Pioneer Internship Program (Intern) Summer 2017 - University of Wisconsin- Madison

If you’re looking to gain first-hand exposure to the professional services industry, learn new business skills and deepen your knowledge of your field of interest, Deloitte’s Pioneer Internship may be a great fit for you. During this six-week long experience, you’ll have the opportunity to foster business relationships with Deloitte professionals and acquire soft skills that can help you succeed in the modern workplace and global marketplace.

Work you’ll do

As a Pioneer intern, you’ll gain business experience through hands-on learning and projects. During the internship, you’ll have the opportunity to build foundational knowledge, learn to articulate your ideas clearly, and develop strong relationships through training, mentorship, and ongoing feedback.

How you’ll grow

Our Pioneer Program’s immersive workshops and networking opportunities provide a view into the technical skills, professional behaviors, standards, and mindsets to help you succeed as a business professional. Guided by coaches and mentors who can help you to learn more about Deloitte and opportunities, you’ll gain real-world experience working on meaningful projects. Beyond this exposure to real life projects, the program also delivers a variety of national and local learning and networking events. Our regularly scheduled learning and networking opportunities are designed to help you develop technical and leadership skills and assist in building your professional network. Learn more about the Pioneer Internship.

Qualifications

  • Pursing a Bachelor degree in accounting, technology or related field (freshman standing)
  • Strong academic credentials (minimum GPA of 3.3)
  • Demonstrated problem solving skills
  • Effective interpersonal and communication skills; adaptive to change, creativity & self-confidence; leadership qualities; team-oriented and collaborative

Who you’ll meet

During the internship program, you’ll meet and work with many talented Deloitte professionals whom work in various areas of business. You will also have an opportunity to spend one week working side by side with professionals from practice areas such as, Audit, Tax, and Advisory.

Deloitte’s culture

We take pride in our culture and celebrate individuals by recognizing their uniqueness. As a commitment to our people, we offer well-being programs and provide our professionals opportunities for support and flexibility to make daily choices that can help them to be healthy, centered, confident, and aware. This supportive culture helps enable our people to do their best work every day. Learn more about Life at Deloitte.

Corporate citizenship

Deloitte is led by a purpose: to make an impact that matters. This purpose defines who we are and extends to relationships with our clients, our people and our communities. We drive impact through our signature national programs: education and veterans, and through pro bono and other key programs such as board service opportunities and Impact Day. Learn more about Deloitte’s impact on the world.

Recruiter tips

We want job seekers exploring opportunities at Deloitte to feel prepared and confident. To help you with your interview, we suggest that you do your research: know some background about the organization and the business area you’re applying to. We also suggest that you brush up on your interviewing skills and practice discussing your experience and job history with a family member, friend, or mentor. Check out recruiting tips from Deloitte professionals.

Requisition code: S17MADSI18JUNMR-EA


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