BlackRock is a global investment management corporation. BlackRock provides investment and risk management services to their clients, ranging from endowments to pension funds. Blackrock is also one of the world’s biggest asset management firms and is a prominent technology provider.



Looks For

BlackRock is really focused on hiring people who come from diverse educational and personal backgrounds. They are looking for candidates who are smart and ambitious, and who are able to manage a lot of responsibility.

History of


BlackRock was founded in the year 1998 and, in 1999, began to sell their first proprietary technology, Aladdin. In the same year, BlackRock made its Initial Price Offering on the New York Stock Exchange for $14 a share.


Internship Programs

Full-Time Analyst Program

The Full-Time Analyst Program is a multi-year experiential journey designed to empower and support Analysts in connecting their personal passions and strengths to BlackRock’s mission, principles and purpose. The program begins with an orientation to learn about our purpose, business and strategic priorities – all while gaining insights into the day-to-day life of an Analyst at BlackRock.

Following orientation, Analysts join their team and stay connected with colleagues across the globe through ongoing training and professional development. This program offers Analysts the chance to have a lasting impact on the firm and contribute to our greater collective purpose to help more and more people experience financial well-being.

Summer Analyst Program

BlackRock’s Summer Analyst Program is a 9.5-week internship designed to provide you with an exciting, supportive and fun experience which mirrors life as an Analyst at BlackRock. You’ll have real-world responsibilities during the summer, in addition to participating in professional development, networking and social events.

Find Your Future Forum

Find Your Future Forum is a one-day program for diverse sophomores to learn about BlackRock and our recruitment process. We offer Find Your Future Forum events in New York City, San Francisco and Atlanta.

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Customer Support / Success
Sales / Account Management
Software Engineering
Data Science
Financial Services
Office Locations
Charlotte, NC
New York, NYC
Boston, MA
Chicago, IL
Miami, FL
San Francisco, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Pittsburgh, PA
Washington DC
Philadelphia, PA
Denver, CO
Dallas, TX
Houston, TX
Seattle, WA

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Undergraduate Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors
  • Tuition Assistance
  • Flexible time off
  • Gym discounts  


Interview Process

1. HireVue Interview

In this initial interview, you will be asked 2 questions and will have 3 minutes to prepare for each one. Then you will have 90 seconds to record your response to each question.

2. Assessment (depending on the position you apply for)

Depending on which department you are applying for an internship in, you may have to complete a coding challenge and a numerical reasoning test through Hirevue.

3. A Virtual Interview

In this virtual interview, you will be asked questions that focus on company values, as well as be asked behavioral questions.

4. Final In-person Interview

In this final interview, the questions will focus more on your technical skills and qualifications. You may have to undergo a group exercise or a presentation to demonstrate your cooperation and presentational abilities.