What programs and resources are available for School of Business and Engineering students?
We offer a variety of programs each semester ranging from career boot camps to mock interviews and etiquette dinners and mentorship programs. Our mentor program, which matches sophomore and juniors with advisory board members and alumni professionals, helps students to navigate post-graduate options. Please see our Resources page for a more comprehensive list.
Where can I find out about jobs and internship listings?
Quinnipiac has its own online system of job and internship listings called QU Career Connections, an extensive and continuously growing online job and internship database. This resource is for current students and recent alumni only.
Can students conduct an internship for credit?
Yes, all students are encouraged to conduct an internship for credit following their sophomore year. The student works closely with a faculty member to oversee their educational internship experience. More details are available on MyQ, the University's internal portal (login and password required).
Do I have to conduct an internship?
Although it is not required to conduct an internship across all majors (only in biomedical marketing and computer information systems), students are strongly encourage to conduct as many internships as possible so that they can get a sense of what they truly enjoying doing and what culture is the best fit for them.
Are individual appointments available?
Individual appointments for career counseling and advising can be made with Jill Ferrall, assistant dean for career development in the School of Business.
These sessions can cover a variety of issues, including:
- Determining your career interests, skills and values
- Writing a resume and cover letter
- Preparing for interviews
- Finding a job or internship
For more information, contact the associate dean at email@example.com or 203-582-3655.