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Aboriginal Peoples

Pursue your Potential - Aboriginal

We strive to represent the communities we serve. The Pursue your Potential Aboriginal program recruits Aboriginal talent to help us better serve their communities with relevant financial services.

Job search assistance:

  • Lets start a discovery discussion about your career at RBC
  • Access our dedicated support should you have questions during your job application process.
  • Receive resume writing and interview coaching if needed
  • We will highlight your candidacy to recruiters and hiring managers

Note that to be eligible for the program, you need to be a North American Indian (Status* or Non-Status), Inuit or Métis.

*Indian as defined in Section 2(1) of the Indian Act


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Register for PYP Aboriginal (opens new window). NOTE: Participation in the Aboriginal Program is voluntary and is complimentary to your job application when you apply to a role(s) at RBC.

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Join our Talent Community (opens new window) to receive job related updates. We encourage you to continue monitoring our career site and apply for posted positions that match your qualifications and interests.

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Learn about other networks and programs we support.

Royal Eagles (Aboriginal Employees)

Once you become an employee, you will have the opportunity to join our Aboriginal Employee Resources Group-Royal Eagles. Royal Eagles is an employee fellowship that provides a support system for RBC employees and acts as a liaison between the bank, its employees and the Aboriginal community.

You can also join our other Employee Resource Groups of your interest where you can network with your peers. Please visit Employee Resource Groups for more information.


Aboriginal Student Awards Program

This program was launched in 1992 to assist Aboriginal students complete post-secondary education and to provide an opportunity for RBC to strengthen its relationship with Aboriginal communities. Recipients are awarded up to $4,000 each academic year for a maximum of four years to use towards tuition, textbooks, supplies and living expenses.

Please visit Aboriginal Student Awards Program for more information.


Aboriginal Student Summer Internship Program (ASIP)

The program was created in 2011 to help Aboriginal post-secondary students explore career opportunities within RBC while they are still a student. In our three-year national summer internship program, you’ll experience the challenges and rewards of working in the financial services industry and gain first hand exposure to a variety of career options. You will get a head start to a full-time career as a financial professional, and we’ll support you as you help to build your community by leveraging the skills you develop at RBC.

Please visit RBC Aboriginal Summer Internship Program for more information.