Internships open to sophomore and junior Business Majors
8-10 week internship
For credit course in business (1 credit)* and theology (1 credit)
Stipend for housing
Students in the program must complete the academic requirements of orientation, reading and writing during the summer, an integration paper, and a follow-up presentation with discussion in September.
First interviews will be conducted on campus in February. Second interviews will be by phone with the partner organization before spring break. Telephone interviews will be arranged for those who are studying abroad.
For position descriptions, partner organization info, and locations available, please visit: http://socialconcerns.nd.edu/
Sponsored by the Mendoza College of Business and the Center for Social Concerns. Please contact Melissa Paulsen in the Gigot Center (126 Mendoza) at email@example.com or 631-7568 with any questions.
*Please note that course credits do not count toward an individual’s graduation requirements in the College of Business.