Office of Student Enrichment


An internship is an ideal way for a Clemson student to gain entry-level job experience and training, and build relationships necessary to better prepare for a career path. Whether within the U.S. or in another country, an internship is an opportunity for hands-on education and networking within top companies and organizations and creates a means for a student to determine if his chosen field is the best fit for his future career. It is never too early to do an internship and students should consider doing more than one.

Students aren’t the only ones who benefit from internships. Employers who hire interns are able to gain top talent and groom potential employees while providing them a hands-on, true-to-life working experience.

CBBS currently offers domestic and international internships to CBBS students. These internships can be categorized in one of three ways:

  • An internship completed solely for the purpose of gaining practical experience in a chosen field which can be documented on a resume.
  • An internship completed for academic credit as governed by the guidelines of the department issuing credit hours. Find your internship faculty advisor here.
  • An internship for zero credit hours as documented on a student’s transcript through the Michelin Career Center.