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The Internship Placement Program of the Weissman Center for International Business welcomes companies to host a Baruch undergraduate or graduate student as an intern in a variety of fields. Baruch students study a variety of fields such as, accounting, finance, marketing, management, business communications, and computer information systems.

The Internship Placement Program of the Weissman Center for International Business welcomes companies to host a Baruch undergraduate or graduate student as an intern in a variety of fields.  Baruch College students study a variety of fields such as, accounting, communications, computer information systems, finance, human resources, international business, management, marketing, and public administration.

Our Internship Placement Program matches the best possible candidates to your company’s needs and in order to start the matching process, you simply need to submit an internship description to our program. The Program adheres to all guidelines set by Baruch College regarding internship experiences (hours, credit requirements, etc.).

Internship Program Highlights:

  • We place students in the spring (January-May), summer (June-August), or fall (September-December) semesters.
  • You are assigned an Internship Coordinator to facilitate your internship search.
  • We match your internship requirements to our student profiles.
  • The Internship Coordinator can assist you with interview scheduling needs, if needed.

How to host an intern:

In order to start the matching process, you will need to:

  • Complete the Internship Description Form (fillable PDF format)
  • After review of your internship opportunity, you are assigned an Internship Coordinator to facilitate your internship search.

 

The Internship Description Form provides the Internship Coordinator with the following information:

  • Brief description of the type of tasks/projects the intern will be assigned
  • How many hours you need an intern per week (part-time is typically between 10-20 hours per week)
  • If the internship is paid (part-time or full-time) or unpaid (part-time only)
  • Duration of the internship (typically 3 months, but can be longer)
  • If you seek specific majors (finance, marketing, accounting, etc.) or academic level (undergraduate, MBA)
  • Any specific computer skills (Word, Excel, Access, etc.) and/or language skills you require
  • Any other requirements (academic credit, U.S. Citizen, Permanent Resident, GPA minimum, etc.)

 

Connect with other international business professionals:

To connect with other professionals, please visit our Professionals section to learn about networking events, speaker series, and ways to participate at the Weissman Center for International Business.

 

To connect with fellow Baruch College international business alumni, please visit our Alumni section to learn about events and to join IBA organization of the Weissman Center for International Business.

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