Lavin Center Internship Program
Students and employers alike benefit from the Entrepreneur Internship Program at San Diego State University's Lavin Entrepreneurship Center. Through partnerships with the local business community, the Center fosters real-world opportunities for SDSU's graduate business students.
The Lavin Center's internship program offers both for-profit and non-profit internships and provides graduate students with the opportunity to engage with an organization in the community. MBA and other graduate interns take part in the development of short and long-term strategy, competitive marketplace due diligence, the research and final recommendations for action. Strategic projects range from operations, finance, and management to business development, research and marketing.
All relevant information required to become involved in this exciting program is located in the left-hand navigation of this webpage. Internships through the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center are paid and professionally monitored. If you have any questions, please contact Bernhard Schroeder or Christine Ren.
The Technology Transfer Office at SDSU, in partnership with the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center offers internship opportunities for SDSU MBA students interested in understanding the process of transitioning a technology to the marketplace. Students involved with the Technology Transfer Office will gain valuable experience in serving as a licensing and marketing associate.
- Top 20 in the nation among universities for entrepreneurs in the U.S.
- Top 25 list of "America's Best Colleges for Entrepreneurs."
- Top 30 in entrepreneurship according to U.S. News & World Report.
~ Zeynep Ilgaz, SDSU'00