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Internships

NEW - Virtual Short-Term Internships (Paid, For Credit)

  • Global Access Program Internship: CGM is pleased to support an all new internship program, where students are able to assist in helping US businesses do business abroad through specific market research. Approximately 15 hours per week anywhere from five weeks to 15 weeks depending on need. If interested, please send resume and letter of intent to cgm@csusb.edu. See GAP Internship flyer for further details. 
  • Global Incubator Internship: CGM has 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. Planet63 is launching an online store showcasing Filippino brands. Student interns will assist with brand setup, test market data collection and business development. Approximately 15 hours per week anywhere from five weeks to 15 weeks depending on need. If interested, please send resume and letter of intent to cgm@csusb.edu

Internships (For Credit)

CGM offers undergraduate and graduate students several credit-based internships each semester. If interested, please submit resume and letter of intention to Jamie Ayala, CGM's Program Manager. In the body of your email submission, please include which semester you are interested in having an internship. All applicants participate in a formal interview process. If selected, students will receive a center orientation, training and opportunity to connect to potential mentors in their desired career fields. 

"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

Past interns have earned 2-4 units of credit in the following areas: 

Jack H. Brown College of Business & Public Administration Internships:

In this capacity, marketing, international business and management students have developed their skills, assisting with center projects, event planning and other tasks related to their major. Business and public administration students must be able to commit 12 or more hours per week. 

Graphic Design Internships:

In this capacity, students help create flyers, posters, collateral materials and other graphics to support center programs. 

Public Relations/Communications Internships:

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.