Atlanta-based Frazier & Deeter is one of the 50 largest CPA and advisory firms in the U.S. Their internship program is designed to immerse participants in the everyday work life of an accountant. Past interns say their time at Frazier & Deeter was a “great learning experience” in “a public accounting firm filled with caring and kind individuals” that “made me glad I chose to be an accounting major.”

Internship Program Stats


How To Apply

Students can apply through Handshake.



Number Of Interns

21 to 50


Featured Rankings

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3.00 - 3.49

About the Program

The Frazier & Deeter program is designed to fully immerse interns into the everyday work life of an accountant. Interns are assigned associate-level work after about two weeks of intensive training. There is a buddy outing every other week to ensure the interns are getting to know as many people in the firm as possible. 

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About the Company

Frazier & Deeter is a CPA and advisory firm based in Atlanta, Ga. It has nine offices in the U.S. and one in the U.K.—and is the 49th largest CPA firm in the U.S. as measured by annual revenues, according to Accounting Today. In its latest fiscal year, Frazier & Deeter booked $108.5 million in revenues. The firm employs approximately 389 people and is led by Seth McDaniel, its managing director. McDaniel began his career with KPMG and later worked for Deloitte & Touche. H...

Intern Reviews

  • “The work life balance was good during the internship. Frazier & Deeter has a very friendly social culture. The flexibility for being able to work some from home could be improved.”
  • “… The culture is top notch in my opinion and fully aligns with my own preferences. I am full time and expected to work 40 hours a week whether in office or virtually. The work/life balance is excellent, and the environment fosters learning and mutual respect at every level.”
  • “Work during the summer is a little slow, but I have gotten a great chance to meet and interact with so many different people of all levels. They do not let the interns work more than 40 hours during the summer.”
  • “I was encouraged to find work-life balance, and I was provided resources for health and lifestyle improvement.”

Getting Hired Here

  • “How is your ability to receive feedback and actively take steps to improve your weak points?”
  • “What type of person (not just student) are you? That is; who are you as an individual and how have your life experiences made you a more employable candidate?”
  • “Tell me about a time working with a partner/group, and things went really well. What did that look like? What were some of the dynamics you noticed?”
  • “Describe a situation in which you faced a problem in a group setting and explain how you solved it.”