_Thriving on a diverse company culture, celebrating the uniqueness of our employees and committed to inclusion. Proud to be an equal opportunity employer._ If you have the talent and desire to touch the world, Johnson & Johnson has the career opportunities to help make it happen. Accounting/Finance Intern positions are available at numerous operating companies within Consumer, Medical Devices and Diagnostics, and the Pharmaceutical Sectors, as well as Johnson & Johnson Corporate Headquarters. These positions are located in: California, Florida, Indiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Ohio and Pennsylvania. The Internship Program is a full time 10 - 12 week program focused on providing college students with practical business experience. It allows them to develop leadership skills, broaden their understanding of the concepts learned in school and "get a taste of the real world" before they are fully committed to it. The Intern program is one of the primary feeders for entrance into Johnson & Johnson's Finance Leadership Development Program (FLDP). The Financial Leadership Development Program (FLDP) is a two-year program designed specifically to prepare future generations of business leaders within the Johnson & Johnson accounting and finance organization. Participants gain invaluable on-the-job experiences during two rotations just under twelve months, at various J&J business units; receive leadership and technical training, and thorough, recurring evaluations. There are six weeks of training over the course of the two-year program. Training covers all areas and competencies that are critical to success at J&J and is delivered through a combination of FLDP leadership, J&J executives, Finance management, and external consultants. Internship program participant roles include financial accounting and analysis, sales & marketing finance, operations finance, research and development finance, and internal audit. Specific responsibilities may include budget support, capital budgeting, financial consolidation, sales reporting and analysis, and/or ad-hoc projects. Other common tasks include analysis of financial questions and problems (i.e. Regression and Trend Analysis), problem-solving, active business partnering and developing innovative methods to improve job metrics and processes.