Guggenheim is committed to recognizing and appreciating veterans for their service and sacrifice. We continue our commitment to supporting returning men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces through our Guggenheim Invests in Veterans Everyday (GIVE) strategy.
Guggenheim Invests in Veterans Everyday (GIVE)
- Career and Business Development Initiatives
- Employee Engagement Opportunities
- Veterans Service Organizations Collaborations
Veterans Initiative Advisory Committee (VIAC)
Enables our employees to participate in GIVE-related initiatives focused on transitioning veterans
Veterans Transition Assistance Program (VTAP) Internship
Here at Guggenheim, we relish opportunities to solve complex problems through innovative solutions, and we know veterans do as well. We offer a summer internship opportunity for transitioning veterans (Veteran Associates) known as the Veterans Transition Assistance Program (VTAP), which is advised and managed by our Office of Diversity and Inclusion. The aim of the VTAP internship is to provide a select group of Veteran Associates opportunities to: accelerate their career transition by enhancing their skills, gain exposure to working in a corporate environment, and expand their networks.
Veteran Associates are assigned to work in one of our business units during an intensive 10-week paid summer internship. They experience on-the-job training, classroom instruction, networking and volunteer opportunities, and mentorships.
Applying to the VTAP Internship
This unique opportunity is open to transitioning veterans from various military backgrounds currently enrolled as undergraduates or in master’s degree programs. The VTAP internship takes place from June to August of each year. Participating offices primarily include: Boston, Chicago, New York and Santa Monica.
If you have an interest in any of the below areas and meet the qualifications, please submit an application and resume indicating area(s) of interest. Cover letter is optional.
- Brand Marketing and Communications
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Financial Planning and Analysis
- Global Administration
- Human Resources
- Information Technology
- Internal Audit
- Insurance Services
- Tax and Accounting
APPLY TO THE VTAP INTERNSHIP
The application review process begins on January of each year. Interviews are conducted generally in the Spring. If you have any questions regarding the VTAP internship, please contact HRVeteransInitiative@GuggenheimPartners.com
Veterans Transition Assistance Program Summer Internship FAQs
Guggenheim values the wealth of knowledge and unique experience that veterans bring to the workplace. Today’s veterans face a variety of challenges while transitioning from military service to civilian life. Through the Veterans Transition Assistance Program (VTAP) internship, Guggenheim assists transitioning veterans (Veteran Associates) in obtaining many of the skills necessary for a career in the civilian workforce. The aim of the VTAP internship is to ensure that Veteran Associates have the opportunity to utilize and enhance those skills to accelerate their career transition.
VTAP is a 10-week paid summer internship designed to provide Veteran Associates with substantive work experience, knowledge about the industry, and professional development opportunities that will enhance Veterans’ transition into the civilian workforce. In addition to managing the Veteran Associate’s day to day responsibilities, business unit participants will share their career experiences with the Veteran Associate and provide insights into our culture, services, and operations. Business units pair the Veteran Associate with a business unit liaison that assists in providing advice and guidance in the daily operations of the business unit.
The VTAP internship runs for 10 weeks between June and August of each year.
There are five key components to the VTAP internship. They include (1) formal on-boarding and classroom lectures, (2) on-the-job training, (3) mentoring, (4) networking, and (5) volunteer opportunities with veterans service organizations. The Veterans Initiative Advisory Committee, one of our business development resource groups, coordinates the pairing of a Guggenheim mentor with a Veteran Associate.
Transitioning veterans from a broad range of military backgrounds who are currently enrolled as undergraduates or in master’s degree programs are eligible to apply for the VTAP internship.
If you have an interest in applying for the summer VTAP internship, and meet the qualifications, please submit a resume and cover letter indicating areas of interest and desired office location via our Careers site
. The application review process begins on January of each year. Interviews are conducted generally in the Spring.