CGM offers undergraduate and graduate students internship opportunities each semester to help enhance skills and training in project management, marketing, communications, public relations and graphics design. Selected applicants will receive a center orientation, training and the opportunity to connect to potential mentors in their desired career fields. Please see below for more details and if interested, submit resume and letter of intention to CGM via email. In the body of your email submission, please include which semester you are interested in having an internship. Selected applicants will participate in a formal interview process.
"This has been a very insightful experience and I couldn't be any more grateful for the time taken to teach and guide me through this process."
- Tori Wiley
Earn credit in:
Business & Public Administration >> In this capacity, marketing, international business and management students developed their skills, assisting with center projects, event planning and other tasks related to their major. Students must be able to commit 12 or more hours per week.
Graphic Design >> In this capacity, students help create flyers, posters, collateral materials and other graphics to support center programs.
Public Relations/Communications >> In this capacity, students have written press releases, talking points and pre-written articles as well as assisted in center media relations, public relations, public outreach and social media.
Students should consult with their academic advisor for credit options and enrollment process.
Global Access Program Internships >> CGM is now offering short-term (5 to 15 weeks) internships, where students are able to assist in helping U.S. businesses do business abroad through specific market research. Approximately 10-15 hours per week depending on need.
Global Incubator Internships >> We have also partnered with Planet63 to offer students the opportunity to hone and demonstrate entrepreneurial, communication, marketing, analytics and other skills; work with global businesses; and potentially negotiate a stake in their future careers. Student interns will assist with specific market research and could contribute to projects involving brand setup, test market data collection and business development. Approximately 10-15 hours depending on need.
Credit is an option for both internships. Should funds be available, students can also receive an award upon successful completion of the internship.