Cherry Bekaert will be hosting a summer conference providing students the opportunity to experience the real life challenges and excitement of the accounting profession. The conference is open to junior students who have declared, or intend to declare, Accounting as their major, who currently have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA, and who will graduate with 150 hours and be ready for full-time employment in 2022.
As one of the largest, growth-oriented CPA firms in the country, Cherry Bekaert is committed to playing an active role in our client’s businesses, offering ongoing counsel so they can make better decisions in a fast-moving marketplace. Because we focus on growth, our associates are able to grow with us – with strong opportunities for advancement, new responsibilities, and growth both professionally and personally.
The Connect Program will include numerous opportunities to interact with professionals at all levels in our Audit, Tax and Advisory service lines. This exciting summer adventure includes a dynamic lineup of speakers, opportunities for hands-on team building, a community service activity, and a look into the real life work experience in public accounting.
As a conference participant, you will also learn about internship opportunities with Cherry Bekaert in advance of the normal intern recruiting cycle and events.
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