Students - Economic and Business Development

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  • CMOST Nano Camp
    In partnership with the Children's Museum of Science and Technology (CMOST), CNSE presents a nanotechnology summer camp geared toward 11-14 year olds.
  • 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.
  • College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering Summer Internship Program
    The highly competitive CNSE Summer Internship program provides hands-on experience to undergraduate students who wish to pursue careers relating to nanotechnology.
  • College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering's K-12 Educational Outreach
    CNSE is firmly committed to raising awareness of the benefits of nanotechnology through a wide array of innovative programs, events and activities.
  • 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.
  • Engineering Explorations Program
    CNSE is an active participant in the Albany High School Engineering Explorations program, serving as a host for student laboratory rotations in the form of internships.
  • 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.
  • Institute of Nanoscale Technology and Youth (INTY)
    A partnership between CNSE and the Center for Urban Youth and Technology, the program is aimed at engaging young people in the pioneering field of nanotechnology.
  • Interns
    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.
  • NanoCareer Day
    CNSE’s NanoCareer Day is a daylong event at CNSE for students from throughout the region meant to address the national need to stimulate an interest in math and science.
  • NanoHigh
    NanoHigh was designed by CNSE and the City School District of Albany to increase students' knowledge of nanotechnology and the career opportunities it offers.
  • Nanoeconomics Constellation
    CNSE has tailored the traditional departmental structure into constellation "think-tanks" that encourage cross-disciplinary educational curricula and research programs.
  • Nanoengineering Constellation
    CNSE has tailored the traditional departmental structure into constellation "think-tanks" that encourage cross-disciplinary educational curricula and research programs.
  • Nanoscience Constellation
    CNSE has tailored the traditional departmental structure into constellation "think-tanks" that encourage cross-disciplinary educational curricula and research programs.
  • Nanotechnology Explorations for Science, Training and Education Promotion (NEXSTEP)
    NEXSTEP, spearheaded by CNSE's NanoEconomics Constellation in partnership with Key Bank and the Key Foundation, is designed to attract high-tech growth to NYS.
  • 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.