Spring 2024 Small Business Financial Analysis/Consulting Internship

The University of Scranton Small Business Development Center

Application process open to current University of Scranton Students:

Gain valuable experience by assisting the SBDC with small business consulting! You'll be helping make an impact on small business clients across the region by providing sound research and financial analysis to help them make informed business decisions.

The University of Scranton Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides consulting and training to businesses of an 8-county region of northeastern Pennsylvania. An accredited affiliate of America’s SBDC and the Pennsylvania SBDC network, the SBDC is part of the Kania School of Management and is located on The University of Scranton’s campus.



  • Spring 2024, February start, 10-12 weeks
  • 10-20 hours per week / $10/hour
  • The SBDC is located on The University of Scranton campus

* Requirement: Students are required to check with their college/university career development office to find out if there are any guidelines and/or requirements that must be followed for the internship, whether by the student and/or the small business host. They are also a great resource for help with cover letters and resumes.


  • Must be a current University of Scranton student, enrolled in classes for the upcoming semester
  • Savvy research skills - database, library, organic searches
  • Strong financial / accounting analysis background and coursework
  • Experienced Excel user
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills


Develop your financial analysis skills by working with SBDC consultants to assist start-ups and growing businesses.

  • Reviewing business plans, assisting with project cost development, and break-even analysis.
  • Assisting SBDC clients by developing projections (profit and loss, balance, cash flow).
  • Analyzing current financials of businesses using information including, but not limited to: tax returns, QuickBooks reports, client meetings, and others.
  • Comparing historical and industry data and/or multipliers against current financials or projections.
  • Assisting SBDC Business Consultants by gathering required documents from small businesses, compiling data, and assisting them with applications to various grant and loan programs.
Type: Accounting/Business
Deadline: 12/10/2023

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