The Internship and Volunteerism Program at the School of Business is developed to incorporate real world work experience and learning into the student's academic experience while they seek to discover their personal calling. The program represents a close link among the students, the employers, and the School of Business. Each student represents not only him or herself, but also their academic department and the University. 

Internships and Volunteerism provide students with valuable work experience that integrates theory learned in the classroom with practical application on the job. It is an opportunity for students to develop personal and professional maturity and ethics. For employers,  internship is  an opportunity to assist a student's development, and to supplement an employer’s  workforce with emerging talent, and enhance long-term recruiting efforts by evaluating students' potential for employment.