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. He has bee...

Intern Reviews

  • "Everyone I worked on returns with was very accommodating and checked in regularly to make sure I was on track and had everything I needed. Since we were mainly remote, they tried to keep us all connected as much as possible through games, meetings, and thank-you gifts."
  • "The firm is very welcoming and very interested in starting conversations about work-life balance and life outside of the company."
  • "The culture is great. There are so many ways to get involved on committees and to recognize co-workers for their accomplishments. They are always trying to make you feel welcomed and apart of the team, even as an intern."
  • "It was all okay because it was only 3-4 months. Long-term will be a different story. Culture and environment was very friendly, open, and welcoming. Full-time and a little overtime."

Getting Hired Here

  • "The interview process was competitive, but laid back. I was able to interview one time for a spot at their Student Leadership Program and then while attending the SLP, I only ever had to have conversations with employees that never felt like interviews."
  • "I attended a Summer Leadership Program where I was able to get to know the firm well and they were able to get to know me. From that I applied and had a simple interview process beyond that."
  • "The process was the perfect length. I started with an interview for their summer leadership program, completed the SLP, then was offered to interview for an internship. Once I interviewed, which was not too casual but also not extremely taxing, I was offered an internship. I would say they are relatively selective for internship candidates since there was a multi-step process, but it works well because they expect a lot out of their interns."
  • "I really liked that the whole interview process felt comfortable and natural as if it was just a conversation with a friend. It was evident that they wanted to know me as a whole rather than just my qualifications."