Business Department Internship Program

Process of Internship in the Business Department

Current Business Majors can contact:
Leslie Elken, MS Ed
Business Internship Coordinator

The Business Internship Program at Eastern is a faculty-led initiative that seeks to provide students with work experience that enhances their classroom knowledge, so students are best prepared to honor God with their gifts and talents in the workplace upon graduation. This program provides an opportunity for majors to learn professional, practical and relational workforce skills, while conferencing with an Eastern faculty member during the internship experience. Internships may be sought as early a sophomore year, and students may earn up to 12 credits while attending Eastern, based on hours worked. Students complete their internship course by synthesizing their hands on experiences, their challenge to integrate faith and business practices, and their studies in a final paper. Students may seek out internships in the Philadelphia area, in their hometowns, nationally, or internationally, depending on individual career goals and schedules. Summer internship opportunities are counted in the fall semester, and Christmas Break opportunities are counted in the spring semester.

The Office of Talent and Career is another resource to learn more about internship opportunities at Eastern.


Shaina Rajan“My internship with the Philadelphia 76ers was key to my success after college. Through the relationships I built and the time I spent understanding the sports industry at the Sixers, I was able to transfer my position as an intern to a full time role immediately after graduation. I highly recommend taking advantage of internship opportunities while at Eastern.”
Shaina Rajan '15
HR Specialist
Parts Life, Inc. 

David Hipp"Internships provide a learning experience that you cannot find in a classroom. An insight of how to work with and for people in the business world is one of the most valuable things a student can learn. All of the basic skills that you have learned in the classroom can be utilized in the workplace, and can also help further your knowledge in the field you have selected. Internships are the best way to find your niche in your industry of study."
David Hipp '18, Accounting & Finance Major, Mathematics Minor
Summer Intern at Bauersfeld, Burton, Hendricks & Vanderhoof, LLC
Spring Intern at QVC

Alexa Musser"Internships serve as an incredible opportunity to not only gain real-life experience in your industry of choice, but to build and develop a specific skill set that really enhances and goes beyond what a student can learn in the classroom. It's a great way to bring what you're learning in the classroom to life!"
Alexa Musser '18, Accounting & Finance and Management Double Major
Summer Intern at Hershey Entertainment & Resorts
Spring Intern at KPMG
Summer Intern at EY

Grant Smith"My internship provided me the opportunity to practice and refine the leadership skills that are necessary for me to take on the management position in small business where I am starting my career."
Grant Smith '18, Management Major, Marketing Minor
Summer & Spring Intern at Family First Appliance Repair


Brayden Sauerbier“Internships give students an excellent opportunity to take a realistic look at an industry, because they work closely with entry level positions. Students gain insight into figuring out if career paths they are considering are truly the right ones for them. Internships are an excellent way to prepare for the future.”
Brayden Sauerbier '18, Accounting & Finance Major
Summer Intern at AGP Wealth Advisors


Abby Rzaca“Since my internship, I have found that I am more prepared to take on new challenges and put myself out there for new and different opportunities that I would not have been comfortable with before.”
Abby Rzaca '19, Marketing Major, Communication Studies Minor
Summer Intern at Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs


Morales“Since my internship I have found I am more prepared to thrive in the industry. I have gained valuable experience that will enable me to be a value to the company that I intend to work for post graduation. I feel more confident in working with entrepreneurs to grow their businesses.” 
Lenise Morales '19, Entrepreneurial Studies Major
Spring Intern at STC Direct
Summer Intern at In the Light Ministries 
Fall Intern at Uncommon Individual Foundation

A Sampling of Internships of Business Majors

  • Aberdeen Iron Birds/ Ripkin Baseball
  • Abler Hospital (China)
  • AC Products, Inc.
  • ACTS Retirement Life Communities
  • Allstate Insurance
  • Andy Talley Bone Marrow Foundation
  • Ashley Furniture Homestores
  • Bank of America
  • Bank of Communications (China)
  • B Lab
  • Bradley Graphic Solutions
  • Brown Bag Catering
  • Bucknell University
  • Campaign for Working Families
  • Carebridge
  • Chick Fil A
  • Cianci Tax & Accounting
  • Clifton Larson Allen, LLP
  • Cocco’s Pizza
  • Come Unity
  • Compass Ion Advisors
  • Cradles to Crayons
  • Crescent Industries
  • DGK Group
  • Defense Logistics Agency
  • Dentsply Caulk
  • Dollar Financial Corporation
  • DP, Inc
  • Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore
  • Enterprise Rent-a –Car
  • Equal Dollars Community Currency
  • EY
  • EU Finance & Operations Department
  • EU Athletic Department
  • EU Talent & Career Department
  • Family First Appliance Repair
  • Feastivities Events
  • Finish Line
  • Forge Wealth Management Group
  • Four Seasons Hotels
  • Freedom Mortgage, Inc
  • Frontline Technologies
  • FX Duffy & Co.
  • GO ED
  • Golden Nugget Casino Hotel
  • Hand in Hand Soap
  • Hartford City Missions
  • Hatboro Horsham Athletic Department
  • HEADstrong Foundation
  • Her Hideout
  • Heres 2 Cool Stuff
  • Herr’s  Snacks
  • Hershey Entertainment & Resorts
  • High Tower Advisors
  • His Branches, Inc
  • Hometown Health
  • In the Light Ministries
  • Increase Beverage International, Inc.
  • Independence LED Lighting
  • Industrial Bank (China)
  • IPipeline
  • Iron Pigs Lehigh Valley
  • Jeri Solomon Floral Design
  • Karr Barth/AXA Advisors
  • Kemper Equipment, Inc.
  • L2 Capital Partners
  • Lebenthal Holdings, LLC
  • Lucky Motors
  • Major League Ultimate
  • March of Dimes
  • Marcum LLP
  • McKonly & Asbury, Inc.
  • Mexican Consulate
  • MidAtlantic Employers’ Association
  • Montecristi Cablevison
  • Mover’s Specialty Services, Inc.
  • Mufson, Howe, Hunter & Company
  • Murray Securus
  • NAMB
  • New Jersey Economic Development Authority
  • New York Life
  • Noah Holding
  • Northrup Grumman Corporation
  • Northwestern Mutual
  • nThrive
  • Optera Healthcare Strategies
  • Paladin Enterprises
  • Penncora
  • Perfectly Pennsylvania Gifts
  • Philadelphia 76ers
  • Philadelphia Union
  • Plan International
  • Play it Again Sports
  • PMA Companies
  • Power Home Remodeling Group
  • Precyse
  • Push the Rock
  • Quality Degree, Inc.
  • QVC
  • Radnor Tax, LLC
  • Radwyn Apartments
  • Rebel Hill Consulting
  • Reminder Media
  • San Diego Auto Connection
  • Saxby’s Coffee
  • SCT Direct, Inc.
  • Shady Maple
  • Shiloh Bible Camp
  • Showstoppers Photography
  • Smucker Company
  • Splashflood
  • Streamline Mortgage Resolutions
  • St. Clair CPA
  • Surplus Hands
  • Systems Solutions, Inc.
  • Uncommon Individual Foundation
  • US Mortgage Resolutions
  • United States Probation & Pretrial Services
  • USLI/Devon Park Specialty
  • Tactix Real Estate Advisors
  • Taste of Haiti
  • TD Bank
  • Tencent (China)
  • TEK Systems
  • The Inn at Grace Winery
  • Title Boxing Club
  • Trinity Logistics
  • TTi, Inc
  • Victory in Christ Christian Center
  • Viscul Creative
  • Visiting Angels
  • Volvo AB
  • Wawa
  • Wein Interiors
  • The Whitford Company
  • Wegmans
  • Williamsport Crosscutters
  • Yes And… Collaborative Arts
  • Young Lives

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