Aprio is an Atlanta-based CPA-led advisory firm that provides advisory, audit and assurance, tax, private client, and outsourced accounting services. It’s one of the 50 largest CPA firms in the US. Former interns report, "There is a good culture at Aprio, and the quality of life for interns was pretty good." Some interns add that “the overall working environment was professional,” and the firm has a "very good training program that was extremely helpful."
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About the Program
Aprio is a company that knows how important its team is to its success. That’s why its student programs are essential, bringing in bright young minds who add passion and talent to the group. There are opportunities for students at every stage of their education, from first-year undergraduates to students who have just completed their graduate degrees. Each program is uniquely designed for students based on their level of education, from introductory-education-based programs to full-time worki...
About the Company
Aprio, one of the 30 largest CPA firms in the U.S. and the fastest growing firm in the U.S. according to Accounting Today, is an Atlanta-based CPA-led advisory firm that provides advisory, audit and assurance, tax, private client, and outsourced accounting services. Industry specialties include manufacturing and distribution, nonprofit and education, professional services, real estate and construction, technology and blockchain, and retail, franchise, and hospitality. Although the company is ...
- “Mandatory three days in office, but you were compensated with catered lunches during [the] busy season. Required 40 hours a week, though they could be done [in] a flexible manner (such as 10-6 or 8-4 instead of 9-5).”
- “There is a good culture at Aprio, and the quality of life for interns was pretty good. Expected to work full-time and would be compensated for any overtime, although it was not required. It was a fair work/life balance.”
- “The overall working environment was professional. Everyone was very helpful and friendly. When you had questions, the team would help as much as they could. Work balance during the busy season was kind of hard to balance, but the company would try to provide as much free time and opportunities to [their] employees to take a break.”
- “I was capped at 40 hours during my internship, so I never felt too stressed. I always had help if I had a question, and there were plenty of fun moments during my internship to break up the work!”
Getting Hired Here
- “Interviewers were helpful and professional; I didn’t find the interview too difficult.”
- “My interviewer was my team lead once I began my internship, and I really appreciated having met her before. She was very relaxed and made me feel comfortable during the interview.”
- “The interview felt like a conversation rather than the interviewers grilling me; I was interviewed by people I would be working with at my office.”
- “The interview process was easy. It was a simple Zoom interview with two partners on different teams at Aprio. They asked me questions about my resume but also spent time answering my questions about the firm.”