Students and young graduates

Crédit Agricole CIB is present among students and young graduates to introduce them to the Bank's business lines and help initiate their career paths.

Young people are central to our recruitment policy. Our active presence with students and young graduates helps them to find out about professions in banking. We are looking for dynamic, curious and motivated applicants, ideally with initial experience in banking/finance, auditing and consulting. The diversity of our business activities leads us to recruit students and young graduates with varied experience and career paths.

A full 50% of the junior staff we recruit in France are former interns, international corporate volunteers and people on work-study programmes

Meet us 

Every year we take part in over 80 events for students and young graduates in France and internationally. These events are an opportunity for us to meet our future employees.

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   “Because our employees are our best ambassadors, they meet with you at forums and talk to you about their professional activity and background.”

   Axelle Duclos, Head of Recruitment Projects.

 

Internships and work-study programmes

Through empowering assignments, develop your skills and professional experience through contact with our expert teams in an international environment. We recruit interns all year round in our different entities. We also hire people on work-study programmes especially in France.

Every year we take on 800 interns and 180 people on work-study programmes in our businesses.

International corporate volunteers

Take advantage of our international network by becoming an international corporate volunteer at the end of your studies and boost your experience by applying what you have learned in positions of responsibility.

Every year we take on 150 international corporate volunteers at our entities in the United States, Asia and Europe.  

Martine

"The banking world's current context and Crédit Agricole CIB's positioning inspire us to manage talent more than ever."

Martine Boutinet, Head of Human Resources