MIT is one of the core campuses from which EY-Parthenon recruits for its software strategy fulltime and summer intern associate programs. Please read the important information below and review the dates to find out how to apply to our associate programs.
EY-Parthenon is recruiting from MIT for roles with our Software Strategy Group only. Seniors are eligible to apply for our Fulltime Associate position and juniors to our Summer Associate role. Visit our Software Strategy Group page to learn more about working with the group and for more information and FAQs.
Software strategy role
Please apply to our job posting on your school’s career services portal. In the job posting on the career services portal, you will also find a link to EY-Parthenon’s internal application form – you must also complete this form to be considered for an interview. All applicants must provide a cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcript.
In the job posting on your school’s career services portal, you should also find a link to EY-Parthenon’s internal application form. This application form asks for your preferences regarding our office locations. Please note that per the job posting, we are only actively hiring for US locations.
Note that all first round interviews will be conducted on campus. If selected, your final round interview will be conducted in one of our offices; this location may or may not be conducted at your preferred location, depending on logistics. Schedule details will be communicated to you accordingly.
Please check your career services portal for updates to your application status.
First and final round interview processes vary between groups. Details will be communicated to you prior to interviews.
Offers: Offer decisions are typically communicated within a week from your final round interview.
Those who apply to the Software Strategy Group should anticipate continuing to work within that group. However, we also recognize that things change over time, and transfers could be considered for people with interest a few years into their tenure.