Internships are typically a one-time work or service experience related to a student’s major or career goal. The internship plan generally involves a student working in a professional setting under supervision of practicing professionals. Internships can be paid, or unpaid, and the student may or may not receive academic credit for performing the work.
Internships can be for one, or span multiple, academic terms. We are flexible with much of the structure of an internship. We focus more on ensuring that a student completes a professional work experience within their academic major, at a credible employer who will help professionally mentor them through the experience, and that fits within the student's career goals.
- Real-world work experience
- Great Networking Opportunities
- Apply classroom theory to practice
- Confirmation of career path
- 53% of internships, evolve into full-time positions
- CBA Freshman entering in academic year 2008-09, Internships are a requirment for degree completion
Past Internship Sites
Below are examples of past internship sites for students. Although this is only a partial list, students can explore a variety of local, federal, international, on-profit, or entrepreneurial organizations.
A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc.
Barnes & Noble
Cincinnati Financial Corp.
The City of Lima
Community Storage & Properties, Ltd.
Cooper Tire & Rubber
Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc.
Ernst & Young
First National Bank of Pandora
Hard Rock Cafe
Hardin Memorial Hospital
Hartzell Fan, Inc.
Honda of America
Internal Revenue Service
Lowe's Home Improvement Company
Marathon Petroleum Company, LLC
Nelson Auto Group
Northwest Mutual Financial
Ohio Auditor of State
Protech Coating Company
Pry CPA Service, Inc.
Rea & Associates, CPA's
R.E. Sielschott, CPA
SPERO-SMITH Investment Advisors, Inc.
Stanley Steemer International
Superior Metal Products
Unverferth Manufacturing Co., Inc.
United Technologies, Sikorsky Division
Walt Disney World