Students benefit from the school’s remarkable partnerships with more than 50 corporations and businesses in the fields of accounting, banking, computer information systems, economics, finance, international business, marketing, management, research, retail and tourism. The School of Business is engaged in significant relationships with Aramark, Cisco, General Electric, IBM, Johnson and Johnson, JP Morgan, Kraft Foods, Marriott International Hotels, North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, PNC Bank, SAS Institute, and Walt Disney World Resort.
Who employs NCCU School of Business graduates?
Aramark, Bank of America, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Caterpillar, Central Intelligence Agency, Cisco, Compass Group, Credit Suisse, Darden Restaurants, Deloitte & Touché, Dow Chemical, Enterprise, Ernst & Young, Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Credit Union, Fidelity, General Electric, GlaxoSmithKline, Hyatt Hotels, IBM, Internal Revenue Service, Johnson & Johnson, Kraft Foods, Kroger, Lord Corp., Lowe’s, Marriott International Hotels, Mechanics & Farmers Bank, MGM Grand, Mitchell & Titus, Monsanto, Mutual Community Savings Bank, Nationwide Mutual Insurance, N.C. Mutual Life Insurance, N.C. State Auditor’s Office, Northwestern Mutual, Pepsico, PNC Bank, PPG Inc., Price Waterhouse Coopers, Progress Energy, Research Triangle Institute, SAS Institute, SABIC, Sears Holding, Sodexho, State Employees Credit Union, State of N.C. Department of Administration, SunTrust Bank, U.S. Department of Defense, Verizon, Walker & Company, Wal-Mart, Walt Disney World Resort, Xerox Corporation, 3M Corporation.
School of Business students are participating in powerful partnerships through internships. Our experience has shown that 90% of student interns are offered career opportunities before or upon graduation.
We asked students in internships to share lessons learned from their experiences and some advice for their fellow students. It is a pleasure to present their responses.
"I encourage students to participate in internships because – combined with their coursework – they will have a better understanding of company operations."
Leadership Institute for Female Employees Program North Carolina State Government
"It is impossible to learn everything you need to know from a book or a class. Hands-on experience is mandatory for developing confidence in the workplace."
"I encourage students to participate in an internship in their field of study because internships add value to education."
Bank of America
Analyst II Systems Engineer Intern
"My knowledge base has expanded and now includes both theory and practice. As a result, I am confident about my career choice."
PPG Industries, Global Wood Coatings
"I hope that all Eagles will participate in an internship because it might lead to a potential employment opportunity for them."