PWC Internship Program Overview

PWC Strategy & Summer Internship Program While today the group is called the Big Four, it was the Big Eight just three decades ago. That’s before professional services firms began merging. In 1998 Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand combined assets.

Interestingly, both accounting firms can trace their roots back to the mid-1800s in London. Today, PwC professionals span the globe and provide services to more than 25 industries in 158 countries.

PwC has a sharp eye for identifying great talent to fill their internships. In fact, they extend full-time employment offers to 90% of all interns. Interns will do more than fill a chair; they collaborate with employees on client projects and participate in the Leadership Development Experience.

PwC also allows interns to ‘shadow’ a partner. They observe the partners as the engagement with clients, connect with their teams, and fulfill their daily obligations. A select group of interns is chosen during each term to meet with the leadership teams in the US, including the Chairman.

Hearing directly from top executives is a meaningful way that interns can understand the vision of the firm.

To ensure that interns can immerse themselves in PwC’s massive global network, many embark upon a one-week International Intern Experience. In this robust program, they work alongside PwC professionals in other countries.

The three programs offered begin in the winter, spring and summer internship and typically last 6 to 12 weeks. For a bonus: PwC picks up the tab for work visas, housing and travel.


Students who are at least a sophomore with a cumulative GPA of 3.3; and a GPA in your declared major are eligible to apply.

Academic Level

College Sophomores, College Juniors, College Seniors, Graduate Students, Business School Students, Law School Students

Compensation / Benefits

Paid Internship

PWC Internship Program

4040 West Boy Scout Blvd

Tampa, FL US

  • Duration: 6 to 12 weeks
  • No. of Interns Required: Above 100
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