A Moore School Intern is ready to help you. An intern from the Darla Moore School of Business will help boost your company's productivity and accelerate the completion of important projects. We have interns in a variety of distinguished programs ready to serve you.
Many companies are losing middle management given current demographic trends and use internships to “try out” prospective replacement talent in an internship that is followed by an offer for full-time employment. If your company is not yet recruiting at Moore – we'd like to change that! According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), 51.7% of interns will continue to work for the company full-time after graduation. These former interns show a higher five-year retention rate in comparison to other new hires. Invest in your company today.
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Undergraduate Student Interns
Business undergraduates in all majors seek sprint/summer opportunities in the United States and abroad. We invite you to learn more about undergraduate business majors including GSCOM (Global Supply Chain) as well as Moore’s ground-breaking program with the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Consider hosting an American or Hong Kong Chinese IBCE (International Business Chinese Enterprise) junior – all have both Chinese and English language skills, and will complete their senior year in Hong Kong next year following their internship assignment in the United States.
Registration is now open for the following internship-related events:Check the Darla Moore School of Business Events web page often for details regarding the events referenced above, as well as other recruiting/event-hosting opportunities.
To connect with our undergraduate business internship manager, please contact Hunter Looper at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Student Interns
Graduate students in the International MBA and Master of Human Resources programs require an internship to graduate.
If you are in need of a Master of Human Resources intern for a human resources assignment, contact Amy Dawson for more information, at email@example.com If you are considering an International MBA intern, in the United States or abroad, where graduate students can use their language and business skills, please contact Cynthia Wharton at firstname.lastname@example.org.