Atlanta-based Aprio is one of the 50 largest CPA firms in the U.S. Its interns get real busy-season experience and access to senior managers. Full-time staff get access to extensive trainings and clearly defined promotion timelines. Aprio is focused on charitable giving, and has several women affinity groups and a diversity hiring initiative for Black students.
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Aprio is ideally looking for smart, curious, skillful, competent candidates who fit with the firm’s culture. Aprio’s valuable internship program gives students real busy season experience—interns are treated like full-time staff and get access to senior staff and managers, who have an open-door policy and are willing to answer interns’ questions. For its full-time staff, Aprio offers several career development opportunities, including extensive trainings and clearly defined promotion timelines.
While busy season hours can be long and stressful, the firm goes to great lengths to provide its staff with a healthy work/life balance. It offers flexible schedule options and a lot of support to its remote staff. Recently, during the pandemic, the firm engaged educationa...
Founded in 1952, Aprio is an Atlanta-based CPA-led advisory firm that provides advisory, audit and assurance, tax, private client, and outsourced accounting services. It’s one of the 50 largest CPA firms in the U.S., as measured by annual revenues. Industry specialties include manufacturing and distribution, nonprofit and education, professional services, real estate and construction, technology and blockchain, and retail, franchise, and hospitality.
The firm has nine offices and employs more than 700 partners and team members. Aprio is led by Richard Kopelman, its CEO and managing director. Twice Kopelman has been named a Most Admired CEO by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
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