Going from campus to career is a life-changing experience. If you would like to get a taste of the working life in a professional environment while you’re still a student, we can offer you a number of different experiences to gain insight into your field. The right internship can help you take the next critical step in shaping a successful and fulfilling career. Why minimize your job potential with an average internship when you can maximize your life experience with BPW?
BPW offers paid seasonal internships in our tax and audit departments where you are able to build your technical knowledge and be part of a team that will provide coaching and help develop your professional skills.
BPW’s tax internship runs from mid-January through mid-April. Interviews for the tax internship are typically scheduled during late October and early November.
If you are interested in the firm’s tax internship program, please submit the following to email@example.com with the subject line “Tax Internship Application”:
1. Cover Letter
3. Transcript & coursework expected to be completed by January 1st.
BPW’s audit internship runs from May/June through August/September. Interviews for the audit internship are typically scheduled during late April and early May.
If you are interested in the firm’s audit internship program, please submit the following to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Audit Internship Application”:
1. Cover Letter (including “available by” date)
3. Transcript & coursework expected to be completed by “available by” date
ELIGIBILITY: Undergraduate juniors and seniors must be majoring in Accounting or Business and have at least at 3.0 GPA or higher. Recent graduates are expected to have graduated in either Accounting or Business with at least a 3.0 GPA or higher and would like to become a CPA. Applicants are expected to commit a minimum of 20 hours weekly, with a consistent schedule.
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