Bain & Company

Bain is a management consultancy that provides advice to public, private, and non-profit organizations.

What

Bain & Company

Looks For

Bain looks for high achieving candidates with academic excellence and exceptional leadership skills. Specifically, they look for problem-solving skills, the ability to lead, results delivery, and passion.

History of

Bain & Company

Bain has 59 offices across 37 countries. They believe that bold steps define the future, that the ambition to lead requires the courage to adapt, and that doing the right thing is rarely easy, but always worth it. They were also awarded the #1 consulting firm on Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work list, the only consultancy in the top 10.

Bain & Company

Internship Programs

Associate Consultant Internship (ACI) Program

Bain’s ACI program is a summer internship program for undergrad students who are looking for broad exposure to the consulting industry and learning business strategy through full-time immersion on a Bain case team. The program begins with a week of intensive training led by their experienced consultants. If you meet performance expectations, you will receive an offer to return full-time as an associate consultant upon graduation.


What it's like to Work at

Bain & Company

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Engineering
Marketing
Finance
Data / Analytics
Human Resources / People / Talent
Legal / Public Policy
IT/IS
Operations
Consulting / Professional Services
industries
Big 4 / Consulting
office locations
Greater Boston
Greater Atlanta
Greater Los Angeles
Greater New York
Greater DC
Greater Houston
Greater Seattle
Greater San Francisco

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Undergraduate Student
Perks
  • Opportunity for hire
  • Impactful projects & assignments
  • Orientation & training

Bain & Company

Interview Process

Initial Resume Review

The process usually starts with a brief interview where the interviewer will quickly go over your resume and see if you could be a good fit.

Interviews

The next round of interviews consists of typically 2 interviews, each 45 minutes. Most time is spent on case studies with a few behavioral questions thrown in as well. This is the step in the interview process that requires the most practice and preparation.