An internship is one of the best ways to jumpstart your career. You will develop greater skills in business as you work with area businesses and not-for-profit organizations.
Earn credit, meet program requirements, and gain valuable experience by finding an internship related to your area of concentration. You could develop marketing materials for a local non-profit organization or even spend a summer in New York City working for the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Where have students had internships?
Calvin's business program regularly places students at these companies:
- Wolverine Worldwide
- Gordon Food Services
- Merrill Lynch
- American Red Cross
- Grand Rapids Symphony
- Advantage Health
- Ernst and Young
- Plante Moran
- Crowe Horwath
How do I find an internship?
Calvin professors have valuable connections in local, national, and global businesses, and they're here to help you. With their expert guidance and networking opportunities, as well as resources like the Calvin Career Center, you'll find an internship that best suits your strengths and interests.