Accenture Careers News in the United StatesAs a potential recruit, you may want to find out about the latest news at Accenture - from featured career opportunities to major public announcements and insights into some of the fascinating programs our people are involved in, both inside and outside the company. Or you might just want to hear about the fun and interesting people who could be your new colleagues.
As the 2013-2014 academic year comes to an end, we’d like to congratulate all the students—undergraduate and MBA students alike—who graduated this year. Enjoy this special time as you celebrate your achievement and look forward to the future. We wish you success as you continue to discover how great you can be.
Accenture Named a 2014 Best Place To Work for Recent Grads
Accenture is proud to return to ConnectEDU’s annual Best Places to Work for Recent Grads list. We were recognized for our dynamic and supportive environment in which graduates develop professionally by: working alongside talented colleagues from diverse backgrounds; building business, technology and industry expertise; and delivering high performance solutions to our clients.
Catch up with the New Careers Blog
Next month will bring the last issue of this newsletter, but you can stay in touch via the Careers blog. We’ll continue to update you—in real time—on the work we’re doing, the positions we have open, and the people who help us deliver high performance. Of course, we’ll still offer career tips, case studies and more, so bookmark us now!
Accenture No. 1 on Diversity MBA’s List
We’re recognized for our diverse leadership recruitment efforts.
Accenture Makes Most Valuable Global Brands List
Our brand value grows by almost US$2 billion.
Accenture’s #EcoChallenge returns!
To celebrate World Environment Day, we challenge you to participate in the “Are you a Green Superhero?” game. Get quizzed on our sustainability commitments, performance and offerings, as well as general environmental information. Take Accenture’s #EcoChallenge and test your eco-smarts!
Accenture’s Chief Human Resources Officer, Ellyn Shook, advises college graduates on how to develop their career capital—the skills and experience that will help their careers flourish.