Internships and Jobs

Internship Opportunities

Students have internship opportunities with brokerage and asset management firms, as well as in financial analysis. Some of the places Stetson students have interned include Brown and Brown, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, KCM Asset Management, ZPR Asset Management, and AAA.

Career Opportunities

Finance students have gone on to successful careers in brokerage and financial services, financial analysis, and asset management with Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, ZPR Asset Management, Kennedy Capital Management, Waterstreet Captial Management, and others.

Finance Department Internship

The purpose of this four unit course is to provide students with an opportunity to obtain experiential and practical learning by interning with corporations, financial institutions, or government agencies. The Finance Department encourages finance majors to obtain practical experience for their potential career through internships. Students work during the regular semester or during the summer with practitioners in the financial, investment or corporate fields. Interested students should see the Finance Internship Director for the internship application forms.

The objectives of the internship program are to:

  • Equip students with the necessary skills for their future job search.
  • Expose students to different career opportunities.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Possess at least junior level status
  • Possess at least a 2.5 grade point average
  • Possess a declared Business major
  • Intern in an organization that is not owned/operated by your immediate family or relative
  • Certify that the internship experience is temporary and educationally related
  • Work a minimum of 15 hours per week during the entire time within the term the internship is taken.
  • Work a minimum of 24 hours per week (8 weeks for the Summer Term)
  • Only intern one term, for academic credit, during your time at Stetson University
  • Intern in a job directly related to your academic major
  • Satisfactorily complete and submit to the Finance Program Director all internship forms in a timely manner
  • Students meeting the minimum requirements are not guaranteed acceptance into the Finance Internship Program. Final approval regarding individual student's acceptance into this Program is determined by the Finance Program Director.
  • Once approved, students must enroll in FIN 397 in order to receive course credit for the internship.


Finance Dept. Internship Companies
Abacus Advisors
Air Media Shangai
American Cancer Society
American Express Financial Advisors
B & L  Financial Architects 
Bairnco Co.
Brown and Brown
Caldwell Banker
China Minsheng Bank
Coldwell Banker
D. Carnagie AB
Federal Development LLC
Fleishel Financial Services
Florida Fish & Wildlife
Frank Reynolds and Company
G.E. Aviation Materials L.P. 
Harbor Federal
Indian River National Bank
KCM Asset Management
La Corona Foods Inc. 
Marcus and Millichap
Merrill Lynch
Morgan Stanley
Nations Fence
Oppenheimer Funds
Private Wealth Mgt.
Proxy Aviation Systems
Rail America
Raymond James
Rochester Financial Group
Ryskcon Construction
Seraton 4 Points
Siemens Energy
Smith Barney
Societe Generale Group
South-West Securities
Sperry Van Ness
State Farm Ins.
Sterling Capital Management
The Newport Group
Verasys, LLC
Wells Fargo Advisors
Wells Fargo Securitites
Wicker Smith Law Office
ZPR Investment Management