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Internship

Gain hands-on tax auditing experience, integrate your classroom knowledge in a work environment, and develop professional skills as an intern at the Alabama Department of Revenue.

When hiring new employees, the Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) seeks qualified candidates who have an accounting degree or the equivalent. Colleges and universities in the State of Alabama have some of the best accounting majors in the country. As a result, ADOR has developed an internship program that will provide participants with the opportunity to gain hands-on tax auditing experience before graduating from college, under the tutelage of a mentor. As an intern, you will work closely with experienced revenue professionals, gaining insight into their job responsibilities and duties. You will be able to explore, experience, and learn one of the primary functions of the Department, allowing you to integrate classroom knowledge into practical principles in a work environment. Upon successful completion of the program, ADOR will encourage interns to apply for permanent positions such as Revenue Examiner, Tax Valuation Analyst I, and Accountant with the Department, near or upon graduation.

Benefits of being an ADOR Intern:

  • Gain hands-on tax auditing/accounting/analysis experience.
  • Integrate classroom knowledge into practical principals in a work environment.
  • Network with professionals in your field of study.
  • Explore career options and identify future job opportunities.
  • Develop professional and soft skills specific to your career interests, such as teamwork, communication, time management, etc.
  • Learn from professional mentors.

ADOR Mission Statement: The mission of the Alabama Department of Revenue is to efficiently and effectively administer the revenue laws in an equitable, courteous, and professional manner in order to fund governmental services for the citizens of Alabama. (Adopted September 5, 1996)

Details & Requirements

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How to Apply

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FAQ

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