Deloitte is a Big Four consulting firm that offers three internship programs designed for students at every stage in their academic career. The Discovery Internship allows freshman and sophomores to explore the various client services at Deloitte. The Internal Services Internship is for sophomores and juniors and focuses on finance, marketing, technology, or another one of Deloitte’s internal groups. Lastly, the Client Service Internship is an intense and exciting program for college juniors and graduate students to gain real professio...
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How To Apply
Applicants should apply for internships directly on the career website.
Students are also strongly encouraged to check with their local university career center to see if there are internships posted to their university career website, and also apply there. Internship applicants should include a resume, a transcript, and their location preferences. If you are selected, you will be contacted either by a Deloitte professional or your placement office regarding next steps and scheduling your campus interview.https://jobs2.deloitte.com/us/en/Student-all-jobs
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About the Program
Deloitte has opportunities that can help you make your impact on the world - through technology, business, finance, human capital, social change, or pure invention. Deloitte helps provide innovative solutions to the complex business problems facing companies in 20 industries, including more than 75 percent of the Fortune 100.
Deloitte offers students a variety of opportunities to get to know the firm. From internships and competitions to community service programs and conferences, Del...
About the Company
Deloitte provides audit, consulting, tax, and advisory services to many of the world’s largest organizations, including nearly 90 percent of the Fortune 500 and more than 7,000 private companies. Deloitte’s client service professionals work across more than 20 industry sectors such as consumer, energy, resources and industrials, government and public services, financial services, life sciences and health care, public sector, and technology, media, and telecommunications.