Client service internships

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Client service internships

Our interns don't sit on the sidelines

They work with client service teams on real business problems. Our internship program is designed to provide undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to experience what it’s like to work in professional services as they take on roles similar to those of a full-time hire.

Internships with Deloitte take many forms. Our interns work as part of a client service team in one of our businesses: Deloitte & Touche LLP, Deloitte Consulting LLP, Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory, or Deloitte Tax LLP

Client work

Throughout the course of the internship, interns are assigned to one or more client projects where they are responsible for a particular part of a client deliverable(s). Through interactions with the project team, interns will receive mentorship and support to help their success on the engagement.

To learn more about the types of project our interns may be exposed to, visit the full-time opportunity information associated with the business you are interested in:

Learning and networking

Beyond exposure to “real life” projects, the program also delivers a variety of national and local learning and networking events.
Many interns receive training prior to joining a client engagement. In addition, throughout the internship there are ongoing learning events such as lunch and learns, industry/service line spotlights, and regularly scheduled training offerings designed to help our interns develop technical and client service skills.  Additional social activities are planned throughout the internship period to provide opportunity to network with Deloitte professionals.

Mentorship and professional development

Each intern is assigned a mentorship team, including a counselor and onboarding advisor, to help offer guidance throughout the experience.  The counselor, typically a manager or senior manager, offers career guidance and feedback throughout the course of the internship.  The onboarding advisor is a peer level “buddy” to help answer questions and offer insight into how to make the most of the internship experience.

Additional mentors, both formal and informal, are often typically identified during the internship.  These mentor relationships typically carry over into the future and offer a great way to stay connected to Deloitte while back at school.

There will be formal goal-setting and evaluation processes throughout the internship. Some interns could receive a full-time offer at the conclusion of the internship program.

Qualifications and selection process

We look for candidates who successfully manage strong academics with extracurricular activities.  We are looking for leaders, and we will help you turn your leadership skills into valued contributions. Qualifications and selection process varies based on the specific business internship program you are applying to.

How to apply

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