RBC Indigenous Student Internship Program 

In our National Indigenous Student Internship Program, you’ll gain firsthand exposure and get a head start in different areas of RBC such as Finance, Sales and Services, IT, Marketing, HR, etc. We provide challenging but rewarding experiences that will help you learn and grow, as well as the opportunity to receive advance full-time employment offers for those who excel in the program.

How it works

  • Internships and co-ops are available across Canada
  • Internships and co-ops are available across Canada and are posted during campus recruitment cycles: summer placements in January/February, fall placements in May/June & winter placements in September/October
  • You will have our dedicated Indigenous recruiters answering all of your application questions:
  • A mentor (your choice of Indigenous or non-Indigenous) will be assigned to you to help you learn and grow
  • You will have the opportunity to connect and network with your fellow students as well as our Royal Eagles employee resource groups through various Indigenous initiatives at RBC and informal meetups

Who is eligible?


Students wishing to apply must be Indigenous/Aboriginal Peoples of Canada (Status Indian, Non-Status Indian, Inuit or Métis) and enrolled in any two year or longer post-secondary program.


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As an Indigenous Summer Intern, I was given the opportunity to contribute to discussions, attend events and build friendships with people across the bank. Madison Best 
​​​​​​​Intern, Banking Advisor – Windsor, ON 
Alexander First Nation 

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I gained an understanding of what finance looks like in practice rather than theory. The projects I worked on were great to supplement the theory that I learned in university, and gave me exposure to real world applications of finance. Mitchell Muscat 
​​​​​​​Intern, Wealth Management – Toronto, ON
Moon River Métis Council

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I found that others were willing to lend a hand. Whether it was related to RBC topics or other types of professional development, I was able to find people that were invested in my growth. Dylan LaRocque
Intern, Investor & Treasury Services

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