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Leadership Development Program

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We identify high-potential employees—people who embrace challenge, are passionate about their work and lead change as well as people—and we give them the tools, experience and resources they need to excel.

The Chrysler Leadership Development (CLD) Program is a highly selective two-year program that develops leaders by incorporating intensive on-the-job learning opportunities with supplemental development and interaction with our global business leaders. You’ll have the guidance and support of Chrysler leadership throughout your experience and opportunities to build on your talents through high-impact assignments. The Program will provide you an accelerated opportunity to learn our business, executive mentor support and an investment to grow your leadership abilities.

To be considered for the Program, you must meet the following requirements:
  • MBA/Master’s degree with a minimum 3.2 GPA
  • 2-6 years of professional business experience
  • Demonstrated leadership experience

You’ll also need to demonstrate keen business acumen, a collaborative spirit and energy to deliver results.

​See the opportunities now available to participate in the Chrysler Leadership Development Program.

See about what you'll learn.

See where you'll work.

Ready to take your career further? Get in and drive.

 

Steven

Finance Leadership Development Program

 

  • Q: What was your Chrysler internship like?
    A: It was intense—and I mean that in the best way. I was given real responsibility right away. I was impressed by how much contact I had with people throughout the company and the freedom I was given to own my projects. I worked on a very diverse collection of projects with levels of management that interns in other companies typically would have little access to. I’d recommend the experience to anyone.
  • Q: How would you describe Chrysler’s work culture?
  • Q: What made you choose a Chrysler career?
  • Q: Which Chrysler-made car excites you?