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Tax Season Internships

If you are looking to get coffee for your superiors, this is not the internship for you. Our interns have real client work and gain real experience working alongside our team members during the spring semester. A tax season internship is competitive, fast-moving, and your chance to get a glimpse of what the work and culture is like at a regional public accounting firm. It’s a fast-paced time of year, but interns can set their own schedules to work around their school course-load.

Since 1986, Alloy Silverstein has been the foundation of career path success for ambitious accounting students from Rutgers University-Camden, Rowan University, Stockton University, La Salle University, The College of New Jersey, Rowan College at Burlington County, and Camden County College.
 

What our accounting interns bring to the Alloy Silverstein team:

  • Excitement to learn in a real office environment
  • Invaluable assistance and support during our industry’s busy season
  • Dual course learning and hands-on application
  • Form relationships with professionals who were once in your shoes
  • Continued positive relations with our neighboring universities

“I learned a great amount that I could have never learned in school that prepared me to have a strong career in accounting; from learning how to perform in a professional environment to doing taxes for individuals and all types of business entities. This experience even led me into accepting a full-time position from Alloy Silverstein.”

“Witnessing the high level of teamwork and communication throughout the office was a great way for me to be introduced to a truly professional working environment. Everyone in the office was more than willing to answer any question I had.”

“It was a little intimidating adjusting to working in an office. After settling in, though, it was a lot of just learning how to do simple jobs and familiarizing myself with the software, etc. Everyone in the firm was really nice and willing to help, which made things much easier.”

“I actually had an internship with a Big 4 firm, and it wasn’t very pleasant. Rather than getting a chance to do actual accounting work, I was given busy work. Here at Alloy, I am given real work and responsibilities as an intern that allow me to learn accounting techniques and build on my experiences.”