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Winter Accounting Internship Fair

Winter-Accounting-Internship-Fair

January 25, 2018
5–7 p.m. | Schreiber Center, Wintrust Hall, Floors 9 & 10

Students are invited to learn about full-time "busy season" internships in accounting. This program through the accounting department is in its 3rd year; students can earn credit for the internship and then return to school mid-March to take a shortened version of ACCT 308 (Accounting Information Systems) which will be taught in a combination of live and online lectures.

Winter internships are a great experience; you will learn a lot and make great connections. You may even get a full-time employment offer at the end of the internship!

Students typically intern the winter prior to earning their 150 hours--so students going through the recruiting process during January to February 2018 would intern January to March/April 2019 and be CPA-eligible in 2020.

Professional attire encouraged. At a minimum, business casual is required. Bring copies of your resume (which you can get reviewed by a BCS advisor during drop-in hours or by making an appointment via RamblerLink).

This event is not intended for students seeking full-time employment or summer internships.

Register soon in RamblerLink.

Spring Career and Networking Fair

Spring-Career-and-Networking-Fair

Wednesday, February 21: Accounting & Finance Opportunities

Thursday, February 22: All Business Opportunities

The Business Career Services team invites you to attend the Spring Career and Networking Fair! This premier networking and recruiting event is open to all current Quinlan students and alumni. Students are encouraged to dress for success and bring plenty of resumes for employers. Registration is encouraged. 

Register →

Students: Prepare by using RamblerLink→

  • RSVP under "Events" > "Career Fairs"
  • Upload your best resume
  • Research companies and firms that will be at the fair.
  • Review job and internship descriptions, and express your interest directly to employers before the fair.