Students, Let's Talk Business...
FSC's Business Management Internship Program serves as a connection between you and employers.
Internships are hands-on learning experiences, where students work under a mentor in their field.
Students should inquire about internships when they first begin their academic career at FSC.
What we offer:
- Credit bearing internships
- Business-related internships
- One-on-one internship advising
- Professional development workshops
“The Business Management Internship Program is an excellent program that will teach young adults valuable lessons to pursue in the future.” –Student, Justin Stark
We are now gearing up for spring and summer 2018 internships- inquire now!
Ask about internships and deadlines at our next information session
Start planning for your future internship!
|Application and interview periods:|
|Spring||October to January|
|Summer||February to May|
|Fall||April to September|
Meet the Business Management Internship Program eligibility criteria, attend an information session, submit the required documentation to the department and receive approval.
- enrolled in the FSC Business Management or Global Business Management Program
- demonstrate that you have attended FSC for at least 1 semester
- minimum cumulative GPA 3.0
- completed a minimum of 60 credits
- (display all of the above by submitting a recent OASIS transcript or degreeworks audit)
- submit a completed Business Management Internship Program Application Form
- submit an up-to-date resume
- submit a letter of recommendation from an FSC professor
- receive approval to participate from the Internship Coordinator
Once approved, students will work with the Internship Coordinator to apply to the available internships on Axiom Mentor or submit an internship identified on their own for review.
*Once a student is hired and accepted an approved position, the Internship Coordinator will enroll them into the Business Internship course (BUS379/BUS479)
students must successfully complete BUS379/479 (ONLINE)
Course requirements include but not limited to:
- Pursue BUS379/479 concurrently with your internship
- 100-120 hours working at your assigned internship site
- Weekly assignments: discussion forums, time sheets, journals
- On-campus meeting: attend 1 Professional Development Workshop
- Final paper
We work with internship opportunities within the field of business:
- Human resources
- Business Development
- Business Management
- International Business
- Product Management
- Legal Studies
- Event Planning
- Public Relations
Internship employers can range from small businesses to large corporations in all different industries.
Students have the option to work with our Internship Coordinator to apply to the many internships we have available (on Axiom Mentor) which is constantly updated and revised or they may submit a business related internship identified on their own for review, before starting the opportunity.
Axiom Mentor is an Internship Management system. Students can search for available internships offered by their curriculum department, or campus wide. Internships may be paid, non-paid or credit bearing.
Access Business Management Internships to login and then and choose the “Institutional Tools” tab and then the “Internships” tab. Students can search for credit bearing internships by clicking on “Business Management”.
Additional internships that are non-credit bearing can be found by clicking the “Career Development Center” or at “Development and Alumni Engagement”.
Here's just few examples of valued companies our students have interned for:
NY State Assembly
United Sports Publications
Oppenheimer UBS Wealth Management
Louis Vuitton Estée Lauder Gucci
National Recruiting Group
Sherwin Williams Solved Social Media
And many more!