Contact the Internship Coordinator

Internship Coordinator: Laurie Valentino
Email: lvalentino@sjfc.edu
Phone: (585) 385-7344

School of Business Internship Opportunities

The Internship Program at The School of Business is intended to enhance the student educational experience at St. John Fisher College by offering academic credit for internship opportunities in the regional business community.


Internship Benefits

Through this program, students are able to utilize the most up-to-date technical, theoretical, and practical skills learned in the classroom and apply them on-site with a business/organization.

Additionally, students are able to demonstrate some of the most sought after professional skills in the workplace, including:

  • Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Critical thinking
  • Social responsibility
  • Strong foundation of core business knowledge

This unique skill set is the reason why over 67% of interns received further opportunity with their sponsoring organization after the internship semester was completed.

Whether you are a student considering an internship, or are an employer seeking a business intern, please review this website in detail to learn more about the program.

If you have any questions, please contact Laurie Valentino, School of Business Internship Coordinator, lvalentino@sjfc.edu.

Recent Internship Sites

Accounting Internships

Lewis Electric and Power Inc. • Stephen Gaudino CPA CFP • Constellation Brands • Providence Housing Corporation • Ronald McDonald House • Midwest Servicing, Inc. • Wegmans Food Markets • HSBC Bank • Thomas Walpole CPA • Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of New York • Heritage Christian Services • Provvidenza and Wright • Memorial Art Gallery • Christopher C. Pratt, ESQ, CPA • Holy Sepulchre Cemetery • Fredericksen & Sirianni • Tompkins Financial Advisors • Institute for Priority Thinking • Davie Kaplan • Liberty Tax Service • Kasperski Owen & Dinan CPAs • Conlon & Co • Donald J. Pisaro Tax and Investments • Insero & Company CPAs, P.C. • DeJoy, Knauf & Blood LLP • Binder Electric Corporation • Fredericksen & Sirianni LLP • Donald Pisaro CFP

Finance Internships

Innovative Solutions • Finger Lakes Federal Credit Union • Angelo Planning Group • First American Equipment Finance • Ameriprise Financial • Donald J. Pisaro, EA, CFP • Lawley Insurance • AXA Financial Advisors • Canal View Financial Advisors • Holy Sepulchre Cemetery • Northwestern Mutual Financial Network • Upstate Special Needs Planning

Human Resources Management Internships

Hillside Family of Agencies • Mary Cariola Children's Center • Excellus BCBS • USA Staffing Network Inc.

Management Internships

Enterprise Rent-A-Car • Roc Euro • Wegmans Food Markets • Love Bugs Nursery School • IEC Electronics Corporation • Zeller Corporation • Daniele Family Company • Entre Computer Services • First Niagara Bank • Jacobstein Food Services • Whitney and Company • OMNI Security • Bert's Bikes and Fitness

Marketing Internships

Mason Marketing • Wegmans • Valpak • Vantage Advertising, LLC • Brightstack • Netsville Internet Property Management • WannaGetFast • Annese and Associates • Roberts Communications • Dixon Schwabl • Young Entrepreneurs Academy • Waterloo Container • Toshiba Business Solutions • Camp Good Days and Special Times • Stacy K Floral • USA Staffing Network • Infinity AdBoards • City of Rochester • CGI Communications • Ad Council of Rochester • DebtorWise • Nothnagle Realtors • INS Consulting • WM Morse Lumber Co. • Persuasive Communications • SouthFloridaLuxuryTV • Twin Advertising • The Verdi Group

Internship Spotlight

Emma Neatour

Emma Neatour '15

Emma Neatour had a very unique internship experience as a Marketing Intern for Stacy K Floral, a small, up-and-coming flower shop located on scenic Park Avenue.

Although Emma worked for a floral shop and not a marketing agency, she still learned and incorporated valuable skills such as client communication, product/service promotion, and social media content creation and execution. However, she also had the opportunity to assist in the floral bouquet construction process, the delivery process, and the daily duties for a small business operation.

Emma specifically worked to improve the shop's social media outreach to attract more customers by highlighting the shop's unique floral work.

Emma said that she learned a lot about inventory, pricing, and how a store runs - all things she could learn in the classroom, but could only gain a real understanding of through real-world experience. She plans on interning until graduation in order to gain as much experience as possible before finding a position in the marking field.

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