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Internships

Case studies

picture of Nana YaaNanaYaa served as a Public Relations intern at the Grand Rapids Community Foundation.

Picture of Andy and his supervisor Andy (left) (shown here with his supervisor) interned at Prein & Newhof, doing both marketing work and using his communication skills as a liaison between construction sites and the main office.

interns at the GriffinsErin and Adam gained valuable sports sales and marketing experience working at the Griffins, our local hockey team.

interns at the GriffinsDustin, a business and engineering double major interning at Innotec, explains how his machine works to Prof. Bob Eames.

interns at the GriffinsA pre-law student, Paul's internship at Varnum, Riddering, Schmidt and Howlett, one of Grand Rapids' premier law firms, was a perfect fit.

interns at the GriffinsAudra assisted the City of Grand Rapids' Office of Youth and Family Services in evaluating their after school programs.

interns at the GriffinsCatherine gained valuable accounting experience in the finance department at Universal Forest Products.

interns at the GriffinsA business major, Kurt learned sales and financial services techniques as an intern at MetLife.

interns at the GriffinsJed and Abigail interned in Human Resources at Tower Automotive, working benefits and compensation.

Experience counts!

Internship experiences allow businesses to make a valuable contribution to the future work force. Using these programs, employers can identify and develop eager-to-learn students into potential new hires, reduce training costs, address workforce diversity goals, and evaluate a potential new hire in the workplace. Through internships, businesses help students integrate classroom theory with practice.

Below are a few photos of Calvin interns at their site placements. For more information about internships, view the internship Web site.