Accelerated Internship Program

Embark on your professional journey with Capital City Bank: our internship experience

Join us for a transformative experience that propels your career to new heights. Seize the opportunity to define your professional future with the Accelerated Internship Program at Capital City Bank!

What You Need to Know
  • 20 hours per week
  • Paid internship
  • 8 weeks (May-June)

The Process

  1. Join a pre-internship informative Zoom call on February 14, 2025. More information to come. 
  2. Apply to the program.
  3. Interview for an intern position.

Embark on a transformative professional journey with our Accelerated Internship Program. This intensive 8-week paid internship is designed to cultivate emerging talent. You'll gain immersive experience that sets the stage for accelerated career development through mentorship and by working on real-world projects.

Key Features

  • Hands-On Projects — Engage in meaningful projects that bridge the gap between theory and practice, making a tangible impact.
  • Mentorship & Guidance — Benefit from personalized mentorship by industry experts who are committed to fostering your growth.
  • Networking Opportunities — Connect with professionals within our organization as well as across the broader financial industry, opening doors to potential collaborations and future career advancements.

Who Should Apply
This program is ideal for ambitious individuals looking to gain practical experience, expand their professional network and accelerate their growth in a dynamic work environment.

Application Process
To be considered for the Accelerated Internship Program, submit your application by March 1, 2024, for the 2024 summer semester. Qualified candidates will be notified by March 31, 2024, and the 8-week internship will commence on May 13, 2024.

Finance & Accounting Intern Human Resources Intern Technology Support Specialist Intern


Introducing Your Mentors

At Capital City Bank, we have a team of dedicated mentors who are here to support you throughout your internship experience. Led by Aaron Haynes, our internship program coordinator, our mentors include Whitney Nicola, who specializes in Finance and Accounting, and Aaron Williams, an expert in Technology Support. They will guide and mentor you, providing valuable insights and expertise from their respective departments. Get ready to learn, grow, and excel under their guidance.

Aaron, a coffee aficionado and challenge-seeker, boasts 23 years of experience across Financial, Construction Management, and Civil Engineering sectors. Currently a HR Recruiter at Capital City Bank, he's also a two-time Rotary International Club President and Conference Chair for the NCF Society for HR Management. A volunteer with Food4Kids and a graduate of the Florida School of Banking, his expertise ranges from talent recruitment to client experience. A strategic leader, Aaron mentors the next generation and balances family life with five kids and a granddaughter. A hiking enthusiast and 2022 Argyle Speaker Award recipient, he's now exploring keynote speaking opportunities.

Whitney, a dedicated bank controller at Capital City Bank and Tallahassee native, brings a wealth of expertise in GAAP accounting, Sarbanes Oxley, financial reporting, and compliance. She ensures accuracy and transparency in financial operations, backed by her bachelor's degree in accounting and finance, a master's degree in accounting from the Florida State University College of Business, and certifications as a Certified Public Accountant in both Florida and Georgia. Beyond Whitney’s professional commitments, she actively volunteers with organizations like the Junior League of Tallahassee and is an engaged member of City Church.

With a decade of banking industry experience and a 20-year career spanning diverse sectors, Aaron brings extensive knowledge to his role as technology services and support manager at Capital City Bank, particularly in information technology. His roles have encompassed server administration, network engineering, software development, enterprise data and security consultancy, and leadership positions such as vice president of information technology and chief technology officer. In addition to his professional accomplishments, Aaron is deeply committed to community engagement, having mentored young engineers and scientists and supported STEM initiatives in his hometown of Mobile, Alabama. He also played a pivotal role in introducing hack-a-thons to nurture programming skills for young adults in the Gulf Coast Area.

Find out if our program is for you by reading our Frequently Asked Questions.
The internship program spans over 8 weeks, offering a comprehensive experience.
Yes, this internship is a paid opportunity designed to provide valuable experience and compensate interns for their contributions.
Eligibility criteria may vary but typically include enrollment in a college/university program within the Capital City Bank footprint. Specific requirements will be outlined in the internship posting.
Interns will engage in various projects and tasks relevant to their field of study, aimed at providing practical experience and contributing to the company's objectives. Specific details will be provided upon acceptance into the program.
The working hours for the internship program are flexible and will vary depending the department needs, but typically following a part-time 20 hour schedule.
Interns will gain hands-on experience, mentorship, networking opportunities, and a deeper understanding of the financial industry. Additionally, there may be opportunities for skill development and training.

Applications are accepted online through our career portal

The nature of the internship (remote/on-site/hybrid) will be specified in the internship posting. Factors like company policy, pandemic-related circumstances, and job responsibilities might influence this decision.

Equal Employment Opportunity