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Internship & Jobs

WELCOME

With the ever-changing competitive nature of the job market, we are constantly seeking ways to provide our students with practical skills and knowledge, which can differentiate them from other students. Throughout every semester, we strive to develop strong relationships with the business community by establishing internships in all disciplines within the CBA, including Accountancy, Finance, Human Resources Management, Information Systems, Operations and Supply Chain Management, Management, and Marketing.

 

INTERNSHIP JOB POSTINGS

New internship opportunities will be posted on the Internship Postings page. Students may access these opportunities by clicking on the newly posted link and following the follow-up instructions. Different internship opportunities will have different follow-up requirements.

CBA STUDENTS SEEKING INTERSHIPS

Gain real world experience, Gain better insight. Re-evaluate a current chosen major. Work as an intern for an approved employer get ready for graduation. Receive supervised training and professional level on-the-job learning experiences. 

GET AN INTERNSHIP

OTHER JOB RESOURCES

Do not forget that the Career Development Center (CDC) also has internship opportunities and regularly scheduled “interview days” where major companies visit campus to interview for internships and post-graduation jobs. For information visit the CDC website or go in person to the CDC in Brotman Hall 250. The CDC is also a great resource to find help with cover letter and resume construction, as well as interview tips.

GOT THE INTERNSHIP?  REGISTER GET THE CREDIT

Students accepting internships are encouraged to enroll in the CBA-493 Internship Course for three units of pass/fail credit. Students accepting unpaid internships must enroll in CBA-493. If CBA-493 is not being offered at the time the student starts the unpaid internship or if registration is closed, the student must agree in writing that he or she will enroll in CBA-493 the next time registration is open. Intern employers will be required to dismiss an unpaid intern if the student fails to enroll in CBA-493 when it becomes available. To find out how to enroll in CBA-493, send an email to cba-internships@csulb.edu.

EMPLOYERS, NEED AN INTERN?

The benefit to the CBA intern employer is exposure to potential entry level employees who bring with them energy. Employers get fresh ideas from interns experience in academic classes  Often CBA interns bring up your standing employees engagement. In many cases a successful internship will lead to a job after graduation.

Prospective Intern Employers please visit the Employers Page below

EMPLOYERS INFORMATION