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Office of Career and Global Engagement

Career Engagement

Through experiential learning opportunities paired with strong employer partnerships, Clemson's Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business students gain insight into various career fields, build professional networks, and engage in their own career development. By aligning closely with college priorities, we ensure that these opportunities complement the student's business degree.

For a list of career engagement-specific events, please see the Business Student Events Calendar.

The Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business Signing Day is an interactive event that celebrates business students who have received offers for internships, full-time roles after graduation or acceptance to a graduate or professional school. View our Fall 2022 Career Signing Day photos on Flickr.

Career engagement opportunities and resources include:

  • Business JobLink

    Business JobLink is an additional NEW job posting system exclusively for Business students.


    Exclusively for Clemson Wilbur O. & Ann Powers College of Business students, check out Business JobLink to start your job & internship search! #fypシ

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  • Career Library

    Career Library contains resources, tutorials and videos available 24/7 for download.

  • Internships

    Check out Business JobLink for internship postings!

    Internships provide an ideal way to gain entry-level training and better prepare for a career path. An internship is an opportunity to gain hands-on education, network within companies and organizations, and learn what you like/dislike about your target field or role.

    Internships are increasingly important for landing jobs upon graduation. Not only do companies use their interns as a potential candidate pool for future full-time roles, but they expect candidates to have completed one (1) or more internships before graduation.

    Students can search for internships using the new Business JobLink platform or via Clemson JobLink. Via these platforms, students can conduct a search based on major, industry and/or geographic location.

    Students can complete internships via a number of avenues:

    No Credit
    Non-credit internships are solely to gain experience, build a professional network, and be documented on the resume.

    Academic Credit
    Each department in the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business has an internship course with specific requirements. Visit your department internship faculty rep for more details.

    Clemson's INT program
    The INT program documents the internship experience on the transcript, but counts as zero-credit hours. This is a cost-friendly option for students whose internship company requires that they receive credit. There are options for full-time and part-time internship courses. INT courses are offered through the Center for Career & Professional Development's INT program.

    UPIC On-Campus Internships
    The University Professional Internship and Co-Op Program, or UPIC, provides opportunities for students to intern on-campus. Each semester, UPIC opportunities are posted in Clemson JobLink for the upcoming semester. Applications are competitive. Learn more.

    Clemson International Internship Program
    Through Clemson's International Internship Program, internships are available in a variety of global locations. Internships take place during the Summer and students enroll in a special INT 3010 course which yields 3 credits of elective credit.

    Micro Internships
    Micro-internships are short-term, paid, professional assignments that are similar to those given to new hires or interns.

    Learn more about Parker Dewey Micro Internships.

  • Essential Skill Development

    As a business student, what will set you apart from the crowd in today's competitive global workplace? The answer that employers consistently say is soft skills, which we refer to as essential skills.

    We want to ensure our students' success by integrating essential skills with the pillars of the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business: Innovation, Communication, Professionalism, Capitalism, and Perseverance.

    Students are encouraged to participate in workshops, events and dialogues facilitated by peers, faculty, staff, alumni, and business speakers. The conversations that take place focus on career preparation and professional growth, grounded in the University's core competencies.

    View the Business Student Events Calendar.

  • Truist Emerging Leaders Certification

    The Truist Emerging Leaders Certification program is a highly interactive certification program for Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business students which focuses on self-awareness to lead more effectively.

    Students learn about the beliefs driving their leadership behaviors - both positive and negative - and develop a better understanding of their personal strengths and weaknesses. Upon completion of this program, students will be equipped with practical tools and strategies to overcome any leadership blind spots.

    This program is offered in the Spring semester and has limited capacity.

    Spring 2022 Program Details:
    Session I: Thursday, February 24 from 5-8:00 p.m.
    Session II: Friday, February 25 from 2-5:00 p.m.
    Where: Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business, Room 207
    NOTE: Students must attend both sessions to receive a leadership certificate.
    Please contact Juli Thomas with any questions.

    RSVP by February 7, 2022

    What Students Say:

    I would love to just get my foot in the door and start building leadership skills, so that I may feel more confident in running for leadership positions within my organizations, and to also prepare me for potential future management roles. I also think it would be a really great experience to connect with my peers who are motivated, like-minded, and in a similar position as myself.
    I will definitely think about my strengths and weaknesses from the assessments we took and how I can use [them] in my leadership roles understand other peoples' strengths as well. I also thought the communication theories were very interesting it was insightful to take that time to reflect and understand how we can improve skills.
    I am going to be a better communicator and am going to push myself to have a growth mindset instead of a fixed mindset.
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