For recent college graduates or students currently enrolled in an accounting program, Hancock Dana offers a challenging, flexible environment where you can explore your career and gain instant access to experienced professionals.
Training consists of continuing professional education classes, group meetings with situational topics, orientation programs, and monthly HD University seminars to increase staff technical proficiency. Many software applications are used in public accounting, which is why our firm offers and encourages training to gain mastery as appropriate. Further supporting our team, we offer comprehensive CPA exam reimbursement as employee benefits.
We offer scheduling that works around your class schedule, is flexible and manageable to help you make the most of your time with our team.
- Students should be working on an accounting degree toward the 150-hour CPA requirement
- Minimum 3.00 GPA
Our unique approach includes experience in both tax and audit fields, giving students the opportunity to work directly with partners and staff on key projects for a variety of clients and industries.
Others First, Always
Join a dedicated team of financial problem-solvers, always looking out for the best interests of our clients.
We expect our employees to constantly focus on what’s best for our clients and we support independent thinking, which enhances the quality of service we’re able to provide. In turn, our employees gain access to a range of resources that help them perform at the highest level – including the latest computer technology, research materials, and extensive training.
Hancock Dana is a socially responsible firm and encourages our staff to pursue volunteer opportunities and charitable causes they’re passionate about.
We strive to create an environment in which people feel comfortable, yet challenged and equipped, yet not overwhelmed. To help support our team members in doing their best work, we offer flexible schedules, which improves career satisfaction by allowing for greater balance in their lives.