Steve - Audit

"I have mainly been working on auditing Employee Benefit Plans. I have typically worked on 1-2 different clients a week and either working on them in the office or at the client site. Client sites have been either in the city, suburbs, or in neighboring states (Wisconsin). I was also able to work on a summer year end typical audit client in Colorado for two weeks. Overall, the experience has been great because I was able to work on so many different things between all of the different clients and people."

Meghan - Tax

"Over the last eight weeks, I have had the fortunate opportunity to work on close to twenty different projects, and with dozens of great, passionate people.  The scope of each project was completely unlike another and ranged from individual returns to drafting a letter to the IRS. The last eight weeks were challenging, but this team is so supportive and made it seem so effortless.  The most rewarding takeaway from this internship is the huge amount I learned and the friends and connections I made."

Jenn - Audit

"I spent most of my time working on Employee Benefit Plans for various different companies in the Chicago Area. I did a lot of participant data, benefit payment, and loan testing where I was responsible for verifying that all plans were running in accordance with company and Department of Labor standards. Overall, my internship was a fantastic experience. I learned a lot about auditing, met a ton of really great people, and had a really great summer working for Baker Tilly."

Alli - Tax

"I have been working on a variety of different projects that range from preparing various corporate and individual tax returns, to going on client visits, and shadowing the Specialty Tax Service groups in the office. One of the most rewarding things about my internship so far has been gaining an understanding of tax concepts that I had never been previously exposed to. The support of everyone I’ve worked with in the Tax department has really made a difference and helped me achieve things that seemed nearly impossible on day one."