"58% of 2011 interns converted into full-time hires" National Association of College Employers
The mission of SDSU's College of Business Administration is to create a learning environment that fosters excellence in business education through innovative programs, applied learning, research and collaboration with the community.
The office of Corporate and Community Involvement connects local companies with undergraduate and graduate business students in the following areas of business:
If you are interested in providing an internship, please download our Guidelines for Establishing an Internship (pdf).
Examples of typical internships are: market research for a new product, identifying potential new business opportunities, developing social media and marketing plans.
Are you looking for assistance with a business or marketing plan or perhaps a larger more integrative project? Visit our award-winning business consulting program at the Consulting Information for Companies page.
Companies should post internships directly through SDSU's Aztec Career Connection. SDSU's Aztec Career Connection enables students to apply directly to your posting through the system by uploading a résumé and cover letter. Post an Internship position: Career Services.
Please visit the Internship Information for Students page.
For information regarding graduate internships, students should contact:
To learn more about undergraduate internships, contact:
For information regarding graduate internships, contact:
Corporate Involvement Specialist
An internship is a rewarding way for an organization to make a substantial contribution to the development of SDSU students as successful working professionals in our community. If offering an internship is new to you or your organization, please review these guidelines:
Moreover, internships for credit must meet all six of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) criteria as outlined on the DoL Fact Sheet (pdf).
Finally, organizations should know the following about internships for credit:
Should your internship meet our requirements, you will be advised of the rest of the process. Note that the typical processing time for internships for academic credit is 3-5 weeks.
Please direct questions about the internship for academic process to Linda Guzzo at firstname.lastname@example.org or (619) 594-0435.