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Discovery Intern (Sophomore/Junior) Tax - Summer 2025

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Deloitte

30d ago

  • Internship
    Full-time
    Summer Internship
  • Accounting & Tax
  • Atlanta, +38

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  • You are a college sophomore/junior pursuing a degree in business, accounting, economics, STEM or related field with a minimum GPA of 3.0. You excel academically while juggling extracurricular activities and are comfortable with a hybrid work model. Must be at least 18 years old.
  • You will work on client projects, attend learning and networking events, develop technical skills, and build a professional network while receiving mentorship and guidance throughout the internship.

Requirements

  • Required:
  • College Freshmen, Sophomores or Juniors with definitive plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree in a business, accounting, economics, STEM or related field
  • Strong academic track record (minimum GPA of 3.0)
  • Successfully manage strong academics with extracurricular activities
  • Ability to perform job responsibilities within in a hybrid work model that requires US Tax professionals to co-locate in person 2 – 3 days per week
  • The start date for this position will be in Summer 2025
  • Must be at least 18 years of age at the time of employment
  • Preferred:
  • Strong academic track record (minimum GPA of 3.2)

Responsibilities

  • - Throughout the course of the internship, interns are assigned to one or more client projects where they will receive mentorship and support to help their success on the engagement.
  • - Beyond exposure to “real life” projects, the internship also delivers a variety of national and local learning and networking events.
  • - In addition, throughout the internship there are ongoing learning events such a lunch and learns, industry/service line spotlights, and regularly scheduled training offerings designed to help our interns develop technical and client service skills.
  • - The interns will understand first-hand what a career with Deloitte is like and have the opportunity to build a cross-functional professional network.
  • - Additional social activities are planned throughout the internship period to provide opportunity to network with Deloitte professionals.
  • - Interns are expected to adapt to change, and demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills, creativity, and self-confidence.
  • - Interns must be team-oriented and able to work collaboratively.
  • - Interns are expected to demonstrate leadership qualities and potential.
  • - Each intern is assigned a mentorship team, including a counselor and onboarding advisor, to help offer guidance throughout the course of the internship.
  • - The counselor, typically a manager or senior manager, offers career guidance and feedback.
  • - The onboarding advisor is a peer level “buddy” to help answer questions and offer insight into how to make the most of the internship experience.
  • - Additional mentors, both formal and informal, will be identified during the internship.
  • - These mentor relationships can carry over into the future and offer a great way to stay connected to Deloitte while back at school.
  • - There will be formal goal-setting and evaluation process throughout the internship.
  • - Depending on performance and other factors, Discovery interns may have the opportunity to receive a subsequent internship opportunity at Deloitte.
  • - Freshman or Sophomore interns may have the opportunity to continue in the Discovery program through their sophomore summer.
  • - Sophomore or Junior interns have the opportunity to receive a client service internship offer at the conclusion of the Discovery Internship Experience.

FAQs

Who is eligible for the Deloitte Discovery Internship?

The Deloitte Discovery Internship is open to all eligible freshman, sophomore, and junior students. Students who identify as Black or African-American, Hispanic or Latinx, American Indian or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, or two or more races are encouraged to apply.

What will I gain from participating in the Deloitte Discovery Internship?

As a Discovery Intern at Deloitte, you will get an inside look at what it's really like to work for a professional services organization. You will have the opportunity to gain valuable experience and skills in the tax field, as well as networking opportunities and exposure to real-world projects.

How long is the Deloitte Discovery Internship program?

The Deloitte Discovery Internship program is a summer internship that typically lasts for a few months. It is designed to give students a taste of what it's like to work at Deloitte and in the tax field.

How can I apply for the Deloitte Discovery Internship?

To apply for the Deloitte Discovery Internship, you can visit the Deloitte website or reach out to your university's career services office for more information on the application process. Make sure to highlight any relevant experience and skills in your application.

Will I be paid for the Deloitte Discovery Internship?

Yes, Discovery Interns at Deloitte are typically paid for their internship experience. The exact compensation and benefits may vary depending on the location and specific details of the internship program.

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