Where You Fit at USAA

We offer a big stage and many roles to consider.

With over 27,000 employees and careers in virtually every discipline you can imagine, USAA has many opportunities to offer new graduates and students seeking internships. The key qualification is an identification with our mission – to help the military community by providing exceptional financial services – and the desire to help fulfil that goal no matter where you sit in our organization. Typically, our university recruits join us in one of these areas:

Customer Service & Sales

These roles focus on our core mission of serving our members. Based in a call center environment, you will interact directly with members, build valuable relationships and assist them with their financial needs. Roles may involve banking, claims and financial planning. Learn more.

Corporate Careers

We offer a wide variety of positions in many areas across USAA, including actuary, audit, change management, compliance, corporate finance, credit risk, digital, general counsel, human resources, marketing operations, procurement, program management, project management, risk management, supply chain and underwriting.

Information Technology

Help us bring innovative technical solutions to the financial services industry. You’ll work with the team that led the way in remote banking and mobile deposit services, in a highly collaborative setting where it’s all about solving business challenges and driving technology forward. Learn more.

Search jobs at USAA.

What We Look For

We evaluate students and graduates based on three main areas, which help us get a feel for your background, career-specific knowledge and leadership skills:

  • Education, including relevant coursework and your GPA
  • Work experience, such as prior internships and employment history
  • Extracurricular activities, including student organizations and volunteering

Candidates can come from a wide variety of majors, including accounting, actuarial science, applied math, computer engineering, computer science, economics, finance, electrical engineering, financial planning, general business/management, graphic design, human resources, industrial engineering, insurance, juris doctorate, liberal arts, management information systems, mathematics, MBA, project management, risk management, statistics and supply chain management.