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Baker Tilly Internship

205 North Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL, 60601-5927, United States



Founded in 1931, Baker Tilly has offices from coast to coast and is one of the largest CPA firms in the U.S. Its former interns are “extremely satisfied with the types of projects [they’ve] been assigned,” and “mentoring was consistently helpful.” Full-time staff get formal training, on-the-job training, mentoring, and internal mobility options. The firm is strongly focused on stewardship and belonging and has new initiatives in place around D&I.

Internship Program Stats


How To Apply

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Number Of Interns

51 to 100


Featured Rankings

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3.00 - 3.49

About the Program

As an intern with Baker Tilly, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Participate in a technical training and development program designed to give you the tools needed to immediately contribute to client engagements.
  • Experience, through on-the-job training and real, meaningful work engagements, how your academic experience translates to the professional environment.
  • Learn directly from ...

About the Company

Baker Tilly US, LLP (Baker Tilly) is an advisory CPA firm headquartered in Chicago. It currently ranks among the top 10 largest CPA firms in the U.S. as measured by annual revenues, according to Accounting Today. The firm has more than 6,700 team members, including more than 600 partners. It serves clients in every state and has offices coast to coast.

Baker Tilly US, LLP is the largest member firm of Baker Tilly International, the world’s 9th-largest network, made up of more...

Intern Reviews

  • “I worked 40 hours a week (every Friday, we had the option of taking off 2 hours early on Fridays-Summer Hours), BT encourages employees to have a good work/life balance through being able to create flexible work schedules and having Disconnect Days (automatically generated paid days off). I had a great time during my internship and was encouraged to communicate with my coach if I was ever feeling overwhelmed.”
  • “The culture here is great, everyone is open to helping you out with any of your needs. Each and every person wants to see their coworkers continue to get better each day, and it does not feel like you are competing against one another. I worked a full work week, 40 hours a week.”
  • “We are full-time interns and so are expected to work a full 40 hours each week. However, there is no set mandate that these hours must be 9-5 exactly or that we must be in the office five days a week. We are offered flexibility to ‘clock in’ early or late and whether it makes more sense or not for us to work virtually for the day.”
  • “I was given meaningful work with a good balance of learning and gaining experience. I never felt overworked or underworked.”

Getting Hired Here

  • “Usually, interviews are very nerve-wracking, but the interview process was really comforting, and the interviewer really wanted to get to know you and was not trying to stump you. The questions were not hard at all, it was a personality interview mostly. I think their standards were they wanted people who would fit with the Baker Tilly culture.”
  • “I was treated with respect throughout the entire hiring process last fall. The initial application was simple and straightforward. When it came to the interviews, my time was respected, and we were able to have a very natural conversation.”
  • “Every interviewer that I interacted with [was] very kind and personable. I was able to settle my nerves a little bit by having a longer introduction and even some things in common with my interviewer that made it feel like I was talking to someone I had met before. Everything felt very easy-going as well as structured at the same time.”
  • “The application process was very straightforward and easy. I had three interviews with three different people. The interview process lasted about 2-3 weeks.”