Students - Economic and Business Development
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- College of Computing and Information Internships
CCI partners with libraries, government, corporations and other organizations to identify internship opportunities mutually beneficial for students and CCI partners.
- Communication Student Internship
Graduate internships in the Department of Communication involve supervised applications of communication theory in agencies of business and government.
- Department of Economics Internship Opportunities
The internship gives students hands-on experience in economic research and activity in business, government, and non-profit agencies in the Capital District area.
- Full Time MBA Program - HRIS Specialization
Year long field projects provide the opportunity for MBA student teams to apply their knowledge of human resources and technology in an organizational setting.
- Full Time MBA Program - ITM Specialization
Year long field projects provide the opportunity for MBA student teams to apply their knowledge of ITM in an organizational setting.
- Full Time MBA Program Volunteering
Fulltime MBA students have a host of options when looking to volunteer during their tenure in the program.
Internships are one of the critical features to the success of the School of Business and our partnership with Capital Region's businesses.
- Junior Achievement
Through various volunteer efforts each year, UAlbany students help to teach basic business principles to local K-12 classrooms.
- Regional Business Plan Competition
The School of Business is launching the first regional business plan competition focusing on renewable energy and sustainability.
- UNI 390 University-wide Internships Program
Approximately 100 students university-wide participate in an extensive internship program with for-profit, not-for-profit and government organizations each year.
- Undergraduate Marketing Program
The marketing department offers scholarships and plans events for students in conjunction with the local chapter of the American Marketing Association.