The Tobin College of Business offers internships for real life experience and we provide our students with opportunities with employers throughout the Metropolitan area.
Credit internships provide business students with valuable work experience, which will enhance their classroom learning. Tobin offers credit internships to first semester juniors, who are currently enrolled and have completed 60 credits with a cumulative GPA of at least a 2.75. This program provides students with the opportunity to develop skills outside the classroom in actual work settings.
Each internship opportunity lasts one semester and is part-time. Students are allowed up to two for-credit internships during their undergraduate career.
Interns must be supervised by both a Tobin faculty member and someone on-site at the internship. Students must be successfully reviewed for performance after the completion of 135 hours of internship. Application of the principles and theories of a specific business major discipline is emphasized throughout the internship.
Our proximity to New York City's business center opens enviable opportunities for real-world experience prior to graduation. Students may earn course credit by interning at companies such as UBS Financial Services, and Viacom. However, Tobin has sponsoring firms throughout New York and other locations. You might even leverage your internship into a job offer when you've completed your degree.
Below is a current listing of some of our Internship Partners:
Prospective Partners Contact:
If you are interested in offering our students an internship at your organization, please contact the following:
See University established Company Guidelines.
Students should be first semester juniors with 60 credits completed at time of application, with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or better.
If you do meet these requirements, you may obtain internships through the Internship Coordinator.
Here are the necessary Steps to Follow in gaining your internship experience.
Preparing to Intern:
When you are preparing for your internship, talk with your professors. You should also research your future career area and create an effective resume and tailored cover letters. Learn and practice interview skills and get involved.
Contact Information for Interested Students:
The Student Guidelines and Instructions MUST be read and understood before any student can sign up for an internship!
Contact the following St. John's representative if you have additional questions:
Renee Hughes - Queens
The Internship Program provides business students with valuable work experience, which will enhance their classroom learning. The internship will provide students with the opportunity to develop business skills in an actual work setting. Each internship is a one-term, part-time, three-credit position within a supervised work environment. Practical application of business practices and theories is emphasized. This course may be taken only twice, if eligible. Approval and registration for internship courses taken for credit must be completed prior to the commencement of the internship. Requests for retroactive enrollment in the internship course will not be considered.Requirements:
Students will earn a letter grade:Major Elective:
Satisfactory completion of the TCB Internship Program (Marketing 4399, Management 4399, Economics/Finance 4399 or RMI 4399) will apply towards three credits of major electives.
Satisfactory completion of the TCB Internship Program (Accounting 4399, Market 4400, Management 4400 or Economics/ Finance 4400 or RMI 4400)
Comments to Internship Students: TCB students have established an excellent record over the years. Sponsoring companies have expressed their satisfaction with the preparation students have received, their willingness to work and learn, their enthusiasm and commitment.
You represent not only yourself, but also the University. Try to ascertain the nature and scope of the work you will be asked to perform and all other obligations. Be certain the internship assignment you have chosen is the right decision for you. We are here to help, and if you have any questions or problems during the process, feel free to either call or email the Internship Administrator.
The relationship between the academic world and the business community is a vital one. The Internship Program of the Peter J. Tobin College of Business (TCB) at St. John's University is an important link in this relationship.
The Internship Program provides business students with valuable work experience, which will enhance their classroom learning. Additionally, the Internship Program affords the College further opportunity for evaluating the efficacy of the curriculum in preparing graduates for success in business.
TCB offers internships to students enrolled in our undergraduate programs with a GPA of 2.75 and higher. This program provides students with the opportunity to develop skills outside the classroom in an actual work setting. Internships are for one term, are part-time and are credit bearing, along with the possibility of compensation (at the discretion of the company). Interns must be supervised and reviewed. The application of the principles and theories of a specific business discipline is emphasized. Students are covered by the University’s insurance policy during school working hours.
To participate in the Peter J. Tobin College of Business Internship Program, companies must agree to the following:
To participate, business students must meet the following criteria:
Each intern will receive a letter grade upon completion of his/her internship, based on the following course requirements:
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