Junior or Senior status working on undergraduate degree or in Master’s program
Working towards a degree with a major in accounting or other related business field
Minimum GPA of 3.0
Completed a class in individual income taxation or VITA prior to the internship
Prepare 1040 individual income tax returns, personal property tax returns, and some business tax returns as assigned by an In-charge accountant.
Assist our professional staff in preparing trial balances, working papers and depreciations schedules, using Microsoft Excel and Word.
Become familiar and engaged with the firm’s personnel, policies and procedures.
Understand the rules, regulations and code of ethics of the AICPA.
Have fun and learn!
Interns are guided by multiple in-charge accountants and formal Buddy support who brief them in advance on the assignments, suggest expeditious methods, answer questions, decide on remedies when difficulties are encountered, and review their progress periodically. Interns generally do not deal directly with client personnel without guidance and supervision by the In-charge accountant.
Note: If you decide to pursue this opportunity as a credit-bearing internship, you will need to get approval from your academic department prior to the start of the academic semester in which you wish to register for the internship. This is a paid internship. Internships normally run Mid-January through April 15 with the opportunity to join our team full time. This is discretionary based upon available work load and successful performance.
Hungerford Nichols is a dynamic firm that thrives on innovation- this is where good ideas add up! Our specialized team understands customer needs and identifies the best course of action to take our clients forward. In our organization, we work hard to deliver the uniqueness and quality that we promise. Our employees are rewarded as well as recognized for performance. We offer competitive benefits along with a top-performing, supportive team environment.