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Details and Requirements

To be considered for an ALDOR Internship, you must:

  • Be a sophomore, junior or senior in good standing at a four-year, accredited college or university;
  • Have a declared major in one of the following disciplines:
    • Accounting
    • Business-related degrees (business administration, public administration, finance, marketing, management, or related field)
    • Information Technology
    • Computer Science
  • Have successfully completed a minimum of five courses in the field of your major.

As an ALDOR intern, you will work in one of the following tax divisions:

  • Business and License Tax
  • Financial Operations
  • Income Tax Administration
  • Income Tax Audit and Appeals
  • Information Technology
  • Motor Vehicle
  • Property Tax
  • Sales and Use Tax

Internships are available in Montgomery at ALDOR’s central office, as well as across the state at our Taxpayer Service Centers, located in:

  • Florence
  • Huntsville
  • Gadsden
  • Birmingham
  • Tuscaloosa
  • Montgomery
  • Auburn/Opelika
  • Dothan
  • Mobile

NOTE: Internships in Information Technology or Computer Science are available in Montgomery central office only.