Internship Requirements

  • Cumulative GPA is at least a 2.0 and in good academic standing
  • Work a minimum of 80 hours per enrolled credit hour
  • Work a minimum of four weeks; more hours are encouraged
  • Engage in a new experience (not previous employment)
  • Supervisor cannot be a relative or friend
  • Can be virtual or in-person
  • Must have at least sophomore standing (minimum of 45 credit hours)
  • Register and complete the internship course concurrently with the internship
    • Retroactive registration for a past experience will not be approved

Fall 2022 Internship Info

Fall 2022 Internship Information Session

Required for all business majors who want to register their internship for academic credit.

If you plan to complete an internship for academic credit during Fall 2022, you are required to view the pre-recorded Business Internship Information Session prior to registering your internship through EJN. You can view the 15-minute recording here. This recording will discuss how to register your internship on the Elon Job Network, as well as review the academic coursework associated with the BUS 3985/ACC 4985 course. Please contact with further questions.

Internship Registration Deadline

Monday, August 29 at 5 p.m.

Instructions for how to register your internship on The Elon Job Network

Need assistance searching for an internship?

If you would like help finding an internship, please contact the Porter Family Professional Development Center at 336.278.6064 or make an appointment with a career advisor through EJN.

Drop-in hours will also be held in the Porter Family Professional Development Center Monday-Thursday 12-2 p.m. Stop by to get your quick questions answered!


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Student Spotlight: Savannah Josey ’23

Human Resources Analytics Intern at Fidelity Investments

Savannah standing smiling Major: Business Analytics

Minor: Spanish

Internship responsibilities:

  • Built comprehensive dashboards that increase the efficiency, quality, demographic understanding, and overall satisfaction of services offered to Fidelity employees
  • Analyzed qualitative and quantitative datasets using Excel and Tableau, built SQL queries, and streamlined cross-department data in preparation for automating visualizations that would inform the department’s strategy for internal career mobility services
  • Presented recommendations to senior managers using data visualization and descriptive analytics related to enhancing internal clients’ career satisfaction across all business units in Fidelity Investments

What I enjoyed most about the experience: My manager was incredibly supportive and helped me to connect with people from all business units in Fidelity to enhance my ability to effectively complete my project and to gain insight into how it would benefit the firm. I was constantly learning from other people, and I loved how supported I felt when exploring my curiosities to build the best final project.

Advice for students seeking employment: Be honest about what you’re passionate and good at. My responsibilities would have looked incredibly different if I hadn’t told my manager at the beginning of the summer about what I was learning in my field of study and what excited me. I was able to provide more value than either of us could have anticipated because we were honest with each other. In other words, be your own biggest advocate. Other people don’t know what you’re capable of if you don’t advocate for your skill sets and ability to grow into bigger projects.