ACE (Accounting Career Exploration) Program at CohnReznick

Apr 19 • 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

CohnReznick Accounting Career Exploration – Boston, MA
Are you ready to explore a career in Accounting?
This April, CohnReznick invites you to join us in our Boston office for a day of resume building, community service, and networking with CohnReznick Accounting Career Exploration, or CR ACE!
CohnReznick is a public accounting firm providing industry-leading advisory, assurance, and tax services. Our forward-thinking environment values collaboration in everything we do! Each year, we visit universities across the country hoping to meet exceptional students and future accounting professionals, and that could be you!
This event provides you the opportunity to:

Visit your local CohnReznick office and take an office tour.
Gain insight into the various career paths in Public Accounting.
Give back to your local community by participating in a fun service project.
Experience CohnReznick’s award-winning culture and develop connections for future internships.

Qualifications:

Are pursuing or plan to declare a Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree in an accounting-focused area.
Have a 3.0 minimum GPA.
Are interested in exploring a career in public accounting.?
Are eager to learn and grow in the accounting field.?
Are currently enrolled in a 2-year or 4-year college.?
In order to apply for a future internship or entry level role at CohnReznick, successful candidates will have to provide proof of work authorization such as a U.S. Citizenship or permanent residency status.


In order to be considered, please instruct students to submit an application by April 16th – here is the direct link to our program located on our Early Career Opportunities Page: CR Spring ACE – Boston, MA – CohnReznick LLP (tal.net). Our Campus Recruiting Team will review applications and notify students with next steps regarding the program.

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Apr 19, 2024 | 10:00 AM

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