(ON CAMPUS INTERN OPPORTUNITY)
Undergraduate Classification of Juniors and Seniors need only to apply. Graduate Students will not be considered for this internship.
Student interns will participate in a cross-departmental experience in business functions that support the mission of a higher education institution.
Over the course of the academic year, the intern will work in 2-4 different functions, in the Student Business Services Office. The intern will gain a broad perspective on the critical administrative functions that support the academic mission in higher education and the positive aspects of a career in the business of higher education.
Student Business Services
The Student Business Services Internship will involve the intern in the various aspects of student account activity. This will include student account charges and payments processing, student account receivable reconciliations, student billing, and the analysis and communication skills necessary for success in university administration. The intern will gain an understanding of the interdependent relationship of these areas essential to support effective and efficient financial operations.
· 30 week academic year program
· Rotational experience across major functional areas
· Paid internship
· Dedicated mentor
· 10 hrs/wk maximum commitment
· Experience in a fast-paced professional workplace
· Skill development translatable to other business environments
· Exposure to career opportunities at the university
· Recognition on your official transcript
· A mentor/intern relationship for guidance and skill development
Required: Resume and Cover Letter. (Applicants will not be considered without Resume and Cover Letter)
UMBC DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE - UNIVERSITY BUSINESS INTERNSHIP (UBI) PROGRAM
UMBC Division of Administration and Finance has designed an academic year long paid internship program that will integrate the student in a robust departmental experience in business functions that support the mission of a higher education institution.
Over the course of the academic year, the intern will work in their chosen business area, gaining a broad perspective on the critical administrative functions that support higher education and the positive aspects of a career in the business of higher education, to include:
*Safety & Security
*Student Business Services
*Management Advisory Services (MAS)
*Campus Card/Mail Services