The Scheinfeld Center provides opportunities for students enrolled in any discipline to undertake local internships with businesses that are entrepreneurial and international. We advocate for paid internships with businesses that use internships as a pathway to hiring.
The Scheinfeld Center Internship Program is for the SBCC students only. The objective of the Internship Program is threefold:
(1) Match students from a variety of academic backgrounds with internship opportunities to enhance their educational experience through practical work assignments.
(2) Expose interns to the real-world work environment of small business and entrepreneurship with a global reach.
(3) Provide the Scheinfeld Center, Small Business Development Center, Center for International Trade Development, and our business community with the assistance of qualified students.
If you’re an SBCC student interested in completing an internship through the Scheinfeld Center, please email Curtis Crispin to get started: firstname.lastname@example.org
Employers that engage in business globally (sourcing, outsourcing, exports, and/or global clients) and are interested in becoming an internship sponsor through the Scheinfeld Center can apply by reviewing the guidelines and completing the sponsor intake survey at the links below.
Internship sponsors are required to abide by the NACE Principles for Professional Practice in recruiting, selection and hiring practices. The Scheinfeld Center reserves the right to refuse sponsor applicants based on a violation of these standards.