We are always looking for outstanding professionals to join our team.

Congressional Bank maintains a high standard of excellence for its employees through unparalleled service, outstanding teamwork, entrepreneurial solutions, and an ambitious drive for continuous development. In return, our employees earn great rewards, professional development training, mentoring, and the honor of being a part of a strong, stable and growing financial institution. Ideal candidates for our team are relentless in their pursuit of getting the best possible results, take great pride in everything they do, and maintain superior levels of subject matter expertise and business acumen. Our commitment to finding creative and personalized financial solutions for our clients lets them know we care, and is the cornerstone for how we do business.

Annual Summer Internship Program

Congressional Bank is dedicated to helping students learn about the financial services industry through our 12-week Summer Internship Program. As a Congressional Bank intern, you will join a team of experienced professionals, taking part in assignments and responsibilities that make a real impact in our business and our community. Relevant business skills will be developed through a comprehensive program specially designed to support your long-term career objectives. Being part of Congressional Bank means access to key executives, participation in applicable networking events, and hands-on experience in the areas of finance, accounting, and operations. Undergraduates of accredited four-year institutions are welcome into our Analyst internship program. If obtaining a graduate-level degree, please consider our advanced Associate internship program as well.

For more information, please contact our Human Resources department at

Congressional Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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