It is important to make sure that you will meet your state's requirements when you graduate.
Meet with a faculty advisor or career counselor or check the NASBA website for eligibility rules.
Sophomore year is a great time to start making professional connections, while you continue building your network and, of course, focus on your grades.
During your junior year, it is important to start preparing for internship recruiting.
Internships are a terrific way to get real-world experience prior to graduation and, frequently, internships lead to full-time job offers!
Internships are typically available to students who will graduate 12-18 months after they intern.
On many campuses, KPMG recruits students who will graduate on a four-year track in the fall of their third year.