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During my internship, I gained invaluable experience and insight into the operations at Columbus Regional Hospital. I was able to put course content and theories discussed in the classroom into action by generating cost and financial reports and internal auditing. It helped me understand what employers are looking for in today’s job market.

  • Logan Schulz
    Class of 2012
  

Internships

Unless you engage in a study-abroad experience or complete a collaborative research project under the guidance of a faculty mentor, a student internship is required as part of your Division of Business undergraduate studies at IUPUC.

Participating in a student internship is a great way to clarify and solidify your career goals. It's also an excellent opportunity to network with potential employers in Columbus and throughout the region.

Internships enable you to apply theories learned in the classroom to real-world business settings. They are also excellent opportunities for resume-building and better employment prospects after graduation.

Student Requirements

If you are a Division of Business undergraduate who completes an internship, you and your employer/supervisor will complete a short form that describes the work or project you will complete.

  • You must complete at least 100 hours of work for your internship to receive the credit required for graduation.
  • We will review the form to ensure it meets university standards for student interns.

Prospective Employers

Connecting with students before they graduate is an excellent way to obtain motivated, well-educated future employees and develop your workforce. Local and regional employers of all types and sizes can utilize IUPUC students for internships.

  • To locate an IUPUC business student for an internship opportunity, contact Robin Fritz for more information.
  • You can also register with the Office of Career Services and CareerPoint, our online job and internship portal for students and alumni.