Ernst & Young

EY provides professional services to different companies and sectors. It offers assurance, audit, tax, financial, and business advisory services to automotive, financial, government, entertainment, mining, real estate, technology, and telecommunication industries.

What

Ernst & Young

Looks For

EY looks for methodical and analytical thought processes as well as applicants with leadership abilities, technical knowledge, and an innovative and global mindset. Interviewers look for confident people that can communicate with other employees and outside clients.

History of

Ernst & Young

28% of job openings were filled internally in 2019 and 42% of new hires were referred by employees. EY has four service lines, Assurance, Advisory, Tax, and Transaction Advisory Services. They also help clients fulfill regulatory requirements and keep investors informed and meet the needs of their stakeholders. They work with more than 200,000 clients in 150 countries and they include 84% of the Fortune Global 500 and 72% of the Forbes Global 2000.

Ernst & Young

Internship Programs

Discover EY Conference

Discover EY is a chance for students to discover different careers available and to build their network. This program is best for freshmen and sophomores and while not an internship, all Discover EY participants are eligible to interview for EY internships after the program.

EY’s Launch Internship Program

The Launch Internship Program is designed specifically for non-juniors and non-seniors. The program takes a step-by-step approach to build the foundation for your career by working on skill development. First you’ll attend National Launch Training to get properly onboarded and start building your network. The rest of your internship will be spent working on projects with a variety of teams across different service lines.

EY’s LEAP Internship Program

Aside from the Discover and Launch programs, EY also offers standard internships for juniors and seniors in the summer and winter.


What it's like to Work at

Ernst & Young

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Accounting
Finance
Marketing
Human Resources / People / Talent
Business Development
Consulting / Professional Services
industries
Big 4 / Consulting
office locations
Greater New York

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
There are programs available for all years
Perks
  • On-Site Fitness
  • Compressed Work Week
  • Training

Ernst & Young

Interview Process

Pre-Recorded Interview

The process begins with a pre-recorded interview that gives you as much time as you need in between questions.

Phone Interview

The next step is typically a phone interview. These last about 30 minutes and cover basic behavioral questions as well as a quick overview of your background.

Campus Interview

The next step is a one-hour campus interview. This interview will be the most in-depth with questions relating to the specifics of the role for which you are applying.