Bay Area-based Frank, Rimerman + Co. specializes in providing accounting services to industry-leading firms, including many Silicon Valley pioneers. Past interns say it was “an amazing experience full of challenging yet enjoyable work” in a “supportive learning environment."

Internship Program Stats


How To Apply

Please submit your resume, cover letter and an unofficial copy of your college transcript(s) via our website. In your cover letter, please tell us about your interest in establishing your career in the Bay Area and state your internship office preference (San Francisco or San Jose).



Number Of Interns

51 to 100


Featured Rankings

Best Accounting Internships






3.00 - 3.49



6 to 12 weeks

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. This includes many pioneers in Silicon Valley, and according to Frank Rimerman, the firm embodies these pioneers’ “same entrepreneurial spirit.” Tax planning services make up the biggest chunk of the firm's earnings, bringing in 62 percent of its more than $153 million in revenues; audit and assurance made up 34 percent, while advisory and other services contributed ...

Intern Reviews

  • “The firm's culture is the best part about the firm. They really care about their employees and want to make sure you are on the career path that you want and have a lot of events where you can connect with different people.”
  • “I really loved the firm culture, and everyone in the company was so welcoming. There were several employees who vouched for how supportive the firm is, and a number of employees are allowed to be remote or part-time to accommodate their life.”
  • “We were not expected to work an unreasonable amount of hours. Large emphasis on connecting with each other, socializing, and meeting people within the firm.”
  • “During our internship we were not overworked at all and I looked forward to coming in every day. Everyone is extremely friendly and no one complained about being overworked. The firm is extremely flexible and understanding to your personal schedule.”

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 hiring process was very easy and clear. Timely responses and awesome interviewers that genuinely wanted to learn about your personality and how you would fit with the company culture.”
  • “By far the best interview I have had. Both people were extremely easy to talk through and they really just wanted to get to know me.”
  • “I talked to about five different employees, at different levels, throughout my interview process. Then when I showed up to the internship, I received a message from one of my interviewers wishing me well and offering to have coffee sometime. The interview process was not overbearing or difficult, rather like a conversation, but I could tell much effort was put into it. And my account matches those of my fellow interns.”
  • “The recruiting process went really smoothly and everyone that I talked to prior to the internship were really nice and friendly. The interview was more conversational, which was nice.”