An Internship is much more than working abroad or interning for a multinational corporation; it is an opportunity for students to take what they have learned inside the classroom and apply it to a changing, globalized business environment.
Recent Moore School internship experiences include:
- ABB Inc. — Strategic Supply Chain and Purchasing Intern; Coral Springs, Florida
- Boeing — Materials Management Intern; Charleston, South Carolina
- Bosch Rexroth — Logistics Intern; Charlotte, North Carolina
- Capitol Records — Marketing Intern; Los Angeles, California
- Coca-Cola — Manufacturing Operations Intern; Madrid, Spain
- Colonial Life Arena — Marketing Intern; Columbia, South Carolina
- Eastman Chemical Company — Supply Chain Intern; Columbia, South Carolina
- ECI Find New Markets — International Export Research Intern; Columbia, South Carolina
- Illuminant Incorporated — Public Relations and Strategic Communications; New York, New York
- Invesco — Corporate Accounting Intern; Paris, France
- JP Morgan Chase — Summer Analyst; Atlanta, Georgia
- Merrill Lynch — Finance Intern; Columbia, South Carolina
- The Nature Conservancy — Social Media Intern; Washington, D.C.
- NETA Headquarters — Social Media Intern; Columbia, South Carolina
- NightLight International — Marketing and Outreach Intern; Bangkok, Thailand
- PwC — Strategic Development Initiative Intern; Charlotte, North Carolina
International Business and Chinese Enterprise (IBCE) Internships
In their junior year at USC, all IBCE students, along with their CUHK cohort counterparts are placed in the same section of Business Careers in the Global Economy, a one-credit course outlining job search essentials, business networking, interviewing and career planning with an international focus.
This program also opens unique opportunities for IBCE members to intern in companies throughout Asia and the United States. Some of the selected internship or research placements completed by IBCE Students in the past include:
- AgFirst Farm Credit Bank — Finance Intern; Columbia, South Carolina
- Amos Qingdao Hainel Co., Ltd. — Marketing Intern; Qingdao, China
- Bank of America — Finance Intern; Charlotte, North Carolina
- China Merchant Bank — Finance Intern; New York, New York
- Credit Suisse — Operations Intern; New York, New York
- HSBC — Finance Intern; New York, New York
- InvestAtlanta — Marketing Intern; Atlanta, Georgia
- Invotex — Finance Intern; Washington, D.C.
- J-sure Healthcare — Marketing Intern; Shanghai, China
- The National Bureau of Asian Research — Economics Research Intern; Washington, D.C.
- Nestle Purina — Marketing Intern; St. Louis, Missouri
- Nomura Securities — Finance Intern; Hong Kong
- The Pragmatic Language Internship Program — Xian, China
- Roche Pharmaceutical — Financial Controller Intern; Shanghai, China
- Target — Marketing Intern; Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Vanguard — Finance Intern; Valley Forge, Pennsylvania
USC graduates of the first class of the IBCE Program, the Class of 2013, are pursuing a range of exciting opportunities in Asia, the US and Europe in terms of jobs or continuing their education, including an IBCE graduate pursuing the Master of Arts in International Development at Cambridge University in the United Kingdom.
Companies hiring IBCE graduates in 2013 include: Bank of America (Finance — Charlotte), Invotex (Financial Consulting — Washington, D.C.), Integration Point (Business Development and Economic Consulting — Charlotte), Stepworks (Creative Marketing Agency — Hong Kong) and Bank of China (Finance — Hong Kong).
At graduation, approximately 80 percent of the first class of IBCE students had job offers or firm plans to continue their education in graduate studies.
International Business of the Americas (IBA) Internships:
2012 marked the launch of the IBA program. We're looking forward to the great business opportunities our partnership with the Universidad de Chile will open for both our students and theirs alike. Please peruse the experiences and internships listed above, which demonstrate just a sample of the positions our incredible International Business students have completed. We anticipate the IBA program will open similar positions to our cohort members and create a network of business leaders who will contribute to the prosperity of the Americas over the course of their careers.