Hosting an Intern

Baylor Business Entrepreneurship

Internship Structure

For a company to be eligible to participate in the internship program, it will normally provide a compensated position that spans an entire semester (or both summer terms) for a minimum 160 work hours and expose the student to a real business/entrepreneurial environment.

Responsibilities can be varied, but roles might include:

  • Project management
  • Business analysis
  • Competitive analysis
  • Consulting
  • Training
  • Economic development
  • Market research
  • Customer relationship management
  • Social media strategies
  • Strategic planning

Responsibilities During the Internship

Getting Started

Prior to the student beginning an internship at your company, please provide detailed parameters of the internship by completing the ENTREPRENEURSHIP INTERNSHIP INFORMATION - COMPANY and review the Internship Guidelines for Companies.

Work Log Review

During the student's internship, the student's supervisor at your company should initial the intern's journal/log at the end of each week to track the number of work hours, document the intern's reflections and responses relative to the internship's responsibilities and experiences, and insure that the intern is provided a variety of management/entrepreneurial experiences.

Internship Evaluation

Within one week of the completion of the internship, the company must provide Baylor Entrepreneurship an evaluation of the intern's job performance. A copy of this evaluation will be forwarded to the intern.

Internship Forms

Quick access to the forms used during the internship:

Internship Position Description
Internship Guidelines for Companies
Internship Evaluation

If you have questions, please email ENT_Internships@baylor.edu or call Roxie Collier at 254.710.2265.

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