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Program Internships

As part of Eastern’s focus on employability, all students are encouraged to obtain practical experience in their disciplines. The primary focus of these experiences is on student learning. Faculty internship supervisors encourage students to reflect on their work experiences, evaluate whether the students achieved their learning goals, and work with the student to explore long-term career goals in light of their work experiences.

 

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Planning for Internships by Class

  • Explore your career options within your major.

    Identify possible organizations of interest. 

  • Learn about those organizations and use your communication skills to build contacts in them.

    Use the online tools available to explore careers related to your discipline.

    Attend career fairs.

    Begin developing your resume.

  • Discuss timing of your internship with your academic advisor.

    Submit your internship application.

    Meet with the internship coordinator.

    Develop your job search and interviewing skills with the Office of Career Success.

  • Meet with the internship coordinator to discuss internship opportunities and finalize course registration.

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Our Business Division Internship Coordinator is available to help students navigate the process of finding internships, completing the appropriate forms, and connecting with a faculty supervisor within their major. Please schedule an appointment with the internship coordinator Karen Crowley prior to becoming a senior or wanting to do an internship.

Business Division Internship Coordinator
Karen Crowley, University Assistant

Webb Hall, Rm. 420
(860) 465-4627
crowleyk@easternct.edu

Book an appointment.

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Applications to acquire an internship in Accounting, Business Administration, Business Information Systems, Economics, and Finance are available through this link

Program Internship Requirements and Information

  • Accounting internships are open to junior and senior accounting students who have a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher at the time of registration.

    Internships are not required as part of the Accounting major, but they are encouraged.

    Accounting Program Coordinator
    Dr. Moh'd RuJoub
    (860) 465-5284

    rujoubm@easternct.edu

     

  • Internships for credit are open to senior business administration majors who have 90 credits at the time of their internship and have maintained the minimum GPA of 2.7 or higher.

    To graduate as a Business Administration major, each student must complete an internship.

    Business Administration Internship Coordinator
    Karen Crowley, University Assistant (Business Division)
    (860) 465-4627
    crowleyk@easternct.edu

    Book a virtual appointment.

     

  • Business Information Systems majors are required to complete a qualifying Internship/Co-op. 

    Please contact Dr. Citurs to discuss any BIS internship or co-op.

    Business Information Systems Program Coordinator
    Dr. Alex Citurs
    (860) 465-0077
    citursa@easternct.edu

     

  • Economics majors are required to complete an internship or co-op of 3-6 credits. 

    Please contact the Business Division Internship Coordinator to begin the process.

    Internship Coordinator
    Karen Crowley, University Assistant (Business Division)
    (860) 465-4627
    crowleyk@easternct.edu

    Book a virtual appointment.

     

  • Finance majors are required to complete 3 or 6 credit internship.

    Please contact the Business Division Internship Coordinator to begin the process.

    Internship Coordinator
    Karen Crowley, University Assistant (Business Division)
    (860) 465-4627
    crowleyk@easternct.edu

    Book a virtual appointment.