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Why An Internship?

  • Acquire hands-on experience applying classroom knowledge on the job
  • Verify career and degree choice
  • Network with decision makers and business professionals
  • Possibility of permanent employment
  • Provides opportunity for resume building
  • Help acclimate to a workplace environment after graduation
  • Possibility of more rapid advancement than non-intern candidates
  • Develop interviewing and job search skills
  • Receive course credit towards degree 
  • Strengthen graduate school admission application
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Business Development Internship at Jordan Ford

March 4, 2024
Employer: Jordan Ford Expires: 05/01/2024 About this InternshipAre you looking to get ahead of the game with business and leadership skills so you stand out when it’s time to start applying for your first real job? A Jordan Ford internship shows that you have “real life” experience with a company that’s been in business 100+ years, and that’ll interest your future boss when they’re scanning through hundreds of resumes.Our internship program meets the needs of today while preparing students for the workforce of the future. The goal of the program is to show talented, motivated and intelligent college students what it is like to work in our business. We want to learn just as much from them as they want to learn from us, by gaining new ideas and hearing their thoughts about what their generation looks for in the work force. Our program will develop and prepare students to join the “real world” and apply what they learned in school.This will be a paid internship consisting of 20-29 hours worked per week paid on an hourly basis. Need class credit? We can work with you and get any paperwork submitted for you. A Jordan Ford intern will take a deep dive into our company culture, learn how departments work independently and together, develop business skills, meet trusted vendors, and learn how crucial it is to have industry leading customer service. Job Description:Learn Business Development Center skills Communicate with customers via phone, email, and assess their vehicle needsLearn and use customer relations communication skillsSchedule customer reservations using scheduling toolDeescalate customer calls to resolve issuesTransfer call to appropriate departmentsShadow Service Department personal in all areas Attend all possible department meetings Dedicated summer project and present results/findingsExposure to: Key training curriculumOne-on-one shadowing with leadership teamManager training and leadership coachingOverview of all department processesForward-thinking company initiativesDepartment projectsPositive company culturePossibility of future permanent employmentAbout Jordan Ford:First Ford dealership in San Antonio, we’ve been in business since 1919! Full-time benefits include a 401k plan, paid time off, flexible medical/dental/vision insurance packagesPerks include discounts on automobile purchases and service, volunteer opportunities, and flexible schedulesWe have a large and growing number of employees that have been with the company for well over 25 years

Internship, Recruiting Internship (Summer 2024) at Tesla

January 24, 2024
Employer: Tesla Expires: 04/19/2024 What to ExpectConsider before submitting an application:This position is expected to start around May or June and continue through the entire Summer term (i.e. through August/September) or into Fall 2024, if available. We ask for a minimum of 12 weeks, full-time and on-site, for most internships.International Students: If your work authorization is through CPT, please consult your school on your ability to work 40 hours per week before applying. You must be able to work 40 hours per week on-site. Many students will be limited to part-time during the academic year.The Internship Recruiting Team is driven by the passion to recognize and develop emerging talent. Our year-round program places the best students in positions where they will grow technically, professionally, and personally through their experience working closely with their Manager, Mentor and team. We are dedicated to providing an experience that allows the intern to experience life at Tesla by including them in projects that are critical to their team’s success.Multiple Locations Possible: Fremont, CA; Palo Alto, CA; Austin, TX; Sparks, NV; Buffalo, NY What You’ll DoWork with recruiters to identify and engage qualified passive and active technical candidates for roles across your area of businessScreen candidates to assess both technical baseline and ensure they meet the qualifications of the open rolesPartner with business leaders and hiring managers in your area of business to assess their talent requirementsShepherd the time and resources at your disposal effectively and keeping your business partners up to speed on a regular basis leveraging dataManage and review job descriptions to ensure they are compliant with company guidelinesUse a variety of techniques to discover and attract the best passive talentFocus on providing a great candidate experience at every opportunityWhat You’ll BringBachelor's or Master's student working towards a Degree in Human Resources, Industrial Organizational Psychology, Communications or BusinessAvailable for a minimum of 12+ weeks for the internshipAble to work full-time, 40+ hours per weekSelf-starters who are results oriented, resourceful, analytical, innovative, intellectually curious and who take initiative and risksExcellent written and verbal communication skillsDemonstrates strong ability to embrace and adapt to change, takes initiative and showcases curiosityLearns quickly in a fast-paced environmentExperience and proficiency in Microsoft office tools/programs (Excel, Word, etc.)Previous work experience or internships in related field is a plus

Sales Intern at Marsh McLennan Agency

November 16, 2023
Employer: Marsh McLennan Agency Expires: 04/19/2024 JOB TITLE: Sales Intern                 JOB TYPE: FLSA Non-ExemptSUMMARY: Responsible for learning and developing tangible skills in the area of Insurance, Risk Management and Employee Health & Benefits.  ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Demonstrates a high level of intellectual curiosity and willingness to learn the business.Consistent and punctual with the submissions of the work assignments to the mentor.Completes weekly activity report and other forms required as learning tools.Relays and applies knowledge acquired in the academic setting to the company setting.Participates in office, carrier, and/or client meetings.Develops and maintains professional relationships with clients.Provides assistance to other colleagues and performs various administrative and other duties as needed. Maintains accountability for his/her actions and activities, both personally and professionally. Adheres to company policies, procedures and rules governing professional staff behavior and abides by company policies governing the observation of confidentiality and the handling of confidential information. JOB SCOPE: Communicates and interacts with all levels of management, colleagues and external customers. Functional responsibilities require basic knowledge of insurance principles and commitment to develop sales knowledge and risk management skills. Must have the ability and desire to perform prospecting calls and attend networking events.Displays resourcefulness in finding solutions for our clients, companies and our Agency. Work is performed in a clean office environment, and may require occasional travel to various sites for organizational and client meetings. The majority of work occurs during regular day hours with extended hours and schedule flexibility necessary to complete projects and to meet department needs. REQUIREMENTS: High School Diploma required. Student entering their junior or senior year or graduating from a 4 year university. Majoring in Risk and Insurance Management or displaying a keen interest in learning insurance, risk management, or financial fields.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel. Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple priorities. Applied knowledge in the areas of communication, interpersonal relationship management, versatility and creativity. Ability to work effectively in a team environment.  PHYSICAL DEMANDS:While performing the duties of this job, the colleague is regularly required to sit. The colleague is often required to stand; walk and stoop, kneel, or crouch. The colleague must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.    We embrace a culture that celebrates and promotes the many backgrounds, heritages and perspectives of our colleagues and clients. Marsh & McLennan Agency offers competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits and programs including: health and welfare, tuition assistance, 401K, employee assistance program, career mobility, employee network groups, volunteer opportunities, and other programs. For more information about our company, please visit us at: http://marshmma.com/careers.   

Store Management 2024 Summer Internship Program at Macy's, Inc.

September 6, 2023
Employer: Macy's, Inc. - Retail Expires: 05/10/2024 The inner workings of a multi-million dollar retail department store are both complex and dynamic. As a key player on a store leadership team, you’ll learn the challenges and collaborate on the solutions. Plus, you’ll get a firsthand introduction to the strategies and partnerships that will make you highly successful in this exciting, fast-paced program. Available nationwide, the Store Management Internship will give you exposure to all facets of leading a store including customer service, merchandising, business analysis, visual presentation, store operations, colleague development, human resources, and asset protection. Training & Mentorship During the paid 8-week program, you will spend much of your time paired with a hand-picked Customer Experience Manager as your mentor who will model leadership best-practices and help you grow through continuous constructive feedback. You will also have the opportunity to shadow a Style Merchandise Manager who will help you understand and plan product merchandising initiatives to optimize business performance. You will work through hands-on weekly assignments, have the opportunity to meet and learn from leaders from different business functions in your store and region, and work on a capstone business-driving project and presentation. You will meet senior leaders, dig deeper into the analytical side of our business, and explore big picture retail strategies. A Measurable Impact As a Store Management Intern, you’ll help create a customer-focused selling environment by learning what it takes to coach and develop a team of associates. You will also help drive sales and profit through a range of different activities including: assisting in the daily operation of our stores, training and coaching associates, and analyzing trends alongside business partners who influence merchandise selections that better meet our customers’ needs. Additionally, you will complete a business-driving project & presentation demonstrating your learning throughout the program and consulting store leadership on your new ideas to grow the business. You will be an integral part of a performance-oriented management team that encourages collaboration and learning new skills. Being a manager means you set the pace and direction of your business. You’ll have the opportunity every day to innovate and test your ideas. With a flexible schedule that considers your preferences, you are able to maximize both work/life balance and the ability to run your business effectively. Career Growth Over the summer, you’ll have many chances to interact with Store Managers, business partners, and regional leaders to gain greater insight into the structured and unstructured career paths available in our stores organization. An internship is a test run for both you and the company to determine job and culture fit. Upon successful completion of the internship, and with your store’s recommendation, you may be offered a position to join us after graduation as a Store Management Executive Development Program (EDP) trainee.  EDP trainees are considered fast-track executives with the hope and expectation that they will eventually become senior leaders in at Macy’s. The EDP program is a 2 year rotational program. Qualifications First things first, to be eligible for our internship, you should be in your junior year, on your way to earning a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. A cumulative 3.0 GPA minimum is preferred. All majors will be considered for this opportunity.Some qualities that we seek in candidates include intellectual curiosity, a positive attitude, and self-motivation. Beyond that, you should have a sincere passion for engaging with people—and the communication and organizational skills to match. Managing a team also calls for leadership experience that includes the ability to solve problems and drive results through others. Successful candidates have strong business acumen, the ability to execute plans and strategies, and a curiosity about developing a modern retail business. Locations & Start DatesThe Macy’s Store Management Internship is offered in stores located in major markets nationwide. The program runs from June 10, 2024 to August 2, 2024.

Summer 2024 Store Leadership Internship at Kohl's

September 1, 2023
Employer: Kohl's - Stores Expires: 04/19/2024 Store Leadership InternshipApply through the external application link via Handshake.OverviewThe Kohl's Store Leadership Internship provides an eight week experience for you to explore various aspects within a Kohl's store and an opportunity to lead directly alongside Store Executive Management. From Human Resources and Operations to Merchandising and Developing Teams, as a Store Leadership Intern you will be exposed to the behind the scenes of running a $10M-$20M+ dollar Kohl's store. The retail environment is evolving and so are our stores. During the internship, you will also gain exposure to omnichannel management. Learn what we sell, how we sell it, who we sell it to, and where we sell it.The internship takes place inside a Kohl's store where you will not only learn store operations and how to drive sales but you will also learn about our most powerful asset: Our People. You will interact with, learn about, and engage with many different associates. In addition, you will spend time at the heart of the company: on the sales floor, with our Customers, helping us better understand how to fulfill and empower lives. You will also learn how to have courageous conversations, navigate peer to peer relationships, and how to lead and inspire teams (what we do best at Kohl's)!If you are ready to jump start your leadership career, then join us here at Kohl’s! Location and Start DateWith over 1,100 stores, our Store Leadership Internship is available nationwide and begins in June. Internship Highlights8 week full-time paid internshipAttend Intern Kick-Off Events and network with other Interns and LeadersExposure to various levels of Kohl’s Leadership: Store Intern Career Series and Executive Speaker SeriesGive back to the community and participate in a Kohl’s Volunteer EventLearn from industry professionals through mentorship and coachingLead a Final Store Walk with your District ManagerFocus on your development by creating an individual development planManage a department and participate in behind-the-scenes merchandising, operations and planning Qualifications/RequirementsGraduation date between Fall 2024 and Summer 2025Full-time availability June through July (40 hours/week), Must be available nights and weekendsDesire to pursue a career in retail leadershipHighly adaptableSelf motivatedStrong verbal and written communication skillsAbility to work as part of a team and effectively interact with others

Hospitality Introduction Summer Internship (2024, Level 1) at Kalahari Resorts & Conventions

August 17, 2023
Employer: Kalahari Resorts & Conventions Expires: 04/29/2024 2024 College ProgramsKalahari Resorts & Conventions is committed to developing tomorrow’s hospitality leaders. We provide a unique program that could lead to future career opportunities at one of our four current resorts, or upcoming projects! Our internships are categorized into three different experiences - Hospitality Introduction, Advanced Hospitality or Leadership Development Program. The programs are currently offered at our resorts located in: Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin | Sandusky, Ohio | Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania | Round Rock, Texas.Why Choose Kalahari Resorts & Conventions?As the leader in the waterpark industry, Kalahari has been known as an innovator. As a family-owned company, you’ll get a chance to feel the presence of the family and their passion for hospitality, plus learn the inner workings of a successful entrepreneurial brand.We believe that when we lead with love, it fosters a culture of collaboration, understanding, and support. Our company is a place where everyone can thrive, and where we celebrate the diverse talents and perspectives of our team members.Leading with love means that we approach challenges with empathy, listen with an open heart, and embrace the humanity of everyone. It is the essence of how we treat our associates, guests, and the communities we serve.At Kalahari Resorts, we don't just talk about diversity, inclusion, and leading with love - we live it. Our actions speak louder than words, and it is reflected in the genuine care and respect we show to everyone who walks through our doors and beyond.The Water Colors Life Project is an initiative from the Nelson Family Life Foundation that seeks to provide clean water to communities in Africa while also highlighting the talent of artists in the region. Through these efforts, borewells are being created, so artists can spend more time on their craft and less time worrying about where to get clean water.Join us and become a part of a company that is not just committed to diversity and inclusion but strives to come together as one team every step of the way. Together, we create a warm and inclusive environment that nurtures personal growth, fosters innovation, and celebrates the richness of our differences.We’ll immerse you in specific University of Kalahari training, mentorship from a peer of similar age and someone with substantial industry experience, various expose you to a number of new adventures and task you with different responsibilities. We’re so much more than the #WorldsCoolestWaterparks!Hospitality Overview Program (Level 1)This track is a presentation of Kalahari’s unique brand and culture. You will learn and work in a fast-paced environment, while making a daily difference in one of our departments. For the majority of your time, you will be expected to engage with guests and perform the job functions of a line-level hospitality associate.This is a working internship, open to students ranging from incoming freshmen to current juniors. Geared toward those ready to dip their toe into the hospitality pool, this is an excellent introduction into the industry.Below are the different departments that offer the Hospitality Introduction program.ROOMS FRONT OF HOUSE or ROOMS BACK OF HOUSESuccessful hospitality leaders know that an understanding of the rooms division is needed. There are two Level 1 options inside our Rooms internship.1.     As our first point of contact, our front office team sets the tone for the stay. Applicants should have at least a year of previous customer service skills. Positions can include the Front Desk, Concierge, PBX (Operator), Valet, Shuttle, or Bell Staff.2.     Our guests are accustomed to experiencing a high level of guest service and cleanliness during their stay. Participants will be able to ensure that guests receive that service at first contact and that it’s maintained throughout their stay. Positions could include different opportunities in Housekeeping, Common Area, or Laundry.KALAHARI EXPERIENCE CENTER (Wisconsin Only)The Wisconsin Dells property houses a state-of-the-art call center for all inbound telephone communication, including the booking of many of our reservations. Working as a guide, the goal is to enhance the guest experience starting with the first call.WATERPARKGenerally reserved for majors such as Park & Recreation or Sport & Event Management, but open to anyone. Everyone being accepted in this department would complete a Red Cross lifeguard certification program. A Waterpark Intern could be involved in: Lifeguard, Waterpark Maintenance and Park Keeper. FOOD & BEVERAGEAll Kalahari properties have multiple concepts, from coffee and scratch-pastry shop, sit-down restaurants, a beverage operation, to a full-service convention center. As a Food & Beverage Intern you will gain the unforgettable experience of being part of our front-of-the-house teams in either: Double Cut Grill & Liquor Bar, Sortino’s, Cinco Ninos, Wisconsin Brew Pub or Ivory Coast.RETAILHelp create an unforgettable guest experience in our variety of retail outlets, including souvenir items, clothing, beachwear, and more!

Area Manager Intern 2024 - Southwest at Amazon

August 17, 2023
Employer: Amazon Expires: 05/02/2024 If you are eager to be involved in continuing to define the future of online retail, and are an organized self-starter, apply to join our team in Amazon Operations as a Fulfillment Area Manager Intern! Amazon provides training and development for Fulfillment Area Manager Interns to become exceptional people leaders.Amazon is looking for bright leaders to lead large teams of Amazon Associates across our cutting-edge fulfillment network! This is not a corporate, office-based position. This is a ten-week internship (40 hours per week) during the summer of 2024 located within one of our Amazon fulfillment centers, sort centers, delivery stations or other operations buildings within the Amazon Fulfillment Network. Amazon provides extensive training and development for entry level managers to become exceptional people leaders.Being an Area Manager Intern means being on the front lines of our customer promise, ensuring your team delivers customers’ orders on time, by leading a large team of Amazon Associates in one of our fulfillment locations. You will have an opportunity to invest in others and develop a collaborative leadership style, while utilizing the tools, processes, and operations that have helped create the most customer-centric company on Earth.What is fulfillment you ask? Fulfillment is how we refer to completing or fulfilling a customer’s Amazon.com order and the acts of picking, packing, shipping and delivering their order to meet or exceed their expectations! Our Operation’s workflow can be broken to three major lanes: first mile - where the product is housed and ready for your order; second mile - where your order is hauled to your area; and last mile - when the product is delivered to your door. Please note that all lanes have slight building variations, but one thing is constant, our vision and dedication to the customer. As a reminder, our fulfillment centers are fast paced environments where standing, walking, and having on-the-production floor conversations are common as a visible supply chain leader!Program Quick Facts and Location:· This position is not a corporate role or in an office setting. This position is interactive, on-the-floor with your team and will be located in a fulfillment center, sort center, delivery station, or other building within the Amazon Fulfillment Network.· Although this role is tied to a certain city, placement opportunities are nationwide. This means you will be placed at an operations building within the Amazon Fulfillment Network that most aligns with your location preferences and the current location availability after you interview. You will be provided relocation if your placement meets the minimum eligibility requirements.·Term: Ten weeks during summer of 2024· Competitive salary, relocation (if qualified), and housing assistance (if qualified)· An offer for full-time employment upon graduation may be given after the internship"Key job responsibilities· Learning to coach, manage, and develop a team of 50-100 Amazon associates· Drive standard work and continuous improvement through an intern project · Communicate policies to your team and act as a source of information for the team· Create, manage, and support recognition programs· Support all safety programs and OSHA compliance to ensure a safe work environment for all associates· Ensure procedures are followed for building security and product loss prevention· Partner with the management team to establish and maintain quality control standards· Develop performance goals and targets to achieve customer demand and ensure accuracy and quality· Work weekends, holidays, and/or overnight shifts· Work overtime both in peak season and as neededJob Elements· Stand/walk during shifts lasting up to 12 hours· Access all areas of building (Depending on the operations building, this may include ascending and descending ladders, stairs, gangways, and shipping docks safely and without limitation)· Walk in/and around the warehouse with great frequency; many facilities are over a quarter mile in length· Regularly bend, lift, stretch, and reach both below the waist and above the head· Lift and move items up to 49 poundsA day in the lifeAs an Area Manager intern, you will have the opportunity to learn how to coach and develop a team of Amazon associates in a distribution warehouse environment. Your main focus will be learning to motivate, mentor, and manage a team, as well as developing a summer project in partnership with your site leadership. As a people manager, you will ensure that the team of Amazon associates have all the tools needed to succeed for any task during a shift.We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations:Dallas, TX, USA | Fort Worth, TX, USA | Houston, TX, USABASIC QUALIFICATIONSBasic Qualifications:· Currently enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program with all requirements anticipated to be completed between December 2024 and August 2025PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONSPreferred Qualifications:· Strong communication skills, both verbal and written· Adept at the ability to motivate others in a deadline-focused environment· Ability to evaluate and dive deep into data to provide thought-provoking, workable business solutions· Proven track record of taking ownership and driving results· Currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s program related to Supply Chain, Business, Logistics, Hospitality or Engineering· Interest in growing in the field of Operations and Supply Chain Management· Ability to thrive in an ambiguous environmentPlease note we are not able to provide sponsorship now or in the future for these positions. Eligible candidates must have work authorization without employer intervention to be considered.Applicants who apply for this job will allow Amazon to process your application in a centralized hiring system that considers you for other similar openings as well.Amazon is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Amazon is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age, or other legally protected status. For individuals with disabilities who would like to request an accommodation, please visit https://www.amazon.jobs/en/disability/us.Please note, while the pay range of the role is listed below, this position’s salary is non-negotiable based on geographical market.Our compensation reflects the cost of labor across several US geographic markets. The base pay for this position ranges from $26.44/hr in our lowest geographic market up to $31.49/hr in our highest geographic market. Pay is based on a number of factors including market location and may vary depending on job-related knowledge, skills, and experience. Amazon is a total compensation company. Dependent on the position offered, equity, sign-on payments, and other forms of compensation may be provided as part of a total compensation package, in addition to a full range of medical, financial, and/or other benefits. For more information, please visit https://www.aboutamazon.com/workplace/employee-benefits. Applicants should apply via our internal or external career site.Amazon is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Amazon is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age, or other legally protected status. For individuals with disabilities who would like to request an accommodation, please visit https://www.amazon.jobs/en/disability/us.

Office Management Intern at Austin Film Festival

January 20, 2021
Employer: Austin Film Festival Expires: 01/01/2026 Department Description: This department welcomes all guests into the office and serves as a liaison between all departments. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to: management of all orders coming through AFF, registration, hotel reservations, organization of the office, supply maintenance, collateral print projects and mail outs, incoming mail, membership, recruitment/training of interns/staff/contract employees, open & close the office, etc. Job Description: An Office Management intern will assist the Office Manager in maintaining an efficient office environment. They will aid in facilitating the operations of the membership program, fulfilling merchandise orders, running errands for the office (car required), as well as administrative duties such as data entry and general day-to-day phone calls (customer service a plus!). Job Responsibilities:Project coordination: maintaining deadlines, getting price quotes, creating priorities, assisting in the implementation of year-long projects (membership, registration, food trade).Researching and creating systems and structures that help support the organization. Project Ownership Opportunities:Approximately a month into each internship, interns will be assigned one of the following projects to own throughout the rest of the internship’s duration. Project assignment is based upon interns’ capabilities and goals.Food Trade and Donations: The Festival utilizes relationships with Austin businesses to its benefit especially when it comes to food trade. This project will give interns the opportunity to collaborate with the Development team to help create relationships with local businesses for the potential of food trade during the Festival and throughout the year. With these relationships would also come the fulfilment of providing food and lunches for staff and sticking to a budget that is provided for them while learning customer service and sales experience.Membership: This project will allow an intern to help manage our membership base. This would include communicating with members regarding upcoming events, membership renewal (via mail, phone calls or email?), fulfilling membership orders/renewals, conducting research into other membership opportunities at other organizations, upkeep of database for current interns.Merch/Collateral: The Festival heavily relies upon printed materials and merchandise. This project will give interns the opportunity to manage and create timelines, conduct research, practice organization and gain customer service by fulfilling orders. Interns will get the opportunity to:Develop organizational and analytic skillsCustomer service experienceEnhance communication skills Qualifications:Self-motivatedExcellent organizational skillsExemplary communication skillsProcess-oriented problem-solverEvents experience preferredProficiency in Microsoft Office preferred, especially ExcelAdministrative experience preferredCommitment to excellence, fun, and meeting goals Timeframe: Spring & Summer/Fall (no Summer only internships)

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Student Guidelines

  • Management majors who are classified as juniors or seniors are eligible to enroll in MGT 4395 (no concentration), MGT 4392 (Human Resources concentration), or MGT 4393 (Entrepreneurial Studies concentration) for three (3) hours credit for approved internships. 
  • The internship position must be approved by the internship coordinator. The postings on our website are pre-approved. If the internship is not posted on our website, the student must submit a job description on company letterhead.
  • Responsibilities must be beyond the scope of the "average” part-time or temporary job.
  • Internship credit is allowed only for students who secure approval for their internship prior to beginning work with their supervising company. 
  • The internship must be scheduled for a minimum of 10 weeks and 200 job hours during the fall or spring semester, or 8 weeks and 160 job hours during the summer. The internship may be either full-time or part-time.
  • It is the intern's responsibility to schedule his or her work hours around the class schedule. Special registration considerations are not provided.
  • Students may enroll in only three (3) additional courses during a fall or spring internship or one (1) additional course each session during a summer internship. 
  • The internship may be either paid or non-paid. This will be determined by the student and the supervising company.
  • The student intern must submit all required reports in a timely manner to the course instructor:
  1. Intern Profile
  2. Monthly Progress Reports
  3. Mid-Term Check In
  4. Supervisor Evaluation
  • The intern profile, monthly progress reports, and midterm visit count approximately 50% of the course grade; the supervisor's evaluation counts approximately 50%. 

Employer Guidelines

  • Management majors who are classified as juniors or seniors are eligible to enroll in a management internship for three hours of credit for approved internships.

  • The internship position must be approved by the Internship Coordinator. The employer is asked to prepare a job description on company letterhead to submit for approval.  Responsibilities must be beyond the scope of the "average” part-time or temporary job.
  • The internship must be scheduled for a minimum of 10 weeks and 200 job hours during the fall or spring semester or 8 weeks and 160 job hours during the summer. The internship may be either full-time or part-time.
  • The internship may be either paid or non-paid.  This will be determined by the student and the supervising company.
  • The student must submit progress reports which include information about the company and the internship experience to the Internship Coordinator. The supervisor is asked to ensure that the intern has access to the information needed to complete these reports, including: an analysis of the history of the company; mission, vision, goals and objectives; marketing strategies; competitive analysis; management and leadership styles; human resources practices; the student’s job responsibilities and learning objectives for the internship; and other topics.  Company financial information is NOT a required component of the report.
  • The supervisor is asked to complete an evaluation of the intern’s performance, which will constitute approximately 50% of the internship grade.
  • If you have any further questions regarding employer guidelines or hiring an intern, please email the course instructor, Ms. Bobbie Moore, bm26@txstate.edu

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