Internships for Entertainment and Tourism Management Students
An internship can be an effective way for a student to observe and participate in the entertainment and /or tourism workplace, reinforcing academic concepts while developing essential skills. While an internship is not required for completing the Entertainment and Tourism Management concentration, the faculty highly recommends at least one industry internship to complement your academic work. Employers overwhelmingly cite internship experience as one of the most important factors they consider when hiring new college graduates for fulltime positions.
The Student Guide gives an Entertainment & Tourism Management student the information needed to participate in an Entertainment & Tourism Management-focused internship. The Employer Guide provides a summary of the internship programs and databases available to the Entertainment & Tourism Management students as well as how to register a company’s internship in those databases.