Before completing the requirements below, you should meet with Baylor University Career Services to review your resume and interviewing skills.
After meeting with career services, contact the Entrepreneurship Internship Coordinator Linda Ramirez to schedule a meeting to discuss the internship process.
- Contact the Entrepreneurship Internship Coordinator Dawn Maitz to schedule a meeting to discuss the internship process. Be sure to email a copy of your resume prior to the meeting.
- Complete the Internship Interest form. (PDF).
- If you have not already been offered an internship, potential internship opportunities can be found on Baylor's Hire A Bear site. You may also contact the Entrepreneurship Internship Coordinator, Linda Ramirez, to inquire about opportunities.
- If you have already been offered an internship, submit a copy of the offer letter along with the contact information for the internship supervisor to the Entrepreneurship Internship Coordinator.
- Complete the Internship Application. (PDF).
- Complete a Closed Class Permit form, available in the Management & Entrepreneurship Suite #300 of the Hankamer School of Business.
During your internship, you will maintain a daily log describing your daily activities and the number of hours you worked.
Your internship supervisor will need to initial the log at the end of each week to insure you experienced a variety of management/entrepreneurial activities.
Your performance must be evaluated (PDF) by the host company and submitted to Baylor Entrepreneurship's Internship Coordinator at the completion of the internship or one week before the last day of class for the internship semester, whichever comes sooner.
At the conclusion of your internship, you will submit an end-of-internship report explaining what you have learned as a result of the internship experience. Details regarding the report format are found in the Internship Application.
The report should be submitted by the last day of class in your internship semester.