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DHG Futures – Recruit. Develop. Retain.

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DHG Futures is a learning and development program for undergraduate students from underrepresented groups. DHG Futures provides opportunities for exceptional students to develop and grow personal and professional leadership skills, positioning them for a successful career path.

Why apply to Futures?

Office culture experience

Knowledge about office administrative task

Exposure to vast career opportunities in public accounting

Paid internship experience

Provide mentoring and networking relationships with professionals and leaders in this industry

Development of leadership and communication skills to enhance performance throughout career

Futures Program Structure

DHG Futures’ Program takes place during the summer and progressively develops over a 3-4-year period. Participants will have the opportunity to attend a Diversity Leadership Summit followed by additional internships throughout their participation in the program.

DHG Futures takes place prior to a traditional internship and will run concurrent with our summer internship program.

The structure and chronology for participation is as follows:

Futures Introduction: One week Diversity Leadership Summit. This is open to freshmen/rising sophomores.

Futures Intermediate: One week Diversity Leadership Summit and eight week administrative internship in office of their choosing. This is open to sophomores/rising juniors.

Futures Advanced: One week Diversity Leadership Summit and eight week  internship that is split between administrative duties and shadowing in areas of interest, in office of their choosing.

Futures Graduation: Traditional Internship Experience – One week of Launch and eight week internship in preferred service line and office of their choosing.

Program Requirements

High-performing college freshman and sophomores/rising juniors who self-identify as members of traditionally underrepresented minority groups in the professional services industry, protected veterans, and/or individuals with disabilities.

Applicants must have declared a major in Accounting, Finance, MIS, or any other business-related degree deemed suitable for this program.

GPA requirement 3.0/4.0

 

Click here to apply to join Futures Introduction & Intermediate this Summer.