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Development Program

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The RBC Indigenous Peoples Development Program enables recent graduates to develop the skills and network needed to build their professional experience. The program is open to candidates who self-identify as Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit, Métis) peoples of Canada.

Applicants must have graduated within the last two years from an undergraduate program or a minimum of a two year college diploma. 
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The two years with the IPDP has provided me with the skills, network, and fulfillment that I needed to start my career on the right foot. My onboarding experience was above beyond me expectations and from the first day at RBC, I quickly immersed in the vibrant and diverse culture. It was truly special to feel valued for my expertise from day one. The experience of connecting with 3 areas of the bank and an external charity rotation have broadened my views on the social and economic impact that we can make as a financial institution and community partner. The opportunities that the IPDP provided me goes beyond just a job, it has provided me with a future.
Austin Lee
Alumnus, Indigenous Peoples Development Program
Working with an Indigenous non-profit organization is something I will never forget. During my rotation I not only helped my local indigenous youth and community, I had the opportunity to work with, learn about and learn from indigenous cultures all across Canada. In addition to all this I learned valuable work skills that I took back with me to RBC.
Austin Marshall
Alumnus, Indigenous Peoples Development Program
Chanel Stojanovic
The Indigenous People’s Development Program has provided me a wide variety of opportunities to learn and upskill, through both my rotations at RBC as well as in the community. I have had the pleasure to connect with many great mentors who have helped coach me throughout my time with RBC.
Chanel Stojanovic
Alumna, Indigenous Peoples Development Program
The Indigenous Peoples Development Program has allowed me to explore different areas of Personal & Commercial Banking and discover what I am most interested in. Completing four rotations is allowing me to learn new skills, meet new people and achieve my goals. I have had the opportunity to do meaningful work that makes an impact at RBC and at an Indigenous community organization. Two years in the program allows for tremendous growth and development which will have a lasting influence on my future!
Kayla Neveu-Gordon
Associate, Indigenous Peoples Development Program
During my charity rotation I was able to make a positive impact through my work on the social impact team at RBC. My assignment was to complete a research report on how COVID-19 was affecting various groups of people in Canada, which included looking at Indigenous communities. As this research would be used to inform decisions around donations from the RBC Foundation, I feel I made a great impact.
Mitchell Muscat
Alumnus, Indigenous Peoples Development Program
Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity and inclusion has always been a core value for RBC. But more than that, it’s our strength and a key driver of growth and innovation.

RBC not only hires on the basis of merit, but is also strongly committed to Indigenous inclusion. As Canada’s best diversity employer, RBC is committed to building an inclusive workforce and ensuring everyone has the opportunity to pursue their full potential.

Royal Eagles Employee Resource Group

The RBC Royal Eagles are a fellowship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous employees that works to raise awareness and support Indigenous culture throughout RBC. The group helps in connecting the bank, its employees and the Indigenous community.
Royal Eagles Employee Resource Group