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The Department of Marketing has a well-developed internship program. It provides students with the opportunity to earn college credit while performing marketing-related activities for local non-profit and for-profit businesses. Students who participate in internships not only gain valuable work experience but also make professional contacts that may lead to employment after graduation.

Internships offer students opportunities to enhance their academic learning with hands-on experiences in the field of marketing. For employers, an internship program can improve productivity and enhance your organization’s perspective while mentoring aspiring professionals in marketing. The department of marketing offers two courses. MKTG 293 and MKTG 493, through which students can earn college credit for qualifying marketing internship positions. Contact the internship coordinator to learn more about becoming an intern.

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Information for Students

For students seeking an internship,  please visit the COBE internship page for links to all currently available marketing internship positions. For students who have already identified an internship for which they would like credit, please follow the instructions on the Boise State career center internship page.

Also, did you know that we have a Career Closet where you can pick out business attire for an interview or for work. Best part is, it is free!

Information for Employers

For employers seeking to hire a Boise State marketing student, please visit Boise State Career Center’s employers page.

For additional information for students or employers, please see COBE career Services in the Micron Business and Economics Building Room 1120. Email or call 208-426-3862.

To qualify for academic credit, an internship position must meet all of the following conditions:

  • The intern must work 135 hours in the position to receive 3 university credits.
  • The position must provide students with significant hands-on experience with marketing related activities and responsibilities.
  • The intern must be supervised by someone whose primary role is marketing.