Problem solvers. Groundbreakers. Future Makers.
As a college student, we know you are eager to continue learning, develop new skills, and make a difference. At Fannie Mae, you will enter a culture designed to help you start strong and keep growing. From day one, you will be surrounded by talented colleagues as mentors and will be able to access our continuous learning tools to help build your abilities and develop your career.
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Futures are made at Fannie Mae, and our 10-week paid internship program provides you the opportunity to join projects that can enhance your knowledge and sharpen your skills. During the summer, you will work with and learn from talented and motivated colleagues. You will use the latest business trends and technologies to solve real-world housing challenges. Join our summer internship program to do compelling work and help us make affordable housing a reality that future generations can count on.
We are looking for rising university juniors and seniors for internship opportunities in our Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia, and Plano, TX offices.
Fannie Mae’s summer internship program is a path for full-time opportunities upon graduation.
At Fannie Mae, we’re committed to your development as a new professional. You will be welcomed as a valued member of a collaborative team, work on projects with impact, and have opportunities to serve your community. You will also participate in our First Year Forward (FYF) program, which is designed to immerse you in our culture and jumpstart learning opportunities during your first year. FYF includes:
- Professional development and training opportunities.
- Networking and community-building opportunities with colleagues and leadership.
- In-depth learning sessions and resources about the housing industry.
Areas of Opportunity
Discover what it’s like to work in the areas of business and operations analysis, financial reporting, and data management while supporting business management offices and corporate teams.
Leverage industry-leading data to generate actionable insights that drive innovation. You’ll use Open-Source Software and learn statistical processing languages, including SQL, R, Python, and Tableau.
Deepen skills in designing, coding, testing, and supporting software products related to meeting customer requirements. Use formal software methodologies and partner with business areas to develop a comprehensive understanding of how existing applications support the business.
Understand how applications support Fannie Mae’s business while focusing on IT infrastructure components to meet business and technical requirements. Gain a deep understanding of technical mathematical analysis, requirements documentation, and system and risk analysis.
What You’ll Bring
Are you a self-starter with a strong analytical background who loves to find solutions? We’re looking for Future Makers who are curious and tech savvy.
We are seeking applications from students in the following majors: economics, finance, business, computer science/engineering, systems engineering, information technology, analytics, or math/statistics. A strong GPA is preferred, and candidates must have authorization to work in the U.S.
Interested in our roles?
To learn more about our campus opportunities, visit your school’s career site. Don’t see a Fannie Mae posting at your school? Join our Talent Network to receive updates about campus roles.
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