Internships offer an affordable method of recruitment and training while helping students make important decisions about careers.
Our program requirements include the following:
Designate a skilled supervisor, with professional expertise corresponding to the internship focus, who guides the student and is consistently involved in their professional development.
Your internship includes clearly defined goals with tangible milestones and an appropriate level of challenge that corresponds with their class level. Roughly 80 percent of the intern's time should be connected to the main project. No more than 20 percent of the intern’s assignments can be clerical.
Internships are primarily offered as learning experiences and must include learning objectives (i.e. by the end of the internship, what will your student intern have learned?). Students cannot be treated as consultants hired solely to provide a service to your organization.
Accounting (BS degree program)
Human Resources Management
Operations and Supply Chains Management
Global Services and Supply Management
Information Systems and E-Business
Supply Chains and Operations
Supply Chains and Operations Management
Paid interns feel valued by their employers, are naturally more competitive and result in greater retention in full-time positions. Rates for undergraduate students range from $12 to $15 per hour, and for graduate students, $15 to $35 per hour.
If your company is unable to pay wages, consider providing alternate incentives. For example, many employers reimburse students for transportation or other costs associated with the internship. Consider the following opportunities: