SUMMER 2021 McKinsey & Co. Sophomore Business Analyst Internship

McKinsey & Company is a worldwide management consulting firm that is dedicated to making a change that matters.  From the C-suite to the front line, they partner with our clients to transform their organizations, embed technology into everything they do, and build enduring capabilities. They are seeking an intern to spend 10 weeks working in one of their North America locations as part of a project team.

The sophomore (second-year) Summer Business Analyst program (SSBA) provides first-hand experience with consulting at McKinsey & Company to a highly select group of undergraduate students who are members of historically underrepresented groups in the management consulting profession, including Black, African American, Hispanic, Latino, and/or part of Indigenous groups in North America.

Offices participating include Atlanta, Boston, Calgary, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Miami, Minneapolis, Montreal, New Jersey, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Seattle, Silicon Valley, Southern California, Stamford, Toronto, Vancouver, Washington D.C., McKinsey Digital (all offices), and some of our practices like Corporate Finance, Marketing, and Private Equity.

Program Details

  • Interns will work in a team of 3-5 consultants and will play an active role in all aspects of engagement.
    • This includes gathering and analyzing information, formulating and testing hypotheses, and developing and communicating recommendations.
  • Interns will receive valuable knowledge and skills from hands-on work as they complete their projects.
    • Also, there is an optional weekend-long “boot camp” in the spring during which we focus on skill-building and forming a peer community with the other interns.
  • Interns will have the opportunity to own a distinct piece of the project that they work on.
  • Currently in their second year of undergraduate study, and have an expected graduation date of December 2022 or May 2023.
  • Self-identify as a member of a historically underrepresented group in the management consulting profession.
    • This includes Black, African American, Hispanic, Latinx, and/or part of Indigenous groups in North America.
  • Have an outstanding record of academic achievement.
  • Have demonstrated an aptitude for analytics and have exceptional analytical and quantitative problem-solving skills.
  • Show initiative-taking skills and strong leadership qualities through their extracurricular activities.
  • Ability to work collaboratively and effectively in a team setting and with people at all levels within an organization.
  • Ability to communicate complex ideas effectively – both verbally and in writing – in English and the local office language(s).
  • Willingness to travel.

For more information and to apply, click here.


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