Internships are real-world learning at its best. They provide an
ideal platform for the exchange of knowledge and ideas between
students and employers.
The Internships and Experiential Learning team serves School of
Management students as well as employers across industries
interested in collaborative learning opportunities.
Internships can occur in fall, spring or summer semesters and must
include a focused project with guided learning objectives.
Our staff assists students with the internship search, interview strategies, résumé and cover letter critiques, networking resources, academic credit registration, work authorization for international students and more.
Our office assists employers with the development of internship descriptions and programs; mentor training; online posting and promotion of internship opportunities; on-campus events including recruiting, information sessions and panel discussions; and guidance regarding international students.
“Our intern went above and beyond in his commitment to
43North. Oftentimes, I forgot he was an intern. Without him, we
would have struggled to complete our judging process. He is an
incredibly hard worker and a great guy. As an alumnus myself, it is
refreshing to see such talent at UB.” — Jon Spitz,
Director of Development, 43North
Internships and Experiential Learning
University at Buffalo
School of Management
Frank L. Ciminelli Family
Career Resource Center