2023 Internship Spotlight

Internships are an excellent opportunity to expand your network and make valuable connections. As an intern, you’ll collaborate directly with professionals in your desired industry, allowing you to establish relationships with potential future colleagues while working on various projects.

Furthermore, internships can serve as a direct pathway to securing a permanent position. RBG strongly values bright and talented individuals, and they actively invest in and recruit interns for full-time roles, offering a clear path for career advancement up to Partner level. By dedicating yourself and putting in the effort, you increase your chances of receiving a job offer during your internship, providing a solid foundation for a successful career start.

We have had a wonderful group of interns this year. When asked about what they have learned from their RBG Internship Experience, here is what they had to say:

“Accountability and Responsibility”

Ryne Kreitz 
    Senior, The University of Arkansas

“I learned how to conduct an audit for Nonprofit Organizations, Banks, and Employee Benefit Plans. Also, I learned how to prepare tax returns for Partnerships, S Corporations, C Corporations, Trust and Estates, and high net worth Individuals. Lastly, I learned there are a special group of people here at RBG, the culture is second to none.”

Deterrious Hill
     Master’s Program, University of Memphis

I have learned how to file many types of tax returns including 1040’s, 1041S’, 1065’s, 1120’s, 1120S’, and 5500’s. It has been a great work experience as well as a great personal experience.”

Christian Russell
    Senior, Arkansas State University

“Everyone is so nice and always eager to help! I am never afraid to ask questions.”

Alexis Lariviere
    Senior, Mississippi State University

“So far at RBG, I have gained experience working in the audit and tax departments. While in audit, I have worked on and learned about employee benefit plans, in particular 401(k) plans. Also, I have worked on and learned about compliance while working on-site at a bank. So far in tax, I have learned to prepare 1040, 1041, and 1065 tax returns.  Further, I have learned to be accountable for tracking my time and obtained first-hand experience working in an office environment.”

Sam Franklin
    Junior, Indiana University

“I have learned how to operate different software used for accounting purposes. In addition to this, I have become very familiar with doing bank reconciliations, pulling Trial Balance reports, and creating other financial statements.”

Martina Jones
    Grad School, Rhodes College

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