Engineering Externship

Kbkg Pasadena , CA 91101

Posted 6 months ago


Established in 1999 with offices across the US, KBKG provides turn-key tax solutions to CPAs and businesses. By focusing exclusively on value-added tax services that complement your traditional tax and accounting team, we always deliver quantifiable benefits to clients.

Our firm provides access to our knowledge base and experienced industry leaders. We help determine which tax programs benefit clients and stay committed to handling each relationship with care and diligence. Our ability to work seamlessly with your team is the reason so many tax professionals and businesses across the nation trust KBKG.

KBKG, Inc. is one of the premier consulting firms in the country that specializes in reducing taxes for real estate investors and developers. Our origin dates back to the 1940s through our affiliated accounting practice that was founded in Pasadena, California. Our firm offers a unique combination of heritage, vision, management, and teamwork, providing a variety of services to real estate owners, property managers, Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) and other consultants throughout the country.

KBKG SUMMER EXTERNSHIP / Sophomore Standing (Expected Graduation Class of 2021)

Students will spend the day collaborating with fellow classmates and our firm professionals, interacting with several engineers, leadership workshops and experience the KBKG culture.

Externship Requirements

  • Engineering student with sophomore Standing (Expected Graduation Class of 2021)

  • 3.0 GPA or better

  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word software


Students interested in participating in the externship program should apply below:

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