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About ASEP

Enhance your college experience

If you are considering a career in business or technology, the Accenture Student Empowerment Program is an outstanding opportunity for you to enhance your college experience and prepare for the future.

As part of our commitment to developing female and minority students, we are sponsoring the Accenture Student Empowerment Program to help students beginning in their sophomore year realize their potential. Going beyond our formal internships, this program provides additional mentoring and skill development opportunities to help participants build a foundation throughout their college experience that will position them for successful careers after graduation.

The Accenture Student Empowerment Program is a two year program targeted toward female and minority students, sophomores with majors in business, computer science and engineering. In addition to mentoring and networking events, participating students—known as Accenture Fellows—may intern with Accenture for two summers. Fellows who successful complete this program will be eligible to receive a full-time offer with Accenture.

Individuals accepted into the Accenture Student Empowerment Program, will become an Accenture Fellows and receive the following benefits:

  • Early exposure to the business world
  • Opportunity to complete two summer internships (summers before junior and senior years)
  • Hands-on exploration of the consulting career path
  • Opportunities to develop professional network and practice networking skills
  • Inside perspective of what companies are looking for
  • Develop an understanding of how academic and professional careers relate
  • Potential to receive a full-time job offer as a graduating senior
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Program History

Background of the Accenture Student Empowerment Program

At Accenture, our people make the difference in how we deliver high performance, and we have our eye on the future. The growth and development of diverse students is a priority at Accenture. Phenomenal employees create powerful teams that allow us to compete, grow and innovate.

In 2003, Accenture launched an innovative program to help develop diverse student leaders, while helping build a diverse workforce. The Accenture Student Empowerment Program was developed to provide ongoing career development and opportunities to rising student leaders on campuses across the US

The Accenture Student Empowerment Program is comprised of the following four main areas:

  • Mentoring: each fellow is matched with an executive from our consulting workforce
  • Internships: two summer internships as long as fellows continue to meet the Program requirements
  • Development: ongoing workshops covering a variety of topics will be offered via conference calls through the academic year, newsletters, summer internships, etc.
  • Networking: opportunities to build network with a variety of consulting professionals beyond your assigned mentor
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Meet Participants

Meet some Past Accenture Fellows

Learn more about the experience you could have as a participant in the Accenture Student Empowerment Program, by meeting some of our past Accenture Fellows below.

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How to Apply

Apply Now for the Accenture Student Empowerment Program

The application period for the 2014 Accenture Student Empowerment Program is now open. Please note this program is targeted toward:

  • Female and minority students with an expected graduation date between December 2015 and May/June 2016
  • Candidates with strong academic performance at an accredited four-year institution
  • Students with work authorization that does not now or in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the United States

Application deadlines vary by campus. Apply online via the links below AND through your campus career center. Individuals who would like to be considered for a summer internship
opportunity as an Accenture Fellow must submit an application for both the Accenture Student Empowerment Program and an Analyst Intern position. 

Accenture Student Empowerment Program (multiple locations)
Accenture Technology and Systems Integration Analyst Intern (multiple locations)
Accenture Management Consulting Development Program Analyst Intern (multiple locations)

Accenture Federal Services - Student Empowerment Program (Washington, DC)
Accenture Federal Services - Technology and Systems Integration Analyst Intern (Washington, DC)
Accenture Federal Services - Management Consulting Development Program Analyst Intern (Washington, DC)

Candidates selected to move forward in the application process will be contacted directly.


Requirements for continued enrollment

Please note the following requirements for continued enrollment throughout the two-year program:

  • Maintain GPA requirement
  • Fellows must submit transcript following each semester of study
  • Meet performance expectations during summer internships
  • Continued enrollment in an undergraduate program
  • Continued interest in exploring Accenture and the consulting industry
  • Proactively build and develop your relationship with your mentor
Accenture Student Empowerment Program 
The Accenture Student Empowerment Program is a two year program targeted toward female and minority students, sophomores with majors in business, computer science and engineering.
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