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    Risk Assurance Intern (Former Employee) –  Seattle, WAOctober 6, 2018
    Really supportive managers and coworkers, good work/life balance. The work was interesting and challenging, good resources provided if you needed help on something.
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    Intern (Former Employee) –  Florham Park, NJSeptember 25, 2018
    Great place to work hard. Sometimes it feels like like communication could be improved, but regardless it is a great experience builder and I’m glad I was given the opportunity. Thank you, PwC.
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    Good place to start your career … probably only a few years on the resume
    Assurance Intern & Advisory Intern (Former Employee) –  New York, NYSeptember 21, 2018
    PwC is a good place for the accountant right out of undergrad to get some years of experience. You work hard, have strong team environment, and really get to know accounting at a deeper level.

    It is not a good long term solution. Most people leave after about 3 years, and that is probably right. Get some skills, pad the resume, and then move on.

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    Hard work, long hours, basic work
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    Intern – Consultant (Former Employee) –  New Haven, CTSeptember 18, 2018
    • Researched and compiled socioeconomic data comparing 12 of the world’s largest cities, analyzing the transportation, infrastructure, cost of living, and other environmental factors for each
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    Very professional and friendly environment to work in
    INTERN (Former Employee) –  Boston, MAAugust 2, 2018
    Honestly this company is great, Everyone there is so willing to help you in your journey and make sure that your career path is paved to your specific liking.
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    Risk Assurance Intern (Current Employee) –  Tampa, FLJuly 23, 2018
    My experience here has been amazing. The people are amazing and super friendly and are constantly offering their assistance. The company invests a lot into their people.
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    Risk Assurance Intern (Current Employee) –  Houston, TXJuly 15, 2018
    I like this company, but I am too new to say much about it. All my colleagues and managers are very nice to me, but I haven’t met many people to give a comprehensive review. My manager is a very nice woman, but she is strict with work. Work hard, play hard!
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    IFS START Intern (Former Employee) –  Dallas, TXJuly 5, 2018
    Interned with the firm in 2017 and enjoyed the people and work that I did.. Meet a lot of great people who want to see you grow. Unfortunately I left the firm after the internship due to personal reasons.
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    Crazy Hours equals to minimum wage pay
    Assurance Intern (Former Employee) –  Atlanta, GAJuly 5, 2018
    Busy season you have to ask permission to not work on a Saturday. There is nothing to look forward to as you will be working Sunday too. People have worked from 8-4:00AM. Expect to working at least to 10:00PM with basically no break. You swallow your food and keep it going. Expect to deal with cocky individuals who think there so great because there apart of this company. Little do they know they could get a job working less hours more pay and still have career advancement opportunities. Work conditions are better after busy season sometimes…..your busy season schedule depends on the client your working on. You could have a client that’s pretty busy all year round. In my opinion, I didn’t get a degree to work for company that basically pays you minimum wage once you divide all the hours up into your salary.
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    Great internship
    Intern, Compliance and Ethics Solutions (Former Employee) –  New York, NYJune 6, 2018
    PwC has a great job culture and friendly, helpful managers at all levels. The company allows for room for growth internally. As an intern, I was able to network with people in other groups and higher levels to gain insight on different career paths.
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    Great experience to have in the public accounting field
    Intern (Former Employee) –  Florham Park, NJMay 14, 2018
    My experience was a little different because it was an internship over the summer. I had clients that weren’t ready for an intern yet, so I had a slow summer and work was pretty limited. I also didn’t have a car, so I couldn’t work long hours. I have interned with the company before and had a great experience during those other times.
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    Intern (Former Employee) –  New York, NYMay 12, 2018
    I’d highly recommend PwC to anybody looking for a switch. Great culture, love the people and tremendous career opportunities. Completely vested in the interests of their employees and their growth.
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    Assurance Intern (Former Employee) –  Shenzhen, CNApril 12, 2018
    A very systematic internship program with great exposure to the audit industry. A large amount of work but great opportunities to learn and grow. Perhaps a better accounting firm than other Big 4
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    Good place for learning a broad set of skills in a broad set of industries
    Intern (Former Employee) –  Los Angeles, CAFebruary 18, 2018
    Good place for learning a broad set of skills in a broad set of industries

    Interned over the summer of 2013

    Met a lot of people from around the country with very diverse backgrounds.

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    Intern (Former Employee) –  Philadelphia, PAJanuary 1, 2018
    PwC has a great internship expierence for folks that are looking to try out the consulting life. They pay great and they help you try new things while you are interning.
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    International Intern (Former Employee) –  Distrito de LisboaDecember 8, 2017
    spent the summer working there and had a great overall experience. went well and i learned a lot. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good job anywhere
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    Opportunity to advance.
    International Assignment Services Intern (Former Employee) –  Stamford, CTDecember 3, 2017
    As an international tax intern, my experience was limited with PwC. I learned the use of a widely accepted email and tax preparation software package. Training was provided for my position.
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    Training, good accounting library, free dinners during tax season.
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    Unable to acquire CPA license as a tax department emaployee at the time.
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    intern (Former Employee) –  Pittsburgh, PAOctober 4, 2017
    Great place. Very busy during tax season but everyone works together to solve any issue that may arise on a day-to-day basis. Very busy during tax season obviously.
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    Intern, Transfer Pricing (Former Employee) –  Detroit, MISeptember 6, 2017
    I only had an intern position here. The pay was good and I learned a lot during the course of the internship. Internship, PwC, Detroit, Michigan. Offer
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    Intern (Former Employee) –  New York, NYAugust 6, 2017
    The culture of PwC is probably my favorite thing about the job. Not only id I learn a lot about tax, but I enjoyed the people that I was around, and really looked forward to going to work.
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    Internal Firm Service (IFS) Intern (Former Employee) –  New York, NYAugust 5, 2017
    I would recommend it to anyone . Pwc has a good networking environment ,I had the opportunity of communicating with my other interns and learn more about their different teams.
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    Price Waterhouse Coopers (aka  PricewaterhouseCoopers ). It’s one of those names you’ve likely heard before, but aren’t necessarily sure who they are or what they do. The second largest (or largest depending on your criteria) professional network in the world, their services include consulting, tax advisory, assurance, financial advisory, actuarial, and legal. The company in its current incarnation was founded in 1998 with the merger of Coopers & Lybrand (an accountancy firm founded in 1854) and Price Waterhouse (an accounting company started in 1849). It’s unofficially called PwC, and it has offices and branches all over the world (nearly 800 cities at last count).

    Internships are a big part of their corporate structure, and  Price Waterhouse Coopers  goes out of its way to make applications easy for students. Their program is well designed and structured for each participant to get the maximum benefit from their time with the company. Each intern is paid, and receives on-the-job training that allows them to work alongside key staff and personnel. Additionally,  the program  includes professional coaching and job shadowing at virtually every level of the corporate hierarchy. It even has the International Intern Experience, which allows select individuals to spend some time at various branches throughout the world. All in all, the PwC internship program is considered world-class.

    Applying Online

    PwC has an  online portal  that simplifies the entire process. It’s quick, intuitive, and easy, requiring just four steps to get the ball rolling:

    1.      Create a username and password
    2.      Add your work and academic experience
    3.      Provide your contact details
    4.      Submit your resume

    The portal also includes informational videos, and a list of upcoming PwC events (the company frequently hosts seminars and networking events on campuses throughout the world in order to meet students and promote their brand). Be aware that the PwC internship program is only available for those still in school, and lasts about eight weeks. The academic requirements include a GPA of at least 3.4, and an undergraduate or graduate degree in economics, accounting, actuarial science, finance, computer science, mathematics, or statistics, among others and depending on your desired department within PwC. 

    Creating your online profile as outlined above is where you should start. Beyond that, PwC has recruiters assigned to most major schools.

    PwC Recruiters

    You can connect directly with the PwC responsible for your school via their contact form. Simply fill in your details, select your school from the dropdown menu, and add your question or brief letter at the bottom. It will automatically be sent to the appropriate individual.

    The Interviews

    PwC typically conducts two rounds of interviews when possible. The first takes place on-campus. It is shorter and a bit more informal, serving as a way for PwC to get to know its applicants. Round two is usually more formal, taking place in a PwC office. The  advice  for an internship interview with Price Waterhouse Coopers is the same as for most interviews. Be yourself. Offer opinions and not just answers. Speak well and succinctly.

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    PwC goes above and beyond to reach out to, connect, and develop relationships with students across the US and the rest of the world. From frequent campus events, to assigned recruiters, they want students to connect with them at all levels. Their internship program is quite simply one of the best. Create a profile and apply online, and touch base with your school PwC representative (if it has one). Nail the interview(s). And you’re in. An internship with PwC is designed as a springboard for your career and a meaningful learning experience for you.

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