COVID-19 Update: Beaird Harris has shifted a significant number of our team members to work remotely.
We continue to serve and care for our clients, just as we always have, and are available by phone, video or email.
Beaird Harris is closed on Thursday, February 24th due to inclement weather.
During this time our team will be fully available via phone or email should you need assistance.
Beaird Harris will be closed on Friday, July 3rd in observance of the Independence Day holiday.
In today’s competitive professional environment, the most qualified candidates possess more than just classroom experience. They graduate and enter the workforce with hands-on experience gained through quality internships with prominent organizations.
As a leading Certified Public Accounting firm in the DFW Metroplex, Beaird Harris places a high value on internship experience when making full-time hiring decisions. And, through our own internship program, we strive to shape the future leaders of our industry and more importantly, our Firm.
As an intern, Beaird Harris will provide you with a holistic view of the tax preparation process. You’ll prepare returns from start to finish, work on advanced research projects, and have the unique opportunity to develop technical and client service skills that will help you throughout your career.
After completing an internship with Beaird Harris, you’ll take away a sense of contribution, leave with the feeling of being valued and hopefully make some new friends along the way. Perhaps most importantly, you’ll take away an invaluable learning experience.
With Beaird Harris, you’ll be given the resources, training, and hands-on experience needed to launch a successful career.
The Beaird Harris Tax Internship Program is designed to provide you with a realistic and well-rounded view of life in public accounting. As an intern, you’ll work directly with Partners and Senior Tax Managers and be challenged to realize your full potential.
The Beaird Harris Tax Internship includes:
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of the incumbent in this position.