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What Will You Make Possible With Your Graduate Degree/MBA?

We invite both Graduate and Master of Business Administration (MBA) students to explore opportunities at Goldman Sachs. Our Summer Associate Program and Full Time Associate positions allow you to collaborate with talented professionals who advise corporate and individual clients, help retail customers with savings and lending products, and benefit local and global communities.

Why Goldman Sachs?

Professional Development

From best in class training sessions that are designed to accelerate your learning to events outside of the office that help you get better acquainted with your peers, our summer associate program fully equips you with the resources and networking needed to succeed full-time.

Thought Leadership

Our leaders are experts in their fields and you have direct access to their insights. You also have exposure to industry thought leaders more broadly.

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Clear Path for Advancement

You have the ability to shape your career path and we encourage you to take ownership of your career trajectory early on. Our Business Principle # 7 states “We offer our people the opportunity to move ahead more rapidly than is possible at most other places.”

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Support for Our People

At Goldman Sachs, we provide you with the support you need to focus on your job, as well as your priorities and interests outside of work. From team sports clubs to expecting parent resources and onsite childcare centers, we aim to make the balancing act a little easier.

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MBA People Profiles

Every day you are doing something different, like helping draft a roadshow document so that a client can raise capital for growth, advising clients on their strategic options in a hostile takeover situation, or advising a company in an acquisition.


Managing Director

Investment Banking, Sao Paulo

An associate in the Investment Banking Division is managing all the pieces—internal, external, upward, downward, with clients and other advisory teams—to get work done.


Managing Director

Investment Banking, San Francisco

It is important that we listen closely to understand our clients’ questions and the basis behind them, and to use our problem-solving skills to find a solution that addresses their needs.


Executive Director/Vice President

Wealth Management, New York

In PWM, as an advisor, you have to build up your business. You have to be creative in the clients that you’re prospecting, and creative in the ways that you’re engaging them. It’s about relationship building, a skill that I really enjoy.


Executive Director/Vice President

Wealth Management, New York

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