Through internships, mentoring programs and conferences, many up-and-coming students are involved with Accenture before they even graduate.
Accenture offers paid undergraduate summer internships in various locations around the United States. Interns have first-hand exposure to the roles and responsibilities of an entry-level consultant. They also attend a three-day leadership conference outside of Chicago with other summer interns.
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Accenture’s Student Empowerment Program: A three-year program aimed at diverse sophomores pursuing careers in business and technology. Participants build a relationship with Accenture throughout their campus career, learn about careers in consulting, foster mentoring relationships and get the hands-on internship experience they need to choose a career path.
Accenture Women's Networking Forum: A virtual networking event with Accenture women from across various offices and career levels that helps top female students develop and strengthen their leadership skills, build relationships with Accenture and virtually connect with other outstanding female students in the United States and Canada.
Partnerships: We nurture strong relationships with national minority and women’s organizations, such as the National Society of Black Engineers, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and the Society of Women Engineers. We also have internship recruiting programs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Hispanic Serving Institutions.