internships and careers


Learning outside of the classroom is vital, and students in the Business Administration Department are required to complete a 200-hour internship in an organization. The internship must be taken sometime between the beginning of the second term of junior year and the end of the first term of senior year, but usually is completed over the summer before senior year. Students file weekly activity reports with a designated department faculty member, which serve as the basis for a written report presented at the Senior Seminar held in the fall semester, and of an internship review conducted by the Senior Seminar professor and the student.

Recent internships:

  • Alice Peck Day Hospital
  • Ameriprise—Financial Analyst Intern
  • Austin Flynn LLC—Assistant Financial Consultant
  • Business Solutions International—Account Representative
  • Colby Insurance—Marketing and Finance Assistant
  • Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center—Project Assistant, Administration, Revenue Management, and Quality and Safety
  • Flying Goose Brew Pub—Marketing/Renewable Energy Intern
  • Good Beginnings—Intern
  • Huper & Suhner—HR & Finance Intern
  • Latham Pool Products—Junior Accountant
  • Marklin Candle Design—Accounting Intern
  • Merrimack County Long Term Care—Intern
  • New London Hospital—Finance, Wellness Initiatives, and Physician Practices
  • New York Life—Operations and Management Intern
  • Northeast Rehab Hospital—Management Intern
  • Parelli Natural Horsemanship, Inc.—Accounting Clerk
  • The Portal Group—Interactive Marketing Coordinator
  • Rutland Regional Hospital
  • Sullivan County Public Health and Disaster Preparedness Unit
  • U.S. Department of Commerce—International Trade Intern

Careers in Business Administration, Accounting and Health Care Management

The Business Administration Department provides a solid foundation in the liberal arts designed to prepare students for positions in both profit and not-for-profit organizations. Small classes, with frequent opportunity for interaction between faculty and student, provide an effective learning environment.

Career Paths

  • Accounting
  • Business consulting
  • Community relations
  • Field service representative
  • Financial analyst
  • Government Resources
  • Human resource management
  • Investor relations
  • Management
  • Marketing and public affairs
  • Medical staff relations
  • Market research
  • Non-profit management
  • Outreach coordinator
  • Patient Care Services
  • Public relations
  • Recruiter
  • Sales/event management

Harrington Career Development Center

Students are encouraged to use the resources of the Harrington Career Development Center, where they can meet with a counselor to explore career options, internship opportunities and graduate schools.