So…you’re up for a challenge. Eager to tackle complex problems. Entrepreneurially minded. Driven to make a difference. Open to learning from preeminent business leaders. Prepared to offer clarity in an ever-changing world. Searching for a stepping-stone to a bright future. Above all, if you have confidence in yourself and your abilities, we’re confident you have the potential to succeed at Deloitte Consulting LLP (“Deloitte Consulting”).
We invite you to apply to the Deloitte Consulting Immersion Program (DCIP) Summit, a premier event for the incoming MBA/Master’s class of 2022.
Learn about key consulting skills and evaluate the depth, breadth, and quality of opportunities at Deloitte Consulting. This three day conference is designed to help you during business school and the internship recruiting process. You’ll also be introduced to industry thought leaders and similarly motivated peers. DCIP provides an early platform to share your ideas and begin building your own broad network of professionals—the people who can help you customize your career and achieve your goals.
The Deloitte Consulting Immersion Program is open to all incoming first-year MBA/Master’s students. Admitted MBA/Master’s students who are female and/or Black or African-American, Hispanic or Latino, American Indian or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, or two or more races are strongly encouraged to apply.
Dates: December 11-12, 2020 and January 8-9, 2021. The summit will take place across two weekends: one weekend in December 2020 and the another weekend in January 2021. Attendees should plan to attend all four days.
Application Deadline: November 1, 2020
Eligible candidates must meet the following qualifications:
- Be a member of the class of 2022 at a full-time US MBA or Master’s program
- Possess 2-5 years work experience, preferably in a large organization
- Have a representative history of superior personal achievement in school and work
- Have strong interpersonal, communication, and team-building skills
- Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future