School of Business in conjunction with career services
The School of Business Internship center is designed to be a resource for students, faculty and business managers alike.
One of the recurring themes in any entry level job search is the lack of experience factor. "Where do I get experience if no one is willing to hire me?" The answer is simple: Get an internship!
Work experience not only makes you more marketable as a job candidate, it also gives you the opportunity to gain greater understanding about your chosen field.
- National Internship Opportunities
- Internship Student Application Form
- Local Internship Opportunities
- Enhancing your resume with career related experience.
- Building contacts for your future job search.
- Learning more about your chosen industry or field.
- Applying academic learning to hands-on situations.
- Becoming more knowledgeable about general work functions.
- Investigating organizational culture.
- Learning career-related skills such as, public speaking, report-writing, dealing with customers...
- Polishing communication skills needed in the workplace.
- Access to young energetic educated workers
- Opportunity to interact with the University
- Opportunity to find future employees without the risk of immediate hire
- Provide them with an early opportunity to gauge the talents of a new generation of workers and, in many cases, sell themselves as a quality place for students to begin their careers after they graduate.
- Their fresh perspectives often challenge entrenched processes and attitudes that have outlived their usefulness.
- Interns also often prove to be invaluable recruiting tools when they return to campus.
Read more: Internships - Advantage, Cost, Benefits of Internship Programs, Setting up Internships and Distinguishing Interns from Employees.