OSU Business College Offers Interns to Businesses
The OSU Fisher College of Business is accepting requests from area businesses interested in having a graduate or undergraduate intern for their company this summer to assist with market research, financial planning, business development and other entrepreneurial initiatives.
Each year, Fisher’s Center for Entrepreneurship places several top-level graduate and undergraduate students in local companies. The internships are fully or partially funded by the Center for Entrepreneurship. Intern requests are due by February 17, 2012.
You can learn more about the program and download the Intern Request Form.
Third Frontier Incentivizes Business Internships
While we’re on the topic, don’t miss the opportunity to land an intern and get reimbursed. The Ohio Third Frontier Internship program, a state run program that helps match high tech employers with qualified interns reimburses up to 50 percent of the intern’s wages (up to $3,000). For more information, visit this site.
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