These opportunities are provided for marketing majors and minors, or students whose program requires a marketing internship.
- Prerequisite course: Mktg 360
- Credits awarded: Most interns earn three credits, but can be awarded as many as 15. Three credits require a minimum of 120 hours.
- Finding an internship: Visit Todd 367 to view listings
- Pre-internship paperwork: The Internship Learning Agreement form (pdf) is to be completed by the student and internship provider and is submitted to the Department Chair for approval, along with a detailed description of the tasks to be performed.
- Academic requirements: You may need to complete a marketing/promotional plan (or other relevant plan), a 5-page typed report, and a term paper and/or a journal/diary. Your faculty sponsor will decide which requirements you will need to satisfy.
- Evaluation forms: You (the student) (pdf) and your employer (pdf) must both complete evaluations.
- Timing: Internship work must be performed during the same semester in which the credits are received.
- Tuition and fees: You must pay the per-credit WSU tuition and fees for the semester in which you complete the internship.
The Marketing Club is a student organization that aims to build its members’ skills and knowledge about the field of marketing and related career opportunities. The club is open to any WSU student with an interest in learning more about marketing fields. Club members take field trips to Spokane and Seattle to visit with marketing professionals—including WSU alumni—in their workplaces. Members also participate in other club-sponsored events.
Visit the club on Facebook or contact organizers by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Chadwick Miller
Department of Marketing and International Business
PO Box 644750
Washington State University
International Business Club
Join students of diverse nationalities in learning about business practices around the world. You’ll learn how to conduct business in different cultures and countries. At the same time, you’ll build relationships with fellow students, international scholars, university professors, and corporate representatives. The club hosts guest speakers and members travel to visit companies that trade internationally. No matter what your major, you’re welcome to join.
Faculty advisor: Jessica Cassleman, email@example.com
Gain firsthand experience working across cultures and national boundaries. Through an international internship, you’ll learn what it takes to navigate global business practices.
Experiencing another culture firsthand transforms the perspectives of international business students. The Carson College offers a wide selection of options for studying abroad.