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The Chicago Community Trust is a community foundation dedicated to improving our region through strategic grant making, civic engagement and inspiring philanthropy. We are here to serve the nonprofit organizations, the generous donors and the thoughtful residents who strive to make a difference, helping their bold vision create lasting community change. We work with a number of partnerships and initiatives to accomplish this work.

We are privileged to serve our community and invite those who connect with our mission, vision, and values to explore employment opportunities with the Trust. To learn more, please visit the Trust online at www.cct.org

The Chicago Community Trust is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Accounting Internship - Finance

  • Job Tracking ID: 512298-721806
  • Job Location: Chicago, IL
  • Level of Education: Any
  • Job Type: Internship
  • Date Updated: February 06, 2020
  • Starting Date: ASAP
  • Education: 2nd Year Master Program
  • Application Deadline: Until filled



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Job Description:

Summary:

An Finance Internship is available at The Chicago Community Trust to degree seeking accounting/finance students or recent graduate. The internship is within the Accounting/Finance department. The Finance Intern will be receiving training on various accounting duties including: reconciliations, general ledger entries, and bank accounts for multiple legal entities. Hourly rate $15

Student with path towards Major in Accounting or finance or a recent graduate. CPA seeking is a plus.

Intern will receive training on providing accounting support, analysis and reconciliations

  • Perform balance sheet reconciliations and record the appropriate correcting journal entries
  • Review and understand organization’s intercompany accounting relationships to verify and ensure accuracy of related journal entries.
  • Support investment analysis and reconciliations
  • Support the cash receipt function by entering and recoding gifts received
  • Assist with annual financial audit (prepare and/or review work papers).
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience and Skills:

Qualifications:

* Must be in good academic standing and have a GPA of 3.0 or above;
* Must have a demonstrated commitment to the Chicago community and not-for-profit sector;
* Must have good research skills;
* Have the ability to work independently with minimal supervision;
* Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal; specifically in writing summaries and presenting data and information in a visual format;
* Excellent organization, project management and analytical skills;
* Proficient in Microsoft Office software programs.