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Knowledge Management Internship

Knowledge Management Internship

We welcome graduate students who identify as Black, Hispanic/Latinx, or Indigenous who are close to completion to join us for a 10-week paid internship where you’ll support our case teams as they work with clients. It’s real world, alt-academia work exposure where you’ll get to see how a top strategy consulting firm helps innovative companies make decisions—and learn to manage insights and knowledge.

Exclusive access to world-changing insights

As part of this program you’ll receive training, coaching, and mentoring to work on your business acumen. You’ll build your knowledge about various industries and clients and provide front-line support to consultants in areas like strategy and sustainability. You’ll also get unfettered access to our intellectual property database, learn to manage it, and study key insights across industries. 

If you're curious about what it's like to work here, you can learn more about us through our affinity groups which include Black at Bain and Familia at Bain.

Receive on-the-job training

Eligibility & Timeline

This program is for graduate students who identify as Black, Hispanic/Latinx, or Indigenous

This program is for current graduate students (masters or PhD level) who identify as Black, Hispanic/Latinx, or Indigenous (Native American, Alaska Native, Inuit, Métis, and First Nations). In particular, we’re interested in individuals who consider themselves: 

  • Independent thinkers yet good team players
  • Curious and analytical
  • Motivated by deadlines
  • Skilled at written and verbal presentation

Apply in November

Applications open up in early November and close mid January, and the program starts in June. It’ll take place in our Boston, Chicago, and Dallas offices. (You'll pick one.)

There’ll be three rounds of interviews:

  1. Discuss your skills and experience with a recruiter
  2. Learn about the role and discuss your experience in detail with a Knowledge Management team member, and after, a hiring manager
  3. Get coffee with someone who’s been through the program

In the meantime, join us at one of our marketing events and talk to our team virtually or in-person.

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