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Internship

Tax Intern - Spring 2026

🚀 Off-cycle Internship

Austin

AI generated summary

  • You must be an accounting major with 150 credit hours, adaptable, hardworking, and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Must be authorized to work in the US.
  • You will prepare tax returns, learn from experienced professionals, meet performance goals, and improve skills through regular evaluations at this intensive spring internship.

Off-cycle Internship

Accounting & TaxAustin

Description

  • Dauby, O'Connor & Zaleski, LLC (DOZ) is a public accounting firm focused in the affordable housing industry. We work with clients around the country, helping them grow and adapt by offering high quality, specialized accounting services. When our clients succeed, our communities become more equitable. It’s meaningful work!


Requirements

  • Accounting majors on track to graduate with the 150 credit hours required to sit for the CPA exam.
  • Candidates should be entrepreneurial, hardworking, possess critical thinking skills, and be willing to adapt to new and challenging tasks.
  • The preferred cumulative and major GPA is 3.0 or higher.
  • Authorized to work in the US without sponsorship, as a citizen, permanent resident, asylee or refugee.

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Accounting & Tax

Responsibilities

  • Participate in the intern orientation and training/development program designed to provide the tools needed to contribute to client engagements.
  • Prepare partnership, individual, personal property tax, and corporate tax returns.
  • Learn directly from Members, Principals, and Managers with a wide variety of specialized experience and technical knowledge.
  • Complete an average of 250 tax returns within 3.5-month internship.
  • Discuss intern evaluations bi-weekly with group leaders to improve skills and meet performance goals.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

hybrid

Location

Austin

Benefits

  • Hands-On Experience: Interns work real busy-season hours and use DOZ training to achieve personal and professional goals.
  • Teamwork: Each intern works closely and collaborates with other interns via team-oriented groups and frequent communication.
  • Personal Relationships: Working with an assigned DOZ buddy helps interns become acclimated and gain close friendships.
  • Valuable Feedback: Management provides bi-weekly evaluations to identify opportunities for growth, address any concerns, and ensure a positive experience.
  • Mentorship: Interns connect with members who will act as mentors throughout the internship and discuss performance and overall experience at DOZ.
  • Outreach: The DOZ Charitable Foundation allows interns to work with worthwhile causes in the community.