Boyer & Ritter offers an internship program for budding accountants looking to hone the skills they’ve learned in the classroom. The Pennsylvania-based internship allows students to dive into the nitty-gritty of the tax, estate planning, and related fields in this industry and also provides plenty of networking opportunities and events.
Internship Program Stats
International Students Eligible
About the Program
Boyer & Ritter, LLC offers both summer and spring internships that are available to qualifying students. The firm regularly visits top colleges and universities, attending career fairs where students can meet experienced professionals and gain insight into Boyer & Ritter’s workplace culture. Those who participate in the firm’s internship program will be paired with a mentor, who will help interns develop valuable skills as they work with Boyer & Ritter’s clients.
About the Company
Boyer & Ritter, LLC’s roots can be traced back to 1926, when Wilson R. Ritter started his own accounting firm. Several years later, accountant Lee E. Boyer established his own firm, and after many years of different partnerships, the newly established Ritter, Haayen and Keller merged with Boyer & Company, which resulted in the formation of Boyer & Ritter in July of 1977. Since that time, the firm has established offices in Camp Hill, Carlisle, Chambersburg, and State College....
- “The firm culture and environment are great at Boyer & Ritter. Everyone is helpful, kind, and willing to answer any questions you may have.”
- “Work-life balance is something the firm takes very seriously, and because of this, my time as a person (not just as an employee) was always respected, with hours being flexible if need be, including a remote option. The culture is one that is very supportive and encourages asking questions and supporting each other.”
- “The firm was very flexible with my schedule.”
- “As an intern, my hours worked in a given week were anywhere between 20 and 30. I believe that the firm was very flexible and understanding with scheduling. I was able to get valuable hands-on experience working with clients and a variety of different tasks and projects. Everyone at the firm was friendly and invested in my growth and understanding as a professional, they ensured I was continuously learning and very accepting of questions. I was always able to get my work and coursework done while being able to enjoy my free time.”
Getting Hired Here
- “What was a difficult situation you have encountered during your life, and how did you overcome it? Considering your professional career, are you more inclined to want to be a tax or audit professional?”
- “What do you like to do outside of school/work? Tell me about yourself.”
- “Where do you see yourself in the future? Will you have 150 [CPA certification] credits upon graduation, or do you plan on getting them [later]?”