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Our 2020-2021 Internship Program is open for applications

Date: 1 September 2020

In 2019 Roberts & Morrow launched the Internship Program with the University of New England (UNE) where we offered four intern placements in November 2019 and running through to February 2020. The successful candidates completed the three month learning journey in February, however we are grateful to have had three of them stay on with the Firm as cadets, continuing to work while they complete their degree at UNE.

The 2019-2020 Interns

From learning about the Firm’s vision for the furure and engaging with exciting technology every day, to site visits to our other offices, along with a trip to MYOB headquarters in Sydney, the Internship offers students the opportunity to not only gain valuable experience with our specialist teams in Financial Planning, Superannuation, Audit, Business Advisory and Specialist Tax Law, but to also work on fundamental tasks such as completing; tax returns, BAS & IAS statements, financial statements and client file processing and gained exposure to clients in a range of industries.

This year we are opening applications once again on September 1, 2020 and you can apply up until the 16th of October. To learn more about this year’s program, click here to read our 2020 Internship Factsheet.

You can also have a look at the video below from last year’s program, where the interns share their experience working at Roberts & Morrow:

Applications for our 2020 internship program will close on October 16th, 2020. If you know someone who would love this opportunity, tell them to get in touch with us via enquiries@rm.net.au or phone 02 6774 8400.

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