internships for undergraduate students
Aptify Internship Program
The Aptify internship program is open to undergraduate students with a demonstrated interest in business management, marketing, and computer science. Participants must have at least one year of study remaining before graduation. Applicants are expected to have excellent communication skills and the ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
Internships run from May through August each year, with the exact dates varying based on which city you’re placed in. Interns work Monday through Friday from 9am until 5pm; they receive lunch provided by Aptify at their corporate office cafeteria every day. The duration of each internship varies according to your level of education—undergraduate interns will spend four weeks working between 20-25 hours per week while graduate student interns will spend eight weeks working between 35-40 hours per week.
Aptify offers full-time positions after successful completion of an internship; however we cannot guarantee employment upon graduation due to limited openings within our company
Internships at Apprenticeship Connect
Apprenticeship Connect is a government-funded program that helps young people find apprenticeships. Apprenticeships are paid jobs where you learn on the job and get paid while doing so. Apprentices are usually chosen based on their skills, experience and education.
Apprenticeship Connect offers internships for undergraduate students in the following areas:
- Aerospace Engineering
- Automotive Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Electronic Engineering (Computers/IT)
- Electrical Engineering
To qualify for an internship with this program, you must be: * A Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada; * A high school graduate or equivalent; * At least 18 years old by the time you begin your internship; and * Interested in qualifying for a career as an apprentice at the end of your internship
Global Business Internship Program (GBIP) – U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
You might be wondering why you should intern at the Chamber. You probably have a lot of options, and we understand that it can be hard to decide. So here are some reasons why you should consider this opportunity:
- We’re one of the most reputable organizations in the world. We have more than 3 million members worldwide and touch every industry, with offices in all 50 states, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, China and India (and counting). Our interns will get exposure to some of these industries through our many partnerships with businesses around the globe. The Chamber also provides students with career development resources like resume writing workshops and mock interviews during their time as an intern at our headquarters in Washington D.C., so when they graduate from college we hope they will become part of our team!
- The Chamber offers 10 weeks summer internships for undergraduate students who are earning their bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited institution by August 2020 (or within one year after graduation). These positions provide real-world experience working on issues related directly relevant both now—like how trade policy affects your bottom line—and later—such as business leadership training opportunities while still enrolled full-time at school! Plus these programs help pay off student loans too because they include competitive salaries paid biweekly during both semesters (spring/fall) plus supplemental benefits like health insurance coverage.”
State Farm® Ambassadors for Better Neighborhoods Internship
The State Farm® Ambassadors for Better Neighborhoods Internship is a paid internship for college students who are interested in helping to improve their communities. This program seeks to educate, inspire and empower diverse young adults to become leaders through hands-on experience.
Applications are accepted January 1 – August 1 of each year. The internship is 10 weeks long, with a weekly stipend of $400 per week (for up to 40 hours), plus travel expenses. Students must be enrolled in a college/university or trade school at the time of application as well as during their internship term, but they do not have to have completed their academic studies by then.
YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund GE Geoffrey Beene National Scholarship
The YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund GE Geoffrey Beene National Scholarship is a $5,000 scholarship available to full-time undergraduates with at least a 3.0 GPA who are studying fashion or related fields. The scholarship is renewable if you maintain a 3.0 GPA and are able to complete the required application materials each year.
The opportunities for undergraduate students have really grown.
Internships for undergraduate students have really grown in the past few years. The number of companies offering internships has grown, as have the number of students taking internships. There are now more opportunities for undergraduates to gain work experience through an internship than ever before.
This growth is great news! However, it’s important to note that there are still only a small percentage of students who take advantage of these valuable opportunities and most don’t even know they exist.
The average number of internships taken by an undergraduate student has also increased over time: