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Business Administration Internship in Small Family Business (Sicily)

Anne Burback

Anne Burback, University of Wyoming

Publication Date: Summer 2015

Research Question
Linked to a family business development course, provides a course of study focusing on business operations and dynamics, and European, Italian, and Sicilian business laws and regulations.

Significance
This internship program in Sicily provides practical experience in running a small family agribusiness. Possible placements include small family businesses such as a winery, specialty cheese maker, fishery, dairy farm, or others.

The intern responsibilities include helping the business with research and development, marketing strategies, production, sales, e-commerce, and financial planning.

Methods Used
The intern responsibilities include helping the business with research and development, marketing strategies, production, sales, e-commerce, and financial planning.

Conclusions/Outcomes
For a business student, global experience is incredibly valuable, especially learning to adapt and think in a worldly context. A new perspective is what I hope to gain, and I think this opportunity will directly benefit my major and minor studies as well as my long term career goals.


Disciplines
Business | Business Administration, Management, and Operations

Recommended Citation
Burback, Anne, "Business Administration Internship in Small Family Business (Sicily)" (2015). CGS Student Awards 2015. 16.
https://repository.uwyo.edu/cgs_stud_2015/16

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