Internships

    At SUNY Oneonta, we’ll encourage you to develop your skills, make valuable career connections, and gain practical experience with an internship in your field of study. Internship opportunities are available across academic disciplines and in all kinds of settings, as close to home as the campus Information Technology Services department—or as far-flung as Buenos Aires and Shanghai.

    More than 500 students complete credit-bearing internships each year. An increasing variety of opportunities is available right in the Oneonta area through partnerships with businesses and nonprofit organizations, many of which advertise openings and network with students at our annual Summer Opportunities Fair.

    Connections with Oneonta alumni through programs such as the annual Backpacks to Briefcases networking event for business students and the New York City Internship Fair help students land internships further afield, and many of these opportunities lead to full-time employment after graduation.

    In May 2014, SUNY Oneonta launched a new international internship program offering opportunities in 12 major cities around the world in partnership with the Academic Internship Council and Connect-123. Explore the world from a new angle as a photography or film intern in Dublin. Make international business connections at HSBC Singapore. Or tackle real-world public health and environmental challenges in Mumbai.

    Whatever your career goal or passion, staff from our Career Development Center will help you research and prepare to apply for internships. Connections and support are also available through faculty internship coordinators across academic disciplines.

    The college’s Helen & Michael Casper Fellowship for Internship Support helps defray travel costs and housing expenses for qualified students, with the goal of increasing access to internship opportunities and encouraging students to pursue internships that might otherwise be unattainable.

    From fall 2013 to summer 2014, a total of 511 Oneonta students completed credit-bearing internships at more than 150 businesses and nonprofit organizations, including:

    Al Cholos and Sons Bakery

    Applehead Recording Studio

    Archive of Contemporary Music

    Atlantic Records/Big Beat Records

    Audiomine Music

    BB King Blues Club

    Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center

    BMG Chrysalis

    The Catalyst Publicity Group

    Catholic Charities of Livingston County

    CBS/Eye Productions Inc

    Children's Aid Society

    The Chronicle Newspaper

    Clear Channel Media to Entertainment

    Clifton Family Medical Center

    deWolfe Music USA Inc

    Epic Records (SONY Music Entertainment)

    Flourish Baking Company

    Frontline Entertainment Agency

    Giorgio Armani Corporation

    Handmaid Music

    Hewlett Packard

    Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge

    Jamel Gaines' Creative Outlet Dance Theater of Brooklyn

    Live Nation Entertainment

    Maxim Magazine

    Michael Kors

    Mixpak Records

    Music Production Institute/Mixdown Recording Studios

    NBCUniversal

    National Park Service

    National Weather Service Forecast Office

    News 12 Long Island

    New York Summer Music Festival

    Nexstat Broadcasting, Inc (New Channel 9)

    Octal Sound

    Onondaga County Day Treatment Program

    Opera Saratoga

    Pearl Corporation

    Proctors Theater

    U.S. Senator Charles Schumer's Office

    Salsa Del Barrio/C & C Music Factory

    Shock Entertainment Inc

    Sirius XM Satellite Radio

    Springbrook

    Szul Jewelry

    Thomas Cole National Historic Site

    Tommy Hilfiger

    Vera Wang

    Vis A Vis Consulting

    WBNG Television

    Whispering Pines Preschool

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    Internships

    • Krystal LaDuc spent two months as a publications assistant in Dublin, Ireland, during an internship through SUNY Oneonta's partnership with Connect-123.
    • Joe Spaulding collects fish samples for an environmental study as an intern at the Biological Field Station in Cooperstown.
    • Criminal justice major Alexis Bolesky confers with Judge Lucy Bernier during an internship at Oneonta City Court.

    At SUNY Oneonta, we’ll encourage you to develop your skills, make valuable career connections, and gain practical experience with an internship in your field of study. Internship opportunities are available across academic disciplines and in all kinds of settings, as close to home as the campus Information Technology Services department—or as far-flung as Buenos Aires and Shanghai.

    More than 500 students complete credit-bearing internships each year. An increasing variety of opportunities is available right in the Oneonta area through partnerships with businesses and nonprofit organizations, many of which advertise openings and network with students at our annual Summer Opportunities Fair.

    Connections with Oneonta alumni through programs such as the annual Backpacks to Briefcases networking event for business students and the New York City Internship Fair help students land internships further afield, and many of these opportunities lead to full-time employment after graduation.

    In May 2014, SUNY Oneonta launched a new international internship program offering opportunities in 12 major cities around the world in partnership with the Academic Internship Council and Connect-123. Explore the world from a new angle as a photography or film intern in Dublin. Make international business connections at HSBC Singapore. Or tackle real-world public health and environmental challenges in Mumbai.

    Whatever your career goal or passion, staff from our Career Development Center will help you research and prepare to apply for internships. Connections and support are also available through faculty internship coordinators across academic disciplines.

    The college’s Helen & Michael Casper Fellowship for Internship Support helps defray travel costs and housing expenses for qualified students, with the goal of increasing access to internship opportunities and encouraging students to pursue internships that might otherwise be unattainable.

    From fall 2013 to summer 2014, a total of 511 Oneonta students completed credit-bearing internships at more than 150 businesses and nonprofit organizations, including:

    Al Cholos and Sons Bakery

    Applehead Recording Studio

    Archive of Contemporary Music

    Atlantic Records/Big Beat Records

    Audiomine Music

    BB King Blues Club

    Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center

    BMG Chrysalis

    The Catalyst Publicity Group

    Catholic Charities of Livingston County

    CBS/Eye Productions Inc

    Children's Aid Society

    The Chronicle Newspaper

    Clear Channel Media to Entertainment

    Clifton Family Medical Center

    deWolfe Music USA Inc

    Epic Records (SONY Music Entertainment)

    Flourish Baking Company

    Frontline Entertainment Agency

    Giorgio Armani Corporation

    Handmaid Music

    Hewlett Packard

    Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge

    Jamel Gaines' Creative Outlet Dance Theater of Brooklyn

    Live Nation Entertainment

    Maxim Magazine

    Michael Kors

    Mixpak Records

    Music Production Institute/Mixdown Recording Studios

    NBCUniversal

    National Park Service

    National Weather Service Forecast Office

    News 12 Long Island

    New York Summer Music Festival

    Nexstat Broadcasting, Inc (New Channel 9)

    Octal Sound

    Onondaga County Day Treatment Program

    Opera Saratoga

    Pearl Corporation

    Proctors Theater

    U.S. Senator Charles Schumer's Office

    Salsa Del Barrio/C & C Music Factory

    Shock Entertainment Inc

    Sirius XM Satellite Radio

    Springbrook

    Szul Jewelry

    Thomas Cole National Historic Site

    Tommy Hilfiger

    Vera Wang

    Vis A Vis Consulting

    WBNG Television

    Whispering Pines Preschool

    Internships

    • Krystal LaDuc spent two months as a publications assistant in Dublin, Ireland, during an internship through SUNY Oneonta's partnership with Connect-123.
    • Joe Spaulding collects fish samples for an environmental study as an intern at the Biological Field Station in Cooperstown.
    • Criminal justice major Alexis Bolesky confers with Judge Lucy Bernier during an internship at Oneonta City Court.

    At SUNY Oneonta, we’ll encourage you to develop your skills, make valuable career connections, and gain practical experience with an internship in your field of study. Internship opportunities are available across academic disciplines and in all kinds of settings, as close to home as the campus Information Technology Services department—or as far-flung as Buenos Aires and Shanghai.

    More than 500 students complete credit-bearing internships each year. An increasing variety of opportunities is available right in the Oneonta area through partnerships with businesses and nonprofit organizations, many of which advertise openings and network with students at our annual Summer Opportunities Fair.

    Connections with Oneonta alumni through programs such as the annual Backpacks to Briefcases networking event for business students and the New York City Internship Fair help students land internships further afield, and many of these opportunities lead to full-time employment after graduation.

    In May 2014, SUNY Oneonta launched a new international internship program offering opportunities in 12 major cities around the world in partnership with the Academic Internship Council and Connect-123. Explore the world from a new angle as a photography or film intern in Dublin. Make international business connections at HSBC Singapore. Or tackle real-world public health and environmental challenges in Mumbai.

    Whatever your career goal or passion, staff from our Career Development Center will help you research and prepare to apply for internships. Connections and support are also available through faculty internship coordinators across academic disciplines.

    The college’s Helen & Michael Casper Fellowship for Internship Support helps defray travel costs and housing expenses for qualified students, with the goal of increasing access to internship opportunities and encouraging students to pursue internships that might otherwise be unattainable.

    From fall 2013 to summer 2014, a total of 511 Oneonta students completed credit-bearing internships at more than 150 businesses and nonprofit organizations, including:

    Al Cholos and Sons Bakery

    Applehead Recording Studio

    Archive of Contemporary Music

    Atlantic Records/Big Beat Records

    Audiomine Music

    BB King Blues Club

    Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center

    BMG Chrysalis

    The Catalyst Publicity Group

    Catholic Charities of Livingston County

    CBS/Eye Productions Inc

    Children's Aid Society

    The Chronicle Newspaper

    Clear Channel Media to Entertainment

    Clifton Family Medical Center

    deWolfe Music USA Inc

    Epic Records (SONY Music Entertainment)

    Flourish Baking Company

    Frontline Entertainment Agency

    Giorgio Armani Corporation

    Handmaid Music

    Hewlett Packard

    Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge

    Jamel Gaines' Creative Outlet Dance Theater of Brooklyn

    Live Nation Entertainment

    Maxim Magazine

    Michael Kors

    Mixpak Records

    Music Production Institute/Mixdown Recording Studios

    NBCUniversal

    National Park Service

    National Weather Service Forecast Office

    News 12 Long Island

    New York Summer Music Festival

    Nexstat Broadcasting, Inc (New Channel 9)

    Octal Sound

    Onondaga County Day Treatment Program

    Opera Saratoga

    Pearl Corporation

    Proctors Theater

    U.S. Senator Charles Schumer's Office

    Salsa Del Barrio/C & C Music Factory

    Shock Entertainment Inc

    Sirius XM Satellite Radio

    Springbrook

    Szul Jewelry

    Thomas Cole National Historic Site

    Tommy Hilfiger

    Vera Wang

    Vis A Vis Consulting

    WBNG Television

    Whispering Pines Preschool

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