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West Monroe Internship Program

311 W Monroe St
14th Floor
Chicago, IL, 60606



West Monroe is dedicated to the professional development of its interns, and provides each individual with a strong support network, career advisory assistance, and other advantages such as dedicated coaches and mentors.

Internship Program Stats


How To Apply

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Undergraduate students complete their application and are prompted to complete a recorded video interview as part of their preliminary screening. Graduate students complete their application and are prompted to complete two pre-employment assessments which take about 25 minutes. Undergraduate and Graduate students who are selected for the next round are invited to complete a virtual 45-minute Skills interview. Those who advance to the final round will complete a virtual Case interview and a Behavioral/Values interview, 45 minutes each. Opportunities can be found at the West Monroe Internship Page



Number Of Interns

101 or more









3.00 - 3.49



6 to 12 weeks

About the Program

West Monroe offers its award-winning 10-week internship program for students who are interested in exploring a career in management and technology consulting. The program is available to students who are business majors as well as those who are studying areas like engineering and design. Available internship positions include product management, mergers and acquisitions, software engineer, and more.

Participants will have the opportunity to work on meaningful, client-facing projects i...

About the Company

West Monroe is a digital services firm that partners with companies in transformative industries to deliver quantifiable value. Digital is in the firm’s DNA, and it seeks to help companies join them in this mindset. West Monroe’s teams blend management consulting, digital design, and product engineering to transition companies to digital operating models.

West Monroe was founded in 2002 and has grown from a startup with four employees to a full-service firm with over 2,200 professiona...

Intern Reviews

  • “The firm culture is amazing! It truly is a place that you can bring your whole self to work, and you won't feel like you're an outsider. There is a strong emphasis towards work/life balance; this is unheard of in consulting. At the end of the day, West Monroe invests in its people to ensure they are the best trained, doing work they find interesting, and do not burn out through overwork. As an intern I was expected to work 40 hours a week. Full time consultants maybe work 45 (more as you become a partner/director and are directly managing client relationships).”
  • “West Monroe has a very good work/life balance. During the day it's a lot of work, but I worked a consistent 40 hours a week, which I really appreciated. There were lots of company social events set up, which were a lot of fun.”
  • “My project managers and coworkers in my practice were very adamant that interns not work over 40 hours a week. Full-time employees definitely work overtime, but they emphasize their hours are flexible and to communicate if you are consistently overworked/stressed. Taking PTO is highly encouraged.”
  • “Everyone is so welcoming. I constantly heard the phrase, ‘life comes first’, and they truly stuck by that. They were more than understanding and were very flexible.”

Getting Hired Here

  • “The entire recruitment process was very quick, and I received an offer very soon after my final interview. The recruiting process is organized and streamlined, and the campus team is great.”
  • “The interview process was thorough but not stressful. I felt I was able to learn a lot about the company through the interview process.”
  • “Interviewers were very welcoming and helpful; didn't feel that the process was as strict as other processes I've been in. 3 Interviews: values, experience/technical, case.”
  • “Brief but thorough interview process. Not terribly difficult, but gave a great sense of company culture. Actually, the interview process was the reason I ended up taking the offer; they gave me an amazing picture of who I was going to work with and how I would feel on a day-to-day basis.”