For Students

Internships in the College of Business and Economics provide students with valuable experience in the business world beyond the classroom experience and expose the students to potential career opportunities.

Examples of internship sites include Andersen Windows, City of River Falls, City of Woodbury, Menard's, Wells Fargo, Target Corporation, Edward Jones Investments, and numerous accounting firms.

Internship opportunities will be posted on the Internship Bulletin Board in the hall outside the CBE office (124 South Hall). Internship opportunities are also announced in upper level major courses, as well as listed on the CBE Updates D2L site. Students may locate their own internships (all internships must be approved by the appropriate department chair). A majority of internships are completed over the summer.

For additional information on current internship opportunities, email cbe-interns@uwrf.edumail.

Meet our featured intern!

Anthony GoldenAnthony Golden says that a four year degree looks great on a resume and is essential when looking for a professional career in any field, but work experience outside the classroom in your field of study is what will make you stand out above other applicants.

Anthony is a 2013 Business Administration-Management graduate who sought a management internship to gain this extracurricular experience. Because of his interest in retail and his love of the outdoors, he approached the store manager at Gander Mountain, for whom he had already worked part-time. Throughout his internship, Anthony applied his coursework to real world situations. Anthony's internship was also a valuable experience because it provided insight on what a management position entails when it comes to leadership and the ability to multitask in a fast-paced retail setting.

In addition to helping him get a taste for what the real world has in store, Anthony believes that his internship was a key factor in helping him secure a job shortly after his internship ended. He says, "I'll probably sound like a broken record player on this one, but if you haven't done an internship, I encourage you to meet with the internship manager and find one that fits for you!"

Internship Office
23A South Hall

Audrey Ternes, Internship Manager

Monday 8 a.m.-12:00 noon
Tuesday 12:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
Wednesday 8 a.m.-12:00 noon
Thursday 12:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m.-12:00 noon

Current Internship Postings