MCC’s Internship Program is designed to:
- Provide hands-on experience and education in the student’s field of study.
- Offer the Intern the opportunity to learn finance, marketing, and business
- Enable the intern to excel within our organization or alternate career paths after
completing the program.
MCC’s Internship Program offers real world experience and knowledge of the commercial finance industry, as well as exposure to many other industries. The Program provides inside exposure to the structure, operations, and decision making processes within our company and those we finance.
Intern Duties and Responsibilities
Some specific duties might include: managing outside vendor relationships; creating marketing materials; assisting with direct mail campaigns; preparing for meetings and presentations; loan packaging and underwriting analysis; loan closing administration; corresponding with and attending meetings with prospects and Clients; providing feedback and assistance on all business development activities; researching; creating research reports; and building strategic alliances with other companies in various industries.
Candidates must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university, at the junior level or higher, preferably in an MBA Program. Undergraduate Internship positions are best suited for students majoring in Business Administration, Management, Marketing or Finance.
The ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written or verbal form is a critical component of the necessary skill set required from our Interns. Excellent communication and analytical skills are also imperative.
The hours and length of the Internship Program will be structured to accommodate the Intern’s schedule and study. Most students choose to work between 20 and 40 hours a week. Typical office hours are 9:00 am – 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday, but can often fluctuate throughout the week.
The Intern will learn and be exposed to:
- Valuable inside information about how our company operates and is structured, as well as the same information on many of our Client companies.
- General business procedures and strategies.
- Marketing, finance, and business development skills.
- Business protocol and networking.
- Developing research projects and their application to overall business goals.
- Concrete understanding of how the small business finance industry works and
- A fast-paced, quickly growing, very entrepreneurial company with the inherent
struggles and accomplishments.
If you are interested in working for the Orlando Business Journal’s “Best Place to Work” for 2009, 2007, 2006, and 2005 during the next academic semester (Fall, Spring or Summer), please contact Robin Lashley at (407) 786-5040 or email your resume to her attention at firstname.lastname@example.org.