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University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

Jenny from UMHB

Jenny Says: “I began working as an intern at Saville straight out of high school in the summer of 1998. I was very interested in studying accounting in college and thought interning might be a good way to see what it was really like to be a CPA. Even at that young age, the Partners […]

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Tasha from SMU

Tasha Says: “I had a great experience with my internship at Saville. One of the best things about it was that I was trained and doing the same work as all of the other staff. I wasn’t just making copies or limited in what work I could do in comparison to full-time hires. I was […]

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Andrew from Texas Tech

Andrew Says: “My internship was great. I was an intern from January 2009 – August 2009. In that time, I got to work on all of the different types of projects (Individuals, Partnership, S-Corp, Corp, Payroll, Non-Profit) and getting to see everything was really helpful and a great learning experience. The thing I enjoyed the […]

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Maria from UT Dallas

Maria Says: “I began my internship at Saville, Dodgen & Co. on February 14, 2011. It being Valentine’s Day, I was in no doubt that this was a match made in heaven. Of course, I was really nervous because I didn’t know the first thing about taxes. I had never even looked at my own […]

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Michael from TCU

Michael Says: “As an intern I worked on clients ranging from the non-profit, manufacturing, and financial services industry. I was pleasantly surprised at the amount of responsibility I was given while working with clients as an intern. Not only was this hands on way of learning the audit process exciting, I feel it was extremely […]

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Josh from Baylor University

Josh Says: “The great thing about interning at Saville, Dodgen & Co. is the amount of responsibility you are given. I was treated as one of the staff, not “the young intern who doesn’t know how to do anything.” I had the opportunity to work on an audit for one of our smaller clients from start […]

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