Solve a Business Challenge

Hire a Bryan School Intern

We invite your organization to recruit both undergraduate and graduate students for your internship needs. Internships can take place any time of year. Any internship opportunity should add value to your organization, and should be an excellent hands-on learning opportunity for our students.

Benefits of Providing an Internship Opportunity:
  • Added economic value for your organization
  • Support to allow current employees to focus on key priorities
  • Fresh perspective on organizational challenges
  • Enhanced recruiting of new talent into your organization
  • Increased brand equity for your organization among our students
  • Future partnership opportunities with the Bryan School and UNCG
Sample Internship Projects:

Competitive analysis, market research into new opportunities, business plan development, financial analysis and modeling, supply chain analysis and inventory management, human resource planning and development, project management, software development, web development, and systems analysis

Suggested Recruiting Calendar for Interns:
Semester Intern is Needed Post Internship on SpartanCareers Posting Duration
Fall
(late August-early December)
Between April and July 8-10 weeks
Spring
(mid/late January-early May)
Between September and October 8-10 weeks
Summer
(late May-early August)
Between January and February
(some employers post summer internships as early as September)
8-10 weeks

If your organization is currently offering unpaid internships, please review the U.S. Department of Labor’s Fact Sheet (from April 2010) regarding paid/unpaid internships. For more information on this topic, click here.

If you have questions or concerns regarding your unpaid internship, please contact our office. Please note that our office recommends offering paid internships to students to increase the number of applications.

Course Consulting Projects

Does your company have problems, challenges, or opportunities that need to be addressed, but not enough time or people to work on addressing them?  Let our Bryan School students help!

As part of a for-credit class, an individual student or a team of students will work on a specific business challenge or opportunity, and through their research will identify a solution(s) and present their findings to you.

Projects take place during the fall and/or spring semesters, and prior planning is required. Projects may be selected up to 3-6 months prior to the start of the course.  A project application may be required to be considered for some courses.

Currently, projects are completed by graduate students in the MBA and M.S. in Information Technology and Management programs, as well as in undergraduate courses in information systems, marketing, and entrepreneurship.  More courses will be added in the future.

Business Case Competitions

Does your organization have a specific business case that would benefit from broad-reaching analysis in a competitive environment? A Bryan School student business case competition is just the fix!

Throughout these competitions, student teams will be required to apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired in the classroom towards solving actual business cases. Once the analysis is complete, each team will present their recommendations and a detailed plan of action to a panel of corporate executives who will evaluate the students’ presentations and determine competition winners.

Competitions take place during the fall and/or spring semesters, and prior planning is required.  A project application may be required to be considered for some courses.

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