Early insight to the consulting career path
Access to an Accenture mentor
Skill development focused learning calls
A dedicated Recruiter for check-ins
A Quarterly Newsletter
One of the reasons I chose to join Accenture was because of the ASEP program. I was able to learn how to prepare for my career through the learning series calls and my mentor was extremely supportive throughout my college experience.
Jessie Aulakh, Santa Clara University, ASEP fellow 2014-2016, Consulting Analyst, San Francisco office
ASEP provided me with the resources and experiences I needed to feel confident in the success of my career.
Brandon Edmonds, Florida A&M University, ASEP fellow 2014-2016, Consulting Analyst, New York office
ASEP is exactly what I was looking for. This program connects you with Accenture employees, helps develop your professional skills, and shapes your personal brand.
Andria Martinez, Rutgers University, ASEP fellow 2014-2015, Consulting Analyst, New York office
Through my summer internship and my ASEP mentor, I got to see a slice of what a life in consulting could look like. This personal experience, along with the guidance from my mentor, helped me determine how I wanted to start my career.
John Bolaji, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ASEP fellow 2014-2015, Consulting Analyst, Chicago office
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Enrolled in an undergraduate degree program with a graduation date between December 2019 and May 2021 (Freshmen and Sophomores ONLY)
2.8 or higher cumulative GPA
Applicants must have work authorization that does not now or in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the United States and with Accenture (i.e., H1-B visa, F-1 visa (OPT), TN visa or any other non-immigrant status).