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Deloitte’s Training Enabling Areas Campus Hires Program 

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About the TEACH Program

The Future of Work requires adaptable, ambitious, and multitalented professionals. The Training Enabling Areas Campus Hires (TEACH) program allows recent college graduates to experience a wide array of positions at Deloitte to determine where they fit best. And along the way, each rotation offers a valuable skill set to help keep up with an ever-changing workplace.

Throughout the program, TEACH analysts have opportunities to collaborate across businesses and network with professionals across the organization while gaining a broader understanding of Deloitte, our businesses, and our government and public sector industry.

How does it work? TEACH analysts join a cohort of like-minded individuals, complete an orientation, and begin their journey with an assigned first rotation that both provides foundational insight into the business and affords them the opportunity to assimilate to professional life at Deloitte. This foundational year is followed by three 9-month rotations that are chosen by the analyst, with adherence to business needs.

What we're looking for

We are looking for candidates who:

  • Are currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in one of the following disciplines: Business, Mathematics, Economics, Intelligence Analysis, Government and Public Policy, Political Science, International Relations, Supply Chain Management, Psychology, or other related fields
  • Have excellent proficiency in Microsoft Office (Including Excel and PowerPoint skills)
  • Are legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship now or at any time in the future (required)
  • Able to travel up to 10%, dependent on role and location (While 10% of travel is a requirement of the role, due to COVID-19, non-essential travel has been suspended until further notice)

Preferred skills

  • Strong academic track record (minimum 3.0 GPA)
  • Self-starter and demonstrated ability to be a team player who works effectively in a cross-functional, dynamic, and at times, virtual environment
  • Demonstrated strong analytical, project management, and organizational skills
  • In-depth critical thinking abilities, including issue identification and resolution tracking
  • Strong commitment to integrity and confidentiality
  • Detail-orientated with the ability to plan, prioritize, and make decisions on multiple time-sensitive projects
  • Excellent communication skills (both oral and written)
  • Ability to obtain US Security Clearance

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Contact us

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