People & general culture, an environment where learning is encouraged and challenges are given to your abilities, good compensation with time and a half over 40 hours, lots of food provided to help get through extra hours.
Hours were occasionally very long, but that's part of busy season. However, they never forced you into working more than you were able.
Advice to Potential Interns
If you want to be treated as a person where you work rather than just another worker, try Rehmann. Let your personality show through your interviews. If you get the internship, make yourself known to your coworkers and get to know them, but don't kiss up. Be willing to put in good work and don't take offense to any criticism you receive. Use any criticism to perform better in the future and you will stand out.
Advice to Management
Sometimes training left me feeling like I still didn't know what I was doing, but everything ended up coming together as I continued to work. Everyone is very helpful in helping the interns understand the work they are doing. I took two internships and training got better between the first and second, so this must be something they are working hard to improve.