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For Business Students
An internship is a form of instruction and learning utilizing off-campus learning worksites. Internships are work based opportunities which allow students to apply theory and concepts used in the classroom while gaining professional experience in their field of study. Internships can be semester-long or take place over the summer. These opportunities can lead to full-time employment following graduation and help build a student's professional network.
Internships can be for academic credit or non-credit. Students seeking academic credit for completing an internship will need to work closely with their Department Internship Coordinator for their concentration.
Employers interested in posting an internship opportunity should contact Cari Calad, Coordinator of the CBA Student Success Center by email at email@example.com for details.
|ALL||Target, Inc||Executive Intern||$16.50-17.50/hr||Open until filled||Summer|
|Marketing||CreekPointe Church||Marketing Coordinator - Level I||TBD||Open until filled||ASAP|
|Accounting||Baudler & Flanders, CPAs||Student Internship||$12 per hour||Apply by November 21, 2013||December 2013 - April 2014, Tax Season|
|CIS||Greater Valley Center||Technical Support Specialist||TBD||Open until filled||ASAP|