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Your commitment, dedication and leadership skills will serve you well in your career.

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Your success as a Big Ten athlete is important. At Old National, taking your commitment, dedication and leadership skills into the next step of your career is important to us.

That’s why we offer a wide range of programs dedicated to establishing a career, in addition to ongoing career and personal development, including programs focused on leadership, mentoring and skill building. We welcome and value diverse backgrounds, perspectives and talents and strongly believe that an inclusive culture is key for success. We highlight two programs below.

Our internal Impact Networks are team-member-led groups that drive engagement and awareness of diverse backgrounds and experiences, from PRIDE to Women LEAD to ONB Young Professionals and Military Veterans, to name only a few. They forge relationships across our company and play a critical role in our diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) strategy.

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In 2024, we will be among the 1% of U.S. banks with assets exceeding $50 billion, with more than 4,000 team members across our Midwestern footprint. Yet, we maintain the heart, culture, and DNA of the small community bank that we started as. That’s reflected in our strong personal relationships with our clients and communities, and an inclusive work environment that allows our colleagues to be at their best.

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Jobs, Internships and Career Opportunities

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    Old National Bank’s Summer Internship program is designed to apply classroom knowledge to meaningful work experiences in a professional financial services environment. Throughout the program, interns are integrated into an assigned line of business, working closely with team members on assigned projects.

    Internship opportunities may include a focus in Commercial Banking, Corporate Banking, Community Banking, Wealth Management, Investments, Risk Management, Operations, Communications, Marketing, Accounting, HR, IT, or other lines of business. 

    Recruiting and Hiring Timeline: Recruiting typically occurs between September and October with interviews in November and December. The Summer Internship program runs mid-June through mid-August. Open internship roles will be posted on our Careers Page.

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    LEAD Rotational Development Program participants will be part of a 24-month program that will cycle through various targeted functional rotations. The program is designed to help prepare and develop future organizational leaders through accelerated training and rotational assignments that will ensure participant exposure to multiple departments within the line of business through a cross-functional approach. 

    Participants are introduced to the company’s products, services and processes that will foster the skills and knowledge needed in preparation for a successful career in their respective track, while simultaneously making valuable contributions to the organization. LEADs are assigned mentors and receive ongoing learning and development support. Potential placement after successful completion of the program could include a variety of professional roles.

    Tracks include:

    Commercial & Credit Career Track – For recent graduates with Finance, Accounting, or related degrees

    Operations Career Track – For recent graduates with Operations, Process Improvement or Design, or related degrees

    Recruiting and Hiring Timeline: Recruiting typically takes place between September and October with interviews in November and December. The LEAD program starts in late July/early August. Roles will be posted on our Careers Page.

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