The BYU Marriott School of Business on-campus internship (OCI) program combines sound business principles and real-world experiences for BYU students as they collaborate with a variety of companies.
Social Innovation Projects (SIP) is an on-campus internship program that empowers you to work on projects from around the world for award-winning organizations that make a difference.
The Washington Seminar selects well-qualified students from all majors to have an applied learning experience in Washington, D.C. Through a quality internship, briefings on current national issues, tours, and excursions, interns gain a valuable supplement to their academic training and the chance to be better prepared for their careers.
The Utah State Legislature Internship is an excellent experience for students interested in the legislative and policy process. Interns work as personal assistants to legislators in researching legislation, attending committee hearings, meeting with constituents and lobbyists, and observing first-hand the process through which laws are made.
This excellent program is open to undergraduate or graduate students of any major who have an interest in the legislative process. Students who are residents of states other than Utah are encouraged to apply. To qualify, an applicant must be a junior, senior or graduate student, have the ability to express himself or herself clearly, both orally and in writing, including the ability to digest, condense, and prepare forms and reports; have a general understanding of the legislative process; be a self-starter and be capable of working with little or no supervision; and have good interpersonal skills. Non-U.S. citizens must have a Permanent Resident Permit ("Green Card") that allows them to work full-time during Winter semester.