Not sure if you are ready to commit to an internship with us? Sign up for a job shadow! Job shadows allow students or recent graduates to meet with various staff in our tax and audit departments, including partners, and learn about what they do on a daily basis. This provides an opportunity to ask questions and learn from our professional staff of CPAs and CPA-seeking candidates.
What is a Job Shadow?
A job shadow allows you to observe and “shadow” or follow around one or more people in your potential field while they work. While a job shadow is brief in nature (currently, Altman, Rogers & Co. offers job shadows that are half-day to a full-day in length), it provides an idea of a typical day is for, in this case, a CPA or other professional working in public accounting. Job shadows don’t provide much opportunity to gain experience or “hands-on” work, but it offers a glimpse of a ” work day” in the life of a public accountant.
What is the benefit to you?
Having doubts about your field of study or what type of career you want to pursue? A job shadow can help clarify what to expect in a CPA’s typical work day. Public accounting is different than private accounting, and a job shadow can help one identify the differences and the similarities and clarify which path a student wants to pursue.
Compensation & Benefits
- Spend the day meeting with staff at various points in their careers in the audit and tax departments
- Flexibility in schedule/ hours
- Job shadows have an advantage during recruiting season for internships
Requirements for Eligibility
- Completed or seeking completion of an undergraduate degree in a business-related program including, but not limited to, accounting, finance, or business administration