Utilize these tips to help narrow your search
- Browse program and internship opportunities available for undergraduates and MBAs.
- Each program may have a different application process. Read the descriptions carefully and follow the instructions.
- In the job search tool, create a job agent that will alert you when jobs that match your criteria are posted.
- Use keywords in your searches. For instance, “internship,” “summer intern,” “intern,” “undergraduate,” or “MBA” can help deliver more applicable results. Some programs provide recommended keywords to use in your job search as well.
Mark your calendar to stay on top of application dates
- Take note of the application period for the job(s) you are interested in. Many positions are listed for brief periods of time.
- Positions appear in the job search tool during the period of time that applications are accepted.
- Express interest in the programs that interest you.
For MBA and undergraduates
- For full-time: We typically recruit students between September and November to begin working the spring or summer after graduation.
- For summer or internship opportunities: Generally, we recruit in January and February for the upcoming summer.
Know the application process
- Register your profile. This step allows you to save jobs and searches, create and update your information, and apply for jobs. Recruiters will also be able to find your resume when they have open positions.
- Apply for the position. You will receive an email confirmation upon receipt.
- The recruiter or hiring manager will review your profile and will contact you directly if your background matches the needs of the position.
- If Wells Fargo is interviewing on your campus, you should also apply through your Career Center.
Prepare for the interview
Our interview process varies by business group. Your interviews may be:
- On campus
- By telephone
- One-on-one with the hiring manager or recruiter
Those chosen for a second-round interview may be flown to the city of employment for a series of interviews with managers in the line of business.