Benefits & Professional Development
A career at Fannie Mae provides ongoing learning and development opportunities to foster continuous growth. We also offer competitive benefits to help Fannie Mae employees — and their families — live and work with greater peace of mind. Many offerings are available to eligible employees from day one.
Benefits to Help You Thrive
We offer competitive, life-encompassing benefits and resources designed to help our eligible employees meet their needs and personal goals.
This information is a high-level summary and not all benefits are available to all employees. All benefit plans are subject to change without notice.
Read our No Surprises Act Notice to learn more about rights and protections against surprise medical bills for Fannie Mae medical plan participants.
Own Your Future
At Fannie Mae, we have built a continuous-learning environment that empowers employees at every level to define their own careers. You will receive on-the-job training, mentoring, coaching, and feedback, as well as access to learning and development courses at Fannie Mae University. Personalized online tools will allow you to explore the many options for growth and development. Take charge of your career at Fannie Mae — and help shape the future of the country’s access to safe, affordable housing.
Our Benefits In Action
We offer multiple benefits to support employees caring for children and family members like paid parental leave, family sick leave, back-up childcare, and more.
I invite everyone to learn about the challenges your colleagues face as caregivers. I hope that by sharing my story, I can help those going through similar circumstances understand that they are not alone.
Teams across technology, data, and operations gathered to showcase their impactful work and inspire new, innovative ideas to power our mission.
Fannie Mae has a long tradition of serving our communities and giving back. Our SERVE initiative provides opportunities for employees to volunteer individually or as a part of a team in community projects.
National Homeownership Month is a time to celebrate the benefits of homeownership in America, and what it means to the millions of families and communities across the country.
This past July, my wife gave birth to our third son, Henry. I had the great opportunity to take advantage of one of Fannie Mae's updated benefits, Paid Parental Leave, and I wanted to share my experience.
Stay-at-home orders are proving challenging for everyone — kids, parents, couples, singles — all of us. While others may be appreciative of an unusual amount of time to spend with family, I'm a single mom, so life isn't much different — it's just more intense.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Fannie Mae is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Fannie Mae is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities who are employees or applicants for employment, unless to do so would cause undue hardship to the company. If you need assistance using our online system and/or you need a reasonable accommodation related to the hiring/application process, please complete this form.
RECRUITMENT FRAUD ALERT: Please be aware of recruitment scams that may involve offering fictious job opportunities, requesting personal information, or demanding payments during the recruitment process. All open positions are located on Fannie Mae’s careers site and are based in the United States. Official Fannie Mae email addresses end with @fanniemae.com and Fannie Mae will not use online chats or instant messaging to conduct interviews. Fannie Mae will not ask for a financial commitment from candidates during the recruiting process. Please contact us via e-mail us if you are concerned you have been offered employment with Fannie Mae that might be a scam or contacted for a job by an individual who does not represent or work at Fannie Mae.
California residents, under the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), Fannie Mae is required to inform any California resident who is our job applicant about the categories of “personal information” we collect about you and the purposes for which we will use this information. To read the full notice, please click here.
As required by the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule, information about negotiated rates for in-network providers and historical allowed amounts and billed charges for out-of-network providers for the self-insured portion of Fannie Mae’s medical plan administered by Aetna is available in a machine-readable format.