Why is a project-based internship essential? One might even need two of them.
Employability – Ensure employment by learning to do a value-creating project. Build a network of contacts for current and future jobs.
Social outlet – Team up with a friend to share the real-world experience. Share your experience through social media to engage others in understanding the value of projects. Promote the importance of 21st century work.
Contribution to jobs creation – Help with market research, marketing, social media campaigns, and help build a business that aspires to grow to middle market status. Add essential work for establishing a small business. Build new jobs for the economy.
The Fox Internship Program
The Entrepreneurship Internship Program is designed to create new value for sponsoring companies. Students will register for to a three-credit course and apply classroom knowledge to a project implemented within an incubator, accelerator, start-up, or small/medium sized enterprise.
The Fox Advantage
93% of student interns were offered positions in their sponsoring companies (Spring 2016)
Example of Supporting Companies:
- Arts & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia
- Philly Foodworks
- The Kimmel Center
SGM 3585 Incubator Internship: Contribute, Connect and Learn as a Part of the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem
SGM 3685 New Venture Internship: Learn to be a High-Value Employee, Manager, or Founder
SGM 5182, 5190 Graduate Level: New Venture Internship and Incubator Internships
Please visit our Intern Portal for current internship opportunities: http://www.fox.temple.edu/intern_portal/
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (215) 204-4159