U.S. Small Business Administration

About U.S. Small Business Administration

Are you excited by the idea of helping to support $39 billion in small business financing and setting proper conditions to stimulate America's economic growth? SBA has been a leader in small business development for more than 60 years. In an increasingly globalized economy, we tackle challenges confronted by the small business community across geographic boundaries.

Although times have changed since the SBA was founded in 1953, the Agency's mission—to promote the growth of small business—has not. Today, SBA is more vital than ever. We work in collaboration with partner organizations and use cutting-edge technologies and well-tested best practices to multiply our impact on small businesses. America's 28 million small businesses are the engine of job creation and economic growth in this country, creating nearly two out of every three new jobs in the United States and employing over half the nation's workforce. SBA ensures that these businesses have the tools and resources required to start and expand their operations, and create jobs that support a growing economy and strengthen America's middle class.


Loan Officer

August 2020 - August 2021 Tampa, FL
“I liked that I could work from home and choose when I would have my thirty minute lunch break and when I could clock in (7am or 8am). I also liked the community we had with our co-workers. If one person did not know how to do something, we would get on Teams and someone would always help out. ”

Business Analyst

July 2018 - August 2018 Washington, DC
“It was educational and inspiring. I had a great mentor who was hands-on in my growth and development during my time at the internship. He is from southern California and a UC alumni so we had a lot to talk about. Just being in that city exposes everyone to so many different professions and careers. I had access to high level government officials that were willing to share their personal experiences with me. ”
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