Our Internship Program
The Rutgers University School of Business-Camden Internship Program offers qualified students an opportunity to gain professional employment experience that complements their academic background in business. The Internship Program is designed to supplement the academic program by giving students a “real world” employment experience prior to graduation.
- The opportunity to learn the practical application of their area of study
- An excellent way to build a resume
- A good source for building a professional network
- Exposure to “cutting edge” theories being used in the business world
- Academic credit towards graduation requirements
- Increased confidence, maturity and responsibility
- Future employment possibilities
Guidelines for the Internship Program
Students must apply for admission into the program. To be eligible, students must:
- Be enrolled in the School of Business, and
- Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher
Admitted students can expect to:
- Meet the minimum of 120 hours of work that is required throughout the semester
- Complete assignments, host an on-site visit by the Internship Coordinator, and be evaluated by their employer to receive credit and a grade for the course
How to Apply for Admission into the Internship Program
- Make an appointment to meet Dr. Emel Kahya, School of Business Internship Coordinator. Dr. Kahya can be reached at (856) 225-6724, and is located in Room 441 of the Business and Science Building (office hours are posted on the door).
- Check the Internship Data Bank at the Career Center for internship leads. Be ready to discuss possible leads with Dr. Kahya at your initial program interview.
- Bring a resume to your initial program interview.
Message to the Employers
How Do Employers Benefit from the Internship Program?
- Companies are given the ability to select students who have the talent to make positive contributions to their firm.
- Companies have the opportunity to “groom” promising interns for permanent positions in the future.
- Hosting an intern at your company can motivate permanent employees towards continued learning as a consequence of working with/supervising interns.
Dr. Emel Kahya, Internship Coordinator
Rutgers University School of Business-Camden
227 Penn Street, Camden, NJ 08102
Fax (856) 225-6231