Bay Area-based Frank, Rimerman + Co. specializes in providing accounting services to industry-leading firms, including many Silicon Valley pioneers. Past interns say, “the firm's culture is one of positivity,” where “we did a lot of work, but also had a lot of fun” while also being able to “meet people at all levels within the company.”
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How To Apply
Please submit your resume, cover letter and an unofficial copy of your college transcript(s) via the company website. In your cover letter, please tell the company about your interest in establishing your career in the Bay Area and state your internship office preference (San Francisco or San Jose).http://www.frankrimerman.com/careers/university-recruiting/
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About the Program
Frank, Rimerman + Co. LLP’s rotational internship allows students majoring in accounting to build a foundation in audit and tax as well as gain exposure in smaller, niche departments. This unique internship presents students with an opportunity to gain practical work experience in a professional environment.
Interns will spend their first few days onboarding with the recruiting team. After onboarding, interns will begin their rotations through Audit, Family Office, and Tax. Interns ar...
About the Company
Frank, Rimerman + Co. LLP specializes in providing accounting services to clients considered to be leaders in their industries. The firm’s roots go back to 1949 when a pair of Franks—Frank Rimerman and Robert Frank—founded the firm. The California-based firm has offices in San Jose, San Francisco, Palo Alto, St. Helena, and San Diego, with additional satellite offices and remote teams across the country.
Most of Frank, Rimerman’s corporate clients are involved in venture capital, soft...
- “The firm's culture is one of positivity and has a great tone at the top that inevitably trickles down. [Everyone] is willing to help each other, and everyone is inclusive. We typically worked 40 hours a week, which was a good way to see what a work week really looked like. Not all 40 hours were work, we had fun activities that allowed us to have a great work-life balance.”
- “The firm made us feel very comfortable throughout the internship. The culture is definitely one in which people help each other, and I felt like I always had someone to turn to if I had questions. I also think that there was a good work/ life balance, as the associates I talked to expressed that they were able to have a fulfilling life outside of work.”
- “The quality of life for the internship is great. We did a lot of work but also had a lot of fun around the bay. This is probably the most entertaining accounting internship. Everyone at this company has been really friendly and open. A lot of people were very helpful.”
- “Quality of life during the internship was awesome! The firm culture was great, everyone was super nice and always willing to help. The recruiting team did a good job at integrating the interns with the associates. The number of hours worked were 40 hours per week. The work-life balance during the non-busy seasons is very flexible and accommodating.”
Why Intern Here
It is about the people—Frank, Rimerman + Co. LLP is committed to being the premier accounting firm in Silicon Valley. We strive to create a work environment built on fairness, respect for one another, and pride in the firm we build. As a result, the firm attracts and retains top talent in our industry.
Our employees are our most valuable asset. In fact, 39 of our 50 partners either started their career at Frank, Rimerman or grew into their partner role while working here. Many of which participated in our internship program prior to accepting full time.
As a firm that primarily promotes from within, we focus on developing employees to become our future managers and partners. We support and empower our people to shape a career they can feel passionate about and that starts in your internship.
Getting Hired Here
- “The interview process was great and not overly stressful. The interviewers made it feel much more like a conversation, and I looked forward to future rounds rather than overthinking and stressing out about them.”
- “The interviews were not overly difficult, as questions were largely behavioral. I didn't feel overwhelmed at any questions in particular, and I always felt that each interview was more of a conversation than a formal questioning and answering.”
- “The recruiting team and the entire process was a really smooth process while on campus. The recruiters were all very knowledgeable with the firm or with any questions that you might have.”
- “The recruiting team was very nice. They responded very well to all my emails and were very easy to adjust with my schedule.”