Finance and accounting internships have some similarities, as both offer the opportunity to gain practical, real-world experience in the financial sector. However, there are also some differences between the two. Accounting internships typically focus on the recording and reporting of financial transactions, as well as auditing and tax preparation. Accounting interns may be involved in tasks such as bookkeeping, financial statement preparation, and audit support. Finance internships, on the other hand, often focus on financial analysis, investment research, and risk management. When completing your Virtual Internship application, you can specify your preferences.