Accounting Internship

Summary of Job Duties

Students who intern with Condley and Company receive hands-on training, work closely with other members of the engagement team, and gain experience with diverse projects and clientele from week one. As you engage with real client work and situations, you will learn the processes of public accounting and have the opportunity to add value to our clients and their businesses.

Internships are primarily available in the Audit and Tax departments, with limited opportunities in Estate & Trust and Client Accounting Services. Terms for internships are by semester - Fall, Spring, and/or Summer.


Minimum Entry Requirements for Tax or Assurance Interns

  • Enrollment in a Bachelor's or Master’s degree program with appropriate accounting hours
  • Foundational understanding of accounting, tax, and auditing concepts
  • Analytical skills
  • Interpersonal skills


Role Success Factors

As an Intern, you will work with a team on complex issues and help find solutions that meet client needs. Factors that will help you succeed in this role include:

  • Display problem-solving skills and effective, insightful, and timely communication skills
  • Maintain a high level of organization and professionalism
  • Take the initiative to be a team player, maintain positive attitude, and develop trust with the team
  • Ask open-ended questions and seeks continuous feedback; holds self accountable for service quality, thoroughness, and accuracy 
  • Meet charge hour and realization expectations for each job, consistently producing a high-quality work product
  • Maintain a working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite products and other technology tools
  • Work independently under general supervision, applying a general understanding of accounting concepts
  • Retain learning/knowledge from one client to the next; continuously apply and build on prior learning


Key Development Opportunities 

  • Interact with Associates, Seniors, Managers, Senior Managers and Partners 
  • Daily interaction with client work
  • Learn more about the various service lines - what we offer as a firm 
  • Take initiative to request exposure to new tasks and stretch assignments 
  • Seek exposure to multiple teams/people/work styles from which to learn
  • Industry-related training
  • Read information provided by Condley and profession to stay current on accounting guidance