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Penn State Behrend is committed to providing the highest quality education possible to its students. In support of that commitment, the School of Business encourages students to complete an internship prior to graduation. Internships offer students an opportunity to apply classroom knowledge in a professional environment.

Internships have many advantages, including establishment of professional contacts, exploration of career options, valuable work experience, as well as a sense of personal accomplishment. Sponsoring organizations also gain from student internships, as they are afforded a chance to observe employment prospects on a relatively long-term basis and can accomplish projects that might not be otherwise possible at existing staff levels. Internships can be flexibly structured based on the needs of the sponsoring organization and the student, subject to School of Business Internship Program Guidelines.

Available Internships

MIS 495 (SP 2012) - (Ido Millet)

MIS 495 (SU 2012) - (Ido Millet)

MIS 495 (FA 2012) - (Ido Millet)

MKTG 495 (2011-2012) - (M.B. Pinto)


Internship Information

Internship Requirements

Internship Roles and Responsibilities

Internship Evaluation Form (PDF)

How to Apply:

In order to apply for an internship you must:

  1. First bring a completed "Registration Drop/Add Form" to the School of Business Office, Burke Center.
  2. Complete the Internship Proposal. This form can be filled out during the first week on your internship and then brought to the School of Business Office for further processing.
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