placed into a role that matches your interests
    and skillset and the need of the business
  • Short-term roles includes staff auditor, and longer-term opportunities include positions
    on the Internal Audit Operations team and the Data Analytics team

The application window for full time positions is currently closed. We will begin accepting applications again in early fall 2019.