Do you want to work while going to school?
Friedman + Huey offers our interns options that work with their schedule, with part-time options ranging from 25 to 30 hours a week, as well as full-time options.
Applicants must be students enrolled at a college or university, majoring in Accounting, with at least one tax course under their belt at the time of their internship, with a minimum 3.5 GPA.
An Internship that Breaks the Mold
PAID TAX SEASON ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP
Tax Season/Accounting Paid Internship
Our firm is looking to hire enthusiastic tax interns during busy season, which runs from January through mid-April. We are proud to offer interns flexible work hours to help their internship fit their busy schedules. Throughout your internship at Friedman + Huey, you will receive one-on-one experience in individual and trust/fiduciary taxation from your individually assigned mentor. The training and personal attention you will receive from members of our team, with your personal mentor, and from partners, is what makes our firm unique.
We offer interns the best of both worlds–technical resources and breadth of experience of a mid-size firm, coupled with the personal attention and camaraderie of a boutique firm. Gone are the days of simply getting coffee or making copies. You’ll get the opportunity to gain real experience from partners and members of our team who consider your personal and professional development as a top priority.
Ready to join our exciting, rapidly growing, multi-office Chicago CPA firm?
In Their Own Words.
“The intern program was very well organized and I got hands on experience working on tax returns. I was provided the tools and help needed to succeed.”
Student from Purdue University Northwest
“During the internship program I learned about fiduciary income taxation, something I didn’t learn much about in school. It was a great experience because I had exposure to various client returns and there was always someone willing to answer any questions I had.”
Student from UIC
“I learned a lot more here than some of my friends did at their internships. This wasn’t just busy work, but real hands-on returns.”
Student from UIC
“The one on one attention I received was far more than what some of my friends experienced. Each of us had our own mentor that was there to help us succeed.”