The College of Business Internship Program is administered through the Peter M. & Paula Green Johnson Career Center and provides advanced business and graduate students the opportunity to gain practical work experience in their academic field of study. These tailored opportunities are fundamental to the professional development and readiness of each business graduate. Read more about the Benefits of Internships.
The University of Wyoming's College of Business offers internships to Business major only (not to other majors who are minoring in business). College of Business students in good academic standing and enrolled in either business undergraduate or graduate programs are eligible to apply for internship credit consistent with COB internship guidelines. All internships for credit must be pre-approved through the Director of the Internship Program, Steve Farkas. Please refer to the "Student Handbook for Internship."
UW College of Business Students Create Value for Companies
March 15, 2011 - Companies can reap the benefits of hiring interns through the University of Wyoming's College of Business internship program.
"The College of Business offers opportunities for companies to hire extremely talented UW students with diverse experiences and business skills that are prepared to make meaningful contributions to their business," says Steve Farkas, internship program director.
The College of Business currently has internship relationships with hundreds of local and regional businesses from a variety of industries. UW students in the past have participated in internships ranging from corporate accounting to developing strategic marketing initiatives.
"The College of Business's faculty and staff do an incredible job preparing students to enter the work place, Farkas says. "Students understand the importance of creating value for companies they are selected to work for."
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