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Finance Intern Track

Program Information

  • Non-Paid Internship
  • Schedule is extremely flexible  
  • Intern is responsible to ensure ALL school requirements are met.
  • Applicants should be actively enrolled in a college/university 
  • Intern will work closely with All or Nothing Performance to form Budgets for Organization, Event and Grant support
  • Intern should be self motivate
  • Most collaboration will be done through Google Meet
  • Intern Track Assignments & Documents will be available in Google Class Room

 

Program Objective

There are plenty of jobs in the business world for those who love analytics and numbers—two of the most common being financial analyst and accountant. While there is some overlap between these two disciplines, they focus on different areas of money management.

A financial analyst looks to past and current trends to help achieve a future reality, while an accountant may review a company's financial data on a day-to-day basis. Many financial analysts use reports generated by accountants to make recommendations about how best to use company resources.

Both careers likely appeal to a similar subset of data-crunching, detail-oriented, and analytical individuals. The major differences boil down to whether you enjoy gathering data to make recommendations or whether you prefer gathering data to ensure accuracy. If it's the former, then you may want to consider becoming a financial analyst. But if you're attracted to the latter, then accounting may be your forte.

The reason we explain these is we feel our Financial Intern Track allows you to explore both area.  As an intern you may work on several of these area:

  • Event Budget Planning and audit
  • Grant Budget Development & Audits
  • Payroll
  • IRS Form 990 (For Non-Profits) 
  • Program Budget Development & Review
  • Book Keeping
  • AAU Club Financial Training & Development

As the program develops you will have input to where this program will head in the future.  Our goal is to develop a team that can support our goal to strengthen our AAU clubs and ultimately improve opportunities and equipment for our athletes.  Your input and participation will allow us to support more athletes that do not have the opportunity to participate due to economical and financial hardships.

Program Contact

Rob Ramsay

Executive Director

Phone: 704-661-5107

All or Nothing Performance
PO Box 121
Cleveland, NC  27013