The Chase Leadership Development Program

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Chase Leadership Development Program
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A senior technology executive and financial services professional with over two decades of experience, Rao Chalasani has worked for a number of New York firms. Rao Chalasani received an opportunity to kickstart his career shortly after finishing college through an offer by JP Morgan Chase to participate in their Chase Leadership Development Program.

Participants in the program become acquainted with the Chase business and its products and services, while receiving mentorship through a series of rotations that last between 10 weeks and 24 months, depending on full-time or summer position. Throughout the program, participants receive on-the-job experience and engage in a variety of meaningful company projects. Project participation will also enable to them to gain experience in identifying new business opportunities and enhancing frameworks for risk and control.

The Chase Leadership Development Program is offered to college students and graduates with a minimum grade-point average of 3.2 who demonstrate strong leadership, problem-solving, and project management skills. General qualifications also include a commitment towards learning and customer satisfaction. Additionally, applicants must meet the specific requirements of the track they plan to apply for, which includes either enrollment or completion with a corresponding bachelor-level degree program. The program offers three track areas: risk management, analytics, and marketing and product development.