On-Campus Interviews

icon_interview1The following companies are currently scheduled to conduct on-campus interviews this semester.  Campus interviews are open to all qualifying students and/or graduates, as specified below by each organization.  If you are interested in any of these opportunities, and meet all of the stated qualifications, follow the instructions posted with each opportunity in order to be considered.  For those positions indicating “preselection”, be sure to submit your resume as directed to be considered for an interview time.

Dixon Hughes Goodman:  Tuesday, September 9
Majors Sought:  Accounting; Masters in Accountancy
Job Title:  Summer Intern
Job Description:  Interns will have the same engagement responsdixonhughesgoodmanibilities as our associates. They will prepare tax returns and be a part of an audit team and will assist in planning engagements.  Our internships afford students exposure to both tax and audit.
Qualifications:  December 2014, May 2015 & August 2015 Graduates; Minimum 3.30 GPA; US Citizenship Required; 100% Preselection
To be considered:  Submit your resume for the Meet The Firms event.

CBIZ-MHM:  Wednesday, September 10
cbiz_smallMajors Sought:  Accounting, Masters In Accountancy
Job Title:  Audit & Tax Interns; Audit & Tax Associates (See CareerLinX position #4293 for complete description)
Qualifications:  Juniors & Seniors eligible for Intern Positions; December 2014 & May 2015 Graduates; Minimum 3.40 GPA; US Citizenship Not Required (F1-Visa Candidates and Permanent US Residents are eligible); Must bring unofficial copy of transcript to the interview; 100% Preselection
To be considered:  Submit your resume for the Meet The Firms event, or submit your resume to CareerLinx position #4293 no later than September 4th

rbgReynolds Bone & Griesbeck:  Tuesday, September 16
Majors Sought:  Accounting, Masters In Accountancy
Job Title:  Spring 2015 Internship; Audit & Tax Staff (Full Time)
Job Description:  Looking for real-world experience in public accounting? RBG can deliver! Participating in an RBG Spring Internship provides valuable experience in the areas of audit or tax by exposing interns to the same responsibilities of our first-year staff accountants. Assignments also allow for many opportunities to work alongside RBG partners and other professionals on a variety of client engagements. Go to www.rbgcpa.com to check out career information. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter @rbgcareers, Google+ and YouTube. Firm Information: If you want to be a part of a firm that garners instant respect throughout the Mid-South, keep reading. Because we didn’t become the oldest and one of the largest Memphis-based CPA firms today by being anything less than the best at what we do. We deliver solutions that go beyond typical public accounting services. If you’ve got what it takes to be an RBG associate, we’ll give you every opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills to become the best you can be.
Qualifications:  Juniors & Seniors are eligible for internship; December 2014 & May 2015; Minimum 3.00 GPA; US Citizenship Required (F1-Visa Candidates and Permanent US Residents are not eligible); 100% Preselection
To be considered:  Submit your resume for the Meet The Firms event, or submit your resume to CareerLinx position #4361 (intern) and/or #4367 (full-time) no later than September 9th.

19x[1]International Paper:  Friday, September 19th
Majors Sought:  STEM Majors (Tentative)
Full Details TBA

Peace Corps:  Tuesday, October 7th
Majors Sought:  All Majors
Job Title:  Peace Corps Volunteer
Job Description:  The Peace Corps has been a leader in international development and citizen diplomacy for more than 50 years across more than 139 countries. In an increasingly interdependent world, we tackle challenges that know no borders—such as climate change, pandemic disease, food security, and gender equality and empowerment. Although times have changed since the Peace Corps’ founding in 1961, the agency’s mission—to promote world peace and friendship—has not. Today, the Peace Corps is more vital than ever, working in collaboration with partner organizations and using cutting-edge technologies and well-tested best practices to enhance impact.  Our more than 215,000 current and returned Volunteers know that the Peace Corps changes lives—both their own and the lives of people in communities around the worlpeacecorpsd. They learn about leadership, ingenuity, self-reliance, and relationship building and become global citizens. Peace Corps Volunteers reflect the very best of humanity, innovation and aspiration for a better tomorrow. When they return home, they share their stories and experiences and give back to their own communities, helping to strengthen international ties and increase our global competitiveness.
Qualifications:  Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors are eligible; Minimum 2.50 GPA; US Citizenship Required
To Apply:  Sign up for an interview time through your CareerLinX account (click “Events”, and select an interview time next to the Peace Corps Campus Interviews listing.