Want free career or academic advice
from a professional?

Have an Answer?

2 Answers

0

Andrew McQueary

If you are graduating in December, if you look and act quickly enough, you may be able to apply for internships in public accounting which can easily turn into job offers and are pretty much always paid. I would suggest going through your career services at your school as David said below as it can be really difficult to get an internship just sending out resumes. Look up the various accounting firms in your area and the big four and look to see if they are looking for someone. Accounting firms are always looking for extra bodies in busy season and even if you don't want to stay in public accounting it looks great on a resume. Not to mention as an intern you get overtime which can really rack up when you are working 60+ hours a week! Feel free to reach out if you need more help

Answered 2 years ago

Andrew McQueary
0

David Bradley

A) Your university's career services center can help you.

B) Find local businesses that have areas in your focus. It could be a CPA firm, or it could be any business who has an accounting department. Nonprofits might be a good way to go.

Unfortunately, you just missed tax season which was one big chance for tax internships. There are plenty out there! Visit career pages for company websites, and if they don't have an internship listed, you can always cold-email the human resources department with your interest. Just make sure the email is personalized and well thought out!

Answered 2 years ago

David Bradley