Career Preview is an excellent opportunity for you to confirm your college academic path and your career objectives, and to become better acquainted with PwC.
Career Preview is designed for high-performing college freshmen/rising sophomores who self-identify as members of traditionally underrepresented minority groups in the professional services industry (Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, American Indian or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, or two or more races), protected veterans, and/or individuals with disabilities.
What is the “Career Preview” experience?
Career Preview is a three day, in-person program where you will work alongside your peers to learn actively about yourself, the world of professional services and our firm.
As a Career Preview attendee you will have the opportunity to:
Starting in December 2022, apply to the "Start 2024" internship opportunity.
If you are selected for an interview, you will follow our standard entry level recruiting process.
Those extended a 2024 Start internship opportunity will also be invited to attend a three day Career Preview experience in Summer 2023.
Can you tell me about the cost, travel and logistics of this event?
Travel and accommodations will be paid for by PwC for Career Preview. Details pertaining to program logistics will be communicated within the program invitation.
What if I can’t attend the whole event?
Given the nature of this program, the event is available only to those students who can commit to attending the entire program. Please discuss any potential conflicts with your recruiter.
What if I am not selected for Career Preview? Does that limit my chances to intern or work for PwC?
Acceptance into Career Preview is a competitive process and we cannot always invite all candidates in which we see potential. We recognize that this is one of the first steps in the recruiting process and there are many additional opportunities to pursue a position at PwC.
PwC currently is not hiring experienced or entry level job seekers who will need, now or in the future, PwC sponsorship through the H-1B lottery, except as set forth here.