Job and Internship Opportunities
Opportunities for Employers
Are you an employer interested in posting a job or internship opportunity for La Sierra University business students? Contact Cheryl Bauman for more information.
Meet the Firms Night
We have recently held our 28th Annual Sam Croft "Meet the Firms" Night. We invite you to plan ahead for this important event in October 2012, whether or not you currently have openings, so that our students will have the opportunity to meet you and become better acquainted. Internship opportunities are always a plus as well. There is no charge for this event and a light supper will be provided. To learn more and register your business for this event, please contact Cheryl Bauman in the School of Business.
We also regularly post job, internship, and networking opportunities for our students and alumni on our Blog and Twitter pages. Use the links on your right to learn more.
Latest Job / Internship Postings
On-Campus Job Postings at La Sierra University
Looking for an on-campus job? The LSU HR Office regularly updates student job opportunities. Learn more and view jobs by clicking here.
La Sierra University Career Center
Did you know that La Sierra has a Career Center with helpful resources for students? Discover links to job and internship search sites, find helpful tips, and get help with preparing your resume all by clicking here.
Staffmark (multiple opportunities)
Staffmark, one of the top ten commercial staffing companies in the United States, regularly posts attractive opportunities for our students. They are frequently in particular need of accounting students. Click here to view the latest jobs available within a 50 mile radius of the university.
Alliance Resource Group Career Matrix
Each month, Alliance Resource Group sends the School of Business information on hiring trends in the Southern California region as well as a list of attractive positions not always publicly listed. To view the positions for September 2010, click here.
The School’s curricula emphasize workplace spirituality, social entrepreneurship, and ethics. The focused study of these themes as part of the business curriculum fosters intellectual development and expands students’ moral and spiritual horizons. Service-Learning activities simultaneously express its commitments to excellence in the School’s areas of distinctive competence and provide students with the chance to develop appropriate habits and skills.
The School recognizes the importance of business education in cultivating the development of students as whole persons. It educates students—its own majors and others—for active citizenship, assisting in their moral development, facilitating their awareness of culture, and helping them to integrate their work and the rest of their lives. It challenges them to understand work as a potential vocation, a unique responsibility they can receive as a gift from God and an opportunity for service.
School of Business alums have been hired by Fortune 500 firms and other companies including:
Loma Linda University Medical Center
McKinsey & Company, Inc.
Ardent Health Care
Bank of America
State Farm Insurance
Sun Micro Systems
City of Riverside
The Wall Street Journal
City National Bank
Deloitte & Touche
Ernst & Young