PwC provides professional services for companies and corporations, such as risk assurance, legal services, tax advisory, data and analytics, management consulting, financial advisory, and forensic accounting. PricewaterhouseCoopers was once two separate firms and merged in September 1998. Before the firms officially merged, both Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand had gone through several mergers with other firms on their own. Both firms’ history can be traced back to the 19th century. Coopers & Lybrand adopted their name in 1957, with three firms working under the name: Cooper Brothers (UK), Lybrand, Ross Bros & Montgomery (US), and McDonald, Currie, and Co. (Canada). Cooper Brothers were founded in 1854, while Lybrand, Ross Bros & Montgomery was formed in 1898. After both firms joined their practice, Coopers & Lybrand then merged with Deloitte, Haskins, & Sells in 1990.
As an Intern / Trainee, you'll work as part of a team of problem solvers, helping to solve complex business issues from strategy to execution. PwC Professional skills and responsibilities for this management level include but are not limited to:
You’ll gain exposure to PwC’s partners, principals, and staff through various training, networking, and coaching opportunities. You’ll work in teams to share, learn and develop knowledge of PwC and gain insight into the lines of service for an opportunity to complete a client service internship based on academic timing.
The salary for this role ranges from $66,000 to $72,000. They offer a comprehensive, flexible, and competitive benefits program. It provides access to programs that can be tailored to meet the personal health and financial well-being needs of our partners, staff, and their families. It also provides resources and programs to help staff pursue their professional goals and support their personal and family needs.
PwC is a good place for interns and graduates since the company has a supportive environment for continuous learning. If you are applying for an internship, it is guaranteed that you will get the best experience. PwC welcomes interns to participate in leadership and technical training, ‘client experience’ where interns will directly work with PwC partners, principals, and staff. The intern will also get PwC’s leadership development and PwC’s shadow experience, where the intern will get first-hand experience to manage a large management team, just like a partner or principal. While going through your internship, you will get the opportunity to build your networks.
The work we do requires personal commitment and endurance. And this is why we take care of ourselves as well as others in the team – it’s all made possible by having a good team atmosphere, fun at work, tasks bearing real responsibility together with flexibility on both sides, and mutual respect for one another. So to make sure that you’re ready to face the challenges of the working day, we also offer you the chance to get away from things and recharge your batteries.
PwC is made up of 55,000 people of different races, ethnicities, genders, backgrounds, religions, and beliefs. But together, we’re one firm united by purpose and values. We continue to build a culture of belonging—one where we move from awareness to empathy and demonstrate inclusive leadership. But as much as we’ve learned from our progress, we know that we’re not yet where we want to be. As a purpose-led and values-driven organization, we’re using the talent and resources of PwC to be a voice for change—and we know that to be a leader, we must continue to do better ourselves.
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After submitting the application, graduates are required to take an assessment to be considered to fill the role and they are expected to complete the assessment as soon as possible. If you are selected to continue, the company will reach out to schedule an interview. You can expect to get the offer if you passed the recruiting process approximately within a week. Most employees claimed to have a positive experience during the recruiting process.
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