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A foundation for your career.

If you’re a rising senior majoring in mathematics, engineering, or the sciences, the T. Rowe Price Investment Fellowship can help you develop your expertise.

The fellowship offers a two-year rotation in our investment management organization, from asset allocation and risk management to competitive analysis.

Our fellows have gone on to work in trading, technology, the investment product group, as well as portfolio analysis, performance attribution, and portfolio construction.
Create the groundwork for your future.

As a T. Rowe Price investment fellow, you’ll receive robust training and experience in a variety of areas, including trading analysis, research support, and market intelligence. Along the way, you’ll have two mentors to guide you, including a former fellow who has walked in your shoes.

You’re eligible to apply if you:

  • Are a graduating college senior
  • Have a 3.5 GPA or higher
  • Have a major (or a minimum of 24 credit hours in related courses) in engineering, mathematics, computer science, or the physical sciences
  • Have the right to legally work and remain in the United States (for U.S.-based positions)
See yourself as a
T. Rowe Price
investment fellow?

Here's how to apply.

Step 1

Apply directly. The application window is approximately August – September depending on the needs of the business.

Step 2

Prepare a cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcripts for your application.

Step 3

You may be contacted for an initial phone interview.

Step 4

If you’re a final round candidate, you’ll be invited for an in-person interview at a T. Rowe Price location.

Step 5

Once the process is complete, you’ll learn if you’ve been selected. The program begins in June.

Community Commitment
A passion for giving and serving.

From teaching children good financial habits to donating produce grown in corporate gardens, we believe in giving back. We offer paid time off to volunteer and opportunities to make charitable donations through our Workplace Giving Program, which can be matched by the T. Rowe Price Foundation.