July 30, 2019
We invite you to get to know Jebran & Abraham’s Accounting Intern, Julia Previte! Learn what Julia does on and off the clock, and how she contributes to making our firm great!
What do you like best about working for Jebran & Abraham?
I really enjoy the work environment and culture at Jebran & Abraham. Everyone is friendly, helpful, and eager to mentor me. Interning in an environment where I’m exposed to learning something new every day has been an amazing experience.
If you could do any job for one day, what would it be?
I would find it great fun to work at Disney as one of the Disney characters. I just got back from a vacation there and would absolutely love to make little kids’ faces light up all day long!
Favorite vacation spot:
My favorite vacation spot is a tie between Cozumel, Mexico and Disney. Cozumel is my favorite for relaxing and Disney is my favorite for the fun experience!
What is your personal motto?
“Accept what I can’t control and be brave enough to change the things I can”. This philosophy derives from a prayer and I like it because life has thrown me a lot of curve balls that I have either had to learn to accept or work hard to change.
What would you most like to tell yourself at age 13?
“Life is going to turn out okay”. From a young age I was always worried about the future and whether or not I would be successful. Right now, I feel like I have accomplished the success that the 13 year old me dreamed of so I would like her to know she does not need to stress so much.
People would be surprised to know:
I did karate for twelve years and earned my second degree black belt!
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