Three of the top personal qualities employers seek are: communication skills, leadership, and teamwork – all of which can be developed during an internship. Some of the many benefits of an internship are:
Start by researching websites of companies that you’re interested in learning more about or working for. Check under the appropriate section (internships, human resources, careers, employment opportunities sections) on company websites to see if internship opportunities are available. The Vault has a great repository of company profiles and direct links to internship opportunities.
Talk with your professors or anyone in your professional networking group. Don’t forget to network with family, friends, classmates, and acquaintances. Check out our Networking section for more information as well.
Activate your account with the Brandman job portal CareerLink so find internships advertised specifically to Brandman students. You can also use career search engines and job banks, like Indeed.com to search for internship opportunities instead of jobs. List "Internship" in the search box instead of a job title.
Review our Job Search page on additional ways to locate internships.
To receive academic credit for an Internship, you must register for LBSU/492 or BUSU/598 and complete the academic requirements of these courses alongside the internship.