Career Planning

Internship Opportunities

Internship opportunities exist in all fields of study and positions are available at most major organizations. Internships are usually conducted during the summer, but some are available during the school year. Summer internship recruitment begins in February and usually ends in mid-April. Internships can be paid or unpaid and may be for course credit. It is important that students identify what type of internship will best benefit their job prospects and their schedule before applying.

Why an Internship Is Important?

By participating in an internship, students gain a competitive advantage for future employment. Internships provide meaningful work experience, chances to network and an introduction to a potential career or employer. Students will accumulate new skills and gain a firsthand perspective on how to apply what they are learning in the classroom to the real world.

Internships also help students gain confidence in their post-graduation job search. In completing an internship, students gain experience finding a position, interviewing for jobs and successfully completing tasks required in the workplace. Paid, unpaid and for-credit internships all provide a multitude of benefits that span beyond a resume.

The Haslam College of Business and our partners at UT Career Services are here to support students during their internship journey, from deciding what type of position best serves their career goals to appropriate behavior on the job.

If you are interested in obtaining an internship, please fill out the form below.

Students are responsible for finding their own internships, but the Haslam College of Business and our partners at UT Career Services are here to serve as a source of information on how to find and secure an internship.
 
The Haslam College of Business and UT Career Services make no guarantee about internship positions and are not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions or other characteristics of employment. It is the obligation of each individual job seeker to research the integrity of the organization(s) to which he/she is applying and confirm the specific information pertaining to the internship posting. Internship seekers should exercise due diligence and use caution when applying for or accepting any position. This form does not ensure internship placement, but instead provides an occasion to discuss internship possibilities.