Students in the Baker Organization Observation for Knowledge (BOOK) program research the organizations where they serve as interns and then present their experience before judges who award a cash prize. Read More
During his internship with the Kansas City T-Bones, Ryan Lasneske learned the ins and outs of marketing and operations for a professional baseball team.
The Career Involvement Program (or internship) enables a student to integrate on-campus academic study with off-campus work experience.
Internships allow students an opportunity to gain practical experience through on-the-job challenges and opportunities by blending knowledge gained from academic studies with real-world applications.
Brittni Sayers participated in a therapy program internship at Island Dolphin Care in Key Largo, Fla.
Kendra Clark worked with kids with autism and adults with disabilities using hippotherapy during her internship at Midnight Farms.
Nick Williams got hands-on TV broadcasting experience during his internship with NBC affiliate 41 Action News.
Julian Mills (with Purdue coach Matt Painter) helped coaches with video coordinating during his internship with USA Basketball.
Internships | Put Your Knowledge to the Test
Nothing puts your knowledge to the test like real-world experience, and students are encouraged to intern at least once during college.
Internships can earn students credit during the semester, January Interterm or during the summer. With the assistance of Career Services and professors, students land fantastic experiences.
Push Your Boundaries
Baker students have interned with the following companies and organizations. Often internships lead to offers for full-time positions after graduation.
Learn more about internships:
Interterm Internship Agreement Deadline
- Monday, Dec. 9
- 4:30 p.m.
- Career Services Office, Student Union 2nd Floor
Interterm internship agreements are due by 4:30 p.m. Monday, December 9. Turn them into Susan Wade in the Career Services Office upstairs in the Student Union.