At BNY Mellon, the idea behind the Technology Summer Analyst Program (Tech SAP) is to give summer interns the opportunity to see what it’s like to work for a competitive, global, financial services organization. Summer internships range from June to mid-August and are based in Pittsburgh, New York and Jersey City. With technically focused projects specifically chosen both to challenge and provide learning opportunities, the summer interns will have created the starting blocks to their career in technology and will personally discover at BNY Mellon we are #InvestedinOurPeople.
Project opportunities are focused in any of the following disciplines:
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