JPMorgan Chase & Co.

JPMorgan Chase & Co. Initiative

Working to support programs targeted at improving the academic success for students of color

In January 2019, JPMorgan Chase made history with the largest corporate donation in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion history in support of a pair of programs targeted at improving the academic success for students of color. The gift toward the Morrill Scholarship Program (MSP) and the Young Scholars Program (YSP) has meant expanded educational opportunities for students and access to a diverse pool of human talent for the corporate investment giant.

As a result of the investment, JPMorgan Chase leaders act as guest speakers in classes, volunteer in community activities and mentor and coach MSP and YSP scholars. In addition, JPMorgan Chase holds events for students at their company locations.

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ODI students awarded summer fellowships at JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Summer break means a crash course in business finance for a quintet of ODI sophomores are among 11 Ohio State students tapped for a special summer fellowship program at JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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ODI graduates blaze a trail at JPMorgan Chase & Co.

As Sam Hodges considered where he might want to work next, a financial firm he knew only from afar growing up just outside New York City—JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPMC)—leaped to the top of the list.

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JPMorgan Chase ODI Liaison

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Alec Koppes is a Senior Associate at JPMorgan Chase & Co working on the Advancing Black Pathways team in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. Prior to this, he was in the Chase Leadership Development Program, a corporate strategy rotational program. Alec is also a proud alum of The Ohio State University, graduating in 2019 with a dual degree in Finance and World Politics.

Alec is a dedicated resource from JPMorgan Chase to Office of Diversity & Inclusion students. Please contact him at alec.koppes@chase.com with any questions relating to JPMC recruiting, student organization engagement, financial literacy resources, or ideas on ways JPMC can engage on campus.

Also, Alec holds weekly office hours on Tuesdays from 12 -1 PM ET during the Autumn semester. Office hours are on the second floor of Hale Hall, room 201 – either email alec.koppes@chase.com to set up a time or just stop in.

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