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Program Overview


Over the course of one semester, students provide 60 hours of work on a project-based internship experience provided by a local business. Working alongside a mentor, students will gain the skills and knowledge necessary to complete the project.


In conjunction with the internship, students are required to take BSTC299, an eight-week professional development course. Throughout the program, students will learn not only from the business mentor, but also the faculty advisor and fellow classmates.


Students will earn a $900 stipend and 1 academic credit for successful completion of the program. Businesses may choose to hire interns after the completion of the program, should a suitable position be available.

Interested in participating?

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