Internships and Early Career Opportunities
As a college student looking forward to graduation, you know there’s a lot to learn beyond the classroom — more knowledge, new skills, bigger ways to make a positive impact. At Fannie Mae, you can keep learning while working to make housing more affordable and equitable across the U.S.
Our competitive internship program and full-time, entry-level positions are designed to support your career development and provide a foundation for success. We provide the resources you need to do your best work — at one of our offices, at home, or a mix of the two — and thrive in your personal life, too.
In other words, we’re a pretty great place to work.
Looking for an internship?
Rising college seniors can join our 10-week, paid summer internship program, where you can contribute to meaningful work with supportive colleagues in a Fortune 500 company.
Focusing on technology, finance, analytics, or business, you’ll gain practical experience as a professional in the workforce.
Our internship program could lead to full-time employment at Fannie Mae after graduation.
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Full-time opportunities for graduates
We’re looking for top talent — curious, motivated, tech-savvy achievers who are eager to make an impact. If you want to use your unique interests and skills to help solve big issues in housing, you can find your fit as a full-time employee at Fannie Mae.
You’ll benefit from specialized training and First Year Forward, a 12-month development program that immerses you in our culture and expands your knowledge of Fannie Mae and the housing industry.
Supercharge your skills with our technical associate program. Our training program covers the full stack — front-end and back-end development, SDET automation, DevSecOps, cloud, and security. Work with emerging technologies and training tools that set you up to qualify for technical roles across the business.
Analytics & Modeling
Our analytics associate program teaches you how data informs everything we do at Fannie Mae — from underwriting and pricing to loss mitigation and risk management — and immerses you in the business tools, data platforms, and processing languages you’ll use every day.
Spend time with the multiple teams of our Finance division through our rotational program, which covers financial reporting, planning, and analytics as well as economic and strategic research. With experience in a variety of areas , you’ll gain valuable skills and insight into the direction you want to take your career.
Apply and sharpen your business knowledge in our Enterprise, Single-Family, or Multifamily departments. Team up with experienced business pros to help improve our processes and performance. Plus, get real-world training and polish your communication, collaboration, and operational skills.
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