Business Scholars Program

Project-Based Internships

Edwin NarteyIntern Resources:

Internship Process

Sophomore Year:

  • Think about what career you want to try out in your internship
  • Talk with your major and/or Business Scholars Program faculty advisors to discuss scheduling required coursework
  • Work with a Career Center Peer Mentor to create a professional resume while enrolled in BSP 211 Management Concepts

Junior Year:
Fall term

  • RSVP and attend the Internship Kick-off Meeting
  • Submit the Internship Interest Survey_Class of 2020
  • Make an individual appointment with Jenny Moss, Director of Internships, via Handshake
  • Work with the Director of Internships to identify prospects, update your resume, and submit applications to positions
  • Prepare for the mock interview workshop

Winter Term

  • Research internships and apply for positions of interest
  • Schedule interviews and write "thank you" cards/emails within 48 hours of being interviewed
  • If needed, schedule a follow-up appointment with the Director of Internships, Jenny Moss, to further discuss internship opportunities
  • Attend the Internship Research Class

Spring Term

  • Attend the Pre-Internship Critiqued Presentation
  • Complete the Internship Research Plan and Learning Plan
  • Complete the Internship Contract (due on the last Wednesday of Spring term)

Summer

  • Accomplish the goals of the Learning Plan
  • Complete weekly online journals via Moodle and collect information for your final project/presentation
  • Update your resume at the end of the summer to stay relevant
  • Make a good impression and enjoy your experience!
  • Complete and submit your final Learning Plan Assessment
  • Complete your Internship Web Description for the BSP website
  • Complete your final project/presentation (details are yet TBD)