U.S. Undergraduate Internship Program

Conning offers a ten week undergraduate summer internship program with its Hartford, CT-based* team that provides an enriching experience through hands-on work experience, community service participation, and meaningful mentoring relationships. Conning interns have opportunities to lead strategic projects that are presented to company leadership at the end of the program.

*Opportunities may be available in other regions, please contact us for additional opportunities.






Conning’s U.S. undergraduate internship program seeks talented and driven business or economics students with an interest in the investment management industry. Rising juniors and seniors with strong analytical, technical and leadership skills, as well as experience with Bloomberg, are preferred. Applicants are encouraged to apply between September-December.

Internships typically occur within the following groups, but opportunities may differ depending on business need each year:

  • Portfolio Management
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Investment Accounting
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Insurance Research
  • Corporate Development
  • Risk Management
  • Information Technology


To view available internships, click here.


Hear from Past Interns Turned Conning Employees

"I found the workplace culture at Conning very supportive and inspiring. As both an intern and full-time employee I gained so much personally and professionally thanks to the support of my colleagues.”

Morgan Peniston, University of Connecticut '20
Associate, Business Development

"In just a year, I learned so much about the insurance and asset management industries. At Conning I was able to take on challenging projects and assignments I wouldn’t imagine being able to do at a larger firm.”

Henry McKenna, University of Connecticut '20
Associate, Portfolio Management

"Conning has been a place for me to grow both personally and professionally. The opportunity to work with people of diverse backgrounds has greatly helped me view the world from a different perspective."

Smayan Daruka, Rochester Institute of Technology '19
Senior Information Security Analyst, Information Technology