Tapping into a waning pipeline of talent remains a challenge for many firms, including Baker Newman Noyes, but it has not stopped the New England firm from finding new solutions to the profession-wide problem.
For the past few years, the accounting and advisory firm has held a “pre-internship” program to give undergraduate college students a taste of life at the firm.
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