Newman University  – We Are Your Firm

Join Adams Brown’s Jets

The path to a career in accounting often takes many twists and turns. For interns, this starts with:

  • an initial introduction to Adams Brown (meet our campus ambassadors pictured here!)
  • optional job shadowing opportunities
  • a semester-long internship focused on tax, audit, accounting, finance, wealth management, IT or agribusiness
  • a potential offer for a part-time or full-time position after your internship

The firm provides students with learning opportunities and essential experiences designed to build confidence, deepen technical knowledge and provide the practical experience needed to get to the next level.

Internship Experience

Through our internship program, accounting, audit, tax, wealth management and IT students get practical, on-the-job experience, as well as an opportunity to assess their interest in a career path with our firm. Many interns continue on with the firm as student workers and then assume full-time positions after graduation.

As an intern, you’ll:

  • Feel supported
  • Start with your feet on the ground and learn what’s in every direction
  • Be a professional while having fun
  • And, at the end of the journey, be a step ahead

Let’s Get a Jets Victory

Ready to take the next step? Let’s do it! Apply on Handshake or fill out the form on this page.

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About Newman University

Newman University is a private Catholic university located in Wichita, Kansas.  It was founded in 1933 by the Adorers of the Blood of Christ as Sacred Heart Junior College. In 1958, the college was renamed as Sacred Heart College and became a four-year institution. In 1973, it was renamed as Kansas Newman College and later in 2008, it became Newman University. The university offers undergraduate and graduate programs in various fields including business, education, nursing, theology, social work, and more. Newman University is known for its strong Catholic identity and commitment to service, as well as its small class sizes and personalized attention to students.