Interested in Working for Visa? HBCU Connect and Visa Are Hosting A Recruiting Event for HBCU Students, REGISTER NOW!
Posted By: Kennedy Williams on September 17, 2021 |
Visa's New Graduate Development Rotation Program (NGDP) is a two-year program with four six-month rotations through Visa’s functions. The NGDP program supports Visa’s mission to build a strong entry-level pipeline of talent with cross-functional knowledge and experience. Associates rotate through various parts of the business, including but not limited to Digital Solutions, Marketing, Processing, Product, Sales, and Strategy. In addition to meaningful rotations, Associates are given training & development, mentoring, networking, and leadership exposure.
•Currently finishing a Bachelor’s degree program
•Graduate between December 2021 - August 2022
•Permanent authorization to work in the U.S. is a precondition of
employment for this position. Visa will not sponsor applicants for work
visas in connection with this position.
•All majors are welcome to apply
•Exceptional academic achievement
•Excellent analytical abilities, intellectually curiosity, and interest
in finding new ways to do things
•Outstanding verbal and written communication skills
•Professional maturity, strong work ethic, and the ability to be flexible
and adaptable to changing business needs
•Demonstrated leadership capabilities in professional, academic, or
•A global mindset and ability to work in a diverse workplace
Interested in working with Visa?
On Thursday, September 23rd, 2021, Visa and HBCU Connect are partnering to host a special virtual recruiting event for HBCU Students. Make sure to join us if you are interested in learning more about working for Visa as an intern or full-time hire!
The event will be A unique fireside chat with Visa’s ViBE members (Employee Resource Group for Black employees) to learn more about Visa’s inclusive company culture, gain insights on life@Visa and the impact their work has on millions of people around the world, ask questions, and explore career options. Attendees will also be provided follow-up opportunities with recruiters after the event.
To find out more about the New Graduate Development Rotation Program and to register for the recruiting event, click here!
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