Calling all Accounting Majors: Albin, Randall & Bennett Externship May 13-14


Calling all Accounting Majors: Albin, Randall & Bennett Externship May 13-14


Albin, Randall & Bennett, CPAs, is a firm known for providing savvy and sensible advice to growing businesses and families in New England. We’re hosting our annual two day externship, Experience ARB, on May 13th-14th, 2020, and accounting majors are invited to apply. 

What to Expect

Participants will embark on a two day program learning about a career in public accounting and the culture of ARB.  In addition, students will have the chance to meet the entire ARB staff, explore public accounting, and discover how to build a solid career foundation by diving into both audit and tax.

Attendees will participate in interactive panels with industry leaders, learn about our quality client services that shape the New England Economy, and discover how we utilize today’s technologies to work efficiently to serve our clients.

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In addition to the office setting, attendees will also experience some out-of-office fun!  Experience ARB provides exciting and fun opportunities to get to know both ARB and the city of Portland!

Apply Today

Applications for the 2020 externship are open now!  To apply, send us your résumé, an unofficial transcript, and a brief essay expressing your interest in public accounting and in participating in Experience ARB.

Not into writing essays?  Send us your résumé, unofficial transcript, and a quick video instead! Send us a link on YouTube or Vimeo.

Applications are being accepted at

Applications will be accepted through April, 1, 2020 or until all spots are filled. 

Learn more about a career at ARB in our Careers section of the website.

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