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Behind All of the Accounting

When I heard the name Schneider Downs, all that came to mind was accounting. Little did I know that behind this company name lies so much more. Going to

The Switch from Accounting to Technology

Even as a student at Serra Catholic High School, I knew that I wanted to go to college to earn a degree in business. After only a few weeks in my first

Rebooting My Life

For a computer, a reboot can help fix a myriad of problems. It clears the system and allows for a fresh start. For me, my reboot came from the start of

The Importance of Experience

From the very beginning of my college education at Ohio University, I knew that I wanted to be a Certified Public Accountant. Along the way of getting

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My Major, Major Switch

When I first entered the corner of Real and World, Point Park University, I did not have a clue on what I wanted to do. I just knew of one thing: I wanted
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Mandy Davin | 7.11.2016

An Appetizer of Auditing

I go to Duquesne University and the professors there really encourage hands-on experience. They know that internships are essential to becoming a professional

Schneider Downs Summer Insight

Having the opportunity to intern at Schneider Downs the past two years has been an incredible learning experience. This year I came into the summer expecting

Big Thinking. Personal(ity) Focus.

Ever since I declared my accounting major, I had my heart set on a Big 4 internship because that’s all I ever heard about from advisors and professors.

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The Importance of an Internship

Going into my last year of college, I have been faced more often than not by the daunting question of what I plan on doing after I graduate. This is especially

My Shot at Auditing

Heading into college, like most people, I was unsure of what I wanted my major to be. I knew I loved working with numbers, but I still didn’t know

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