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, for entrepreneurship majors, or ENT 3315 for entrepreneurship minors, before enrolling in the internship course, ENT 4395.
- The student must obtain pre-approval of the internship position from the Internship Coordinator prior to starting work or enrolling in the internship course, ENT 4395. Contact Patrick Linstrom for more information.
- The student will be expected to complete course requirements including maintaining a weekly log, having the internship supervisor complete an evaluation of student performance and submitting a detailed (10 - 20 page) final report as outlined in the course syllabus.
Using Handshake (Students)
- Use Handshake to create a professional profile, to build a resume and to apply for internship positions.
- In addition to searching "All" in the Search box, we recommend selecting "Entrepreneurship" in the search function to ensure that you see the Entrepreneurship opportunities.
Internship requirements include
- A position that exposes the student to an entrepreneurial environment.
- Within the given timeline, the student must work a minimum of 360 hours.
Registering as a host company is handled through Career Management's Handshake software. In the description of your internship opportunity be sure to include 'Looking for Baylor ENT students'.
Not Just for Summer
Students can participate in internships throughout the year in both a physical and virtual environment.