It’s tailored especially for accounting or related business majors from underrepresented groups in the profession who are two or more years from final graduation.
So you don’t have to wait until you’re a junior or senior to learn what a professional services career is all about. You can start now!
Your customized experience begins right from day one. As you take on a variety of responsibilities, you’ll gain the experience essential to making an informed decision about your career. And you’ll have access to an extensive, structured support network that will guide you every step of the way. You'll work with people who respect your point of view and recognize your contributions.
Our Launch Internship Program takes a step-by-step approach to helping you build the foundation for your career. We’re committed to developing the skills and technical competencies that will contribute most to your professional advancement.
First, you’ll attend training sessions that introduce you to our business, our culture and our advanced technology and tools. You’ll learn more about your role as a Launch intern and focus on developing your skills and competencies.
After your training, you’ll work on projects with a variety of teams to gain insight into the operations of a global organization. You’ll also learn about our different service lines and how they fit in our structure.
Our Launch interns are confident that the program boosts their prospects for career advancement. Rafael, a Launch intern in EY's Los Angeles office, credits his internship experience with giving him the chance to learn about various client service practices as well as allowing him to meet professionals from different fields and levels. He’s particularly impressed with the way the Launch program showcases EY's commitment to putting people first. "It truly makes you believe that you're in an inclusive environment where growth and quality are encouraged."
Throughout your Launch internship, you’ll have a strong support network. We’ll match you with an experienced peer advisor or mentor, who will communicate with you frequently — providing feedback and joining with you in celebrating your achievements.
Eligible applicants are from underrepresented groups in the profession and are accounting and/or related business majors who are two or more years from final graduation. Contact your college placement or career service office to find out when EY is scheduled to interview on your campus. And get the inside scoop on the interview process and tips for success at Interview Insider.