The Entrepreneurship Internship Program gives students the opportunity to put classroom knowledge into action in real-world business environments while expanding their skill sets and professional relationships. The program allows the student to receive 3 hours of academic credit for the work completed during the internship and the employer gains access to high quality interns to serve in a temporary capacity.
- The student must have taken ENT 3320 if entrepreneurship major, or ENT 3315 if entrepreneurship minor, BEFORE enrolling in the internship course, ENT 4395.
- Willing to work 160 hours minimum during semester.
Are you a student wanting Academic Credit for your internship? Complete the student internship application.
If you are a student wanting an internship, contact the Entrepreneur internship coordinator.
Are you a company looking for an intern with entrepreneurial talent? Check out the internship hosting guidelines
Handshake is available for both students and employers to use. Students, please put ENTREPRENEURSHIP in the search function. Host companies, plsease include "Looking for Baylor ENT students" in your description.
Not Just for Summer
Students can participate in internships throughout the year in both a physical and virtual environment.