Overview

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How To Apply

Apply online:

Associate Program: https://www.ey.com/en_us/careers/parthenon/join/associate-program 

Consultant Program: https://www.ey.com/en_us/careers/parthenon/join/consultant-program

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Timing

Summer


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Hours

Full-time


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Compensation

Paid


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Academic Level

College Sophomores

About the Program

About the Company

Intern Reviews


  • “EY-Parthenon allows for a good work life balance with many opportunities for interns to network with other individuals in the firm.”
  • “My internship has an ideal balance of giving interns strong work/life balance while also being transparent about what the full-time role hours really look like.”
  • “I wish that more people went into the office, but I definitely value the work-from-home aspect and being able to work with people all over the country/world.”
  • “There was a determined effort to make sure we do not work beyond 40 hours for our internship, making 5 hours of overtime the absolute max. There's an emphasis on work/life balance at this firm that I did not expect, as people are encouraged to take care of themselves when needed. There's also a week-long summer break that is firmwide, which I don't think you can find elsewhere.”

Why Intern Here


Getting Hired Here


  • “Interviews were challenging, but rewarding to work through. The directors and partners I interviewed with continued to push me for qualitative and quantitative insights.”
  • “[They] were very selective and the process was different than other firms because they had a group case and a written case. The cases were easy-medium difficulty.”
  • “EYP does a really good job of picking the best people to interview, and those people are often who you meet in person once the program starts. Most of the friends I made here, I first met during the interview process.”
  • “Group case interview at EY-Parthenon was really a differentiating factor throughout recruiting process.”