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Frazier Deeter Internship Program

1230 Peachtree Street
Suite 1500
Atlanta, GA, 30309



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 had an “inclusive and welcoming” culture that “pays similarly to the top 10 accounting firms.”

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. He has bee...

Intern Reviews

  • “FD’s culture is inclusive and welcoming. The firm allows their people to manage their own schedules in a hybrid work environment. As an intern, we were encouraged to hit the same hourly goals as full-time staff, but it wasn’t required because they have made it clear that school should be our priority. The general attitude of work/life balance is very high at FD. Their busy seasons were standard to the industry which called for challenging late nights and working during the weekends if you’re trying to meet a deadline or the weekly hour goals. The unlimited PTO is respected, and leadership is flexible and attentive to their staff’s needs and personal emergencies even during a busy season.”
  • “90% of everyone is outgoing, friendly, and loves getting to know the interns. The company and tax department host multiple entertaining social [events] for its employees that are a great way to have fun while getting to know your coworkers. They are very accommodating to your schedule, and the work hours are not overbearing at all. They do expect interns to be in person at least 4 days a week, but you can talk with them if something comes up. I highly recommend going in person. The company really cares about its employees!”
  • “Firm culture was amazing. Everyone there from day one was very helpful. The firm provided everything you needed to have a successful busy season (meals, etc.). Overall, workers had a great attitude.”

Getting Hired Here

  • “The hiring process was smooth. I did a phone interview with the recruiter and an in-person interview with a leader at the firm. I believe it was to assess my compatibility and willingness to learn. I think the firm’s standards are selective because only a certain number of students can receive internship offers, and I know excellent candidates who did not receive an offer. It is selective not on superficial metrics such as GPA, but mostly selective on the applicant’s skills, personality, and values during the interview.”
  • “Interviewers are very friendly and really want to get to know you and see if you would be a good fit for the company. Mary, the head recruiter, along with Sarah, were great hiring decisions by the company, and you can tell they love their jobs. The process is efficient while not being difficult. You get in contact with a recruiter, fill out an application, have an interview with the recruiter, have an interview with a partner or high-up employee, and then find out if you get an internship offer. I highly recommend applying for and doing the summer leadership program if you get the opportunity.”