Accenture offers a 2017 summer internship program in Chicago for highly motivated, first year law students with a disability. The 1L summer internship will run 10 weeks. Interns will be paid a stipend of approximately $6,500.
The summer internship program will provide interns the opportunity to work with attorneys who support the broad reach of Accenture’s businesses. Other features of the program include:
- Participation in training programs presented by Accenture attorneys highlighting different areas of the business and the legal department;
- Pairing with an attorney who will serve as a manager during the program and provide guidance on projects;
- Pairing with a mentor who will serve as an additional advisor on resume review, interviewing, skill development, networking and other individual needs;
- Practice interviews and presentations and shadow attorneys on various projects;
- Opportunities to interview with selected local firms for potential 2L internships.
- Be (or become) a member of the American Bar Association. Register here;
- Be a law student with a disability;
- Be enrolled at an ABA accredited law school and have successfully completed the first year with a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent);
- Be scheduled for graduation in spring 2019 (fulltime students) or spring 2020 (part time students).
The ideal applicant will have financial or business related experience or interest. The internship takes place at Accenture’s Chicago Office – 161 N. Clark Street, Chicago IL 60601. Interns not local to Chicago will be responsible for their own housing and transportation to and from Accenture’s offices.
How to Apply
To apply, submit your cover letter, resume, list of three references, and copy of your transcript to:
Paul Chadha, Accenture LLP, 23rd Floor, 161 N. Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois 60601 ◊◊ Office: (312) 693-0374 ◊◊ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please write “Accenture Internship” in the subject line of all correspondence. All materials must be received by 5:00 p.m. EST on March 6, 2017. Finalists will be selected and notified on or before April 9, 2017.
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