A global professional services company with more than 375,000 employees, Accenture provides the technology solutions that help its clients perform at their best. With five distinct businesses—strategy, consulting, digital, technology, and operations—variety in career opportunity is endless and employee experiences are personalized.
At Accenture, you’ll be actively involved in shaping your own career. Whether you’re interested in leadership development, industry experience, or just being able to speak your mind (no matter your level), you’ll be able to find the kind of hands-on support and encouragement you need for professional growth.
“We have this innovative type of feel, and it’s very team-based—working together, trying to solve a problem for our clients,” says Consulting Manager Nahomie Louis. “It’s always going out there, always thinking, always coming up with great ideas on how we can collaborate and provide value to our clients.”
With such responsibility, new employees gain confidence in their abilities, hone their skills and develop their leadership potential right away. Plus, considering Accenture’s vast swath of clients and industries, there’s always fresh and interesting opportunities to pursue.
Continually ranked as one of the most admired companies, Accenture also is heavily involved in improving the way the world works and lives. This often comes in the form of engaging with its local community, such as partnering with organizations like Girls Who Code, inspiring more young women to pursue careers in tech, or sponsoring fun events like the Tribeca Film Festival and the Challenged Athletes race at the NYC Triathlon.
Digital Marketing Consultant Marissa Rodrigues says the spirit of working hard and giving back can be felt throughout the whole community. “The types of personalities that Accenture draws are really innovative, smart, intelligent people who are willing to get their hands dirty and are willing to go above and beyond to meet our clients’ challenges,” she shares.
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Caroline Liu is a freelance writer, graphic designer, and computer programmer studying at Wesleyan University. She is pursuing majors in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Computer Science in order to bridge her passions for tech, design, and social justice. Learn more about Caroline on her website or follow her on Twitter.More from this Author