A. Gary Anderson
Graduate School of Management

UCR School of Business - Undergraduate - Career Services

Career Services & Internships

Career Services

Start to build your dream career! Maximize your career search time and your world-class UC Riverside education by taking advantage of all of the resources provided by the UCR Career Center.

The Undergraduate Business Programs Office and Career Center offer business administration students an organized program of events and services, designed to help you explore career opportunities and develop professional skills.

To stay up-to-date on events, make sure to check your R'Mail inbox regularly for announcements. For more information, visit the UCR Career Center.

The Career Center provides valuable resources such as career planning, drop-in counseling, a career resource room, job search assistance, internships and graduate/professional school application assistance.

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UCR Undergraduate - Internships

Explore your career opportunities and find out what you’re passionate about through internship experiences. Doing one or more internships will help you "test drive" a possible career path and clarify your career goals after graduation. It’s the perfect way to connect your academic experience with professional work and gives you a competitive edge for employment after graduation.

To get started on finding your internship, visit the UCR Career Center.

  • City of Riverside Internship Opportunities

    The City of Riverside offers a number of Volunteer and Internship opportunities to students in the Undergraduate Business Program. 

    Internship postings can be found here on the City of Riverside website. 

    Positions open are in department areas of: 

    - Innovation & Technology
    - Finance
    - Parks, Recreations & Community Services 

    See all open postings

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  • UCR Capital Internships
    UC Riverside Capital Internships
    UCR School of Business - Global Programs - Washington, DC
    • Bureau of Labor Statistics
    • California Governor's Office
    • Office of Congressman Mark Takano (CA-41)
    • U.S. Department of Commerce - Small Business Administration
    • UC Office of Federal Governmental Relations, and more!
  • Academic Credit

    Business students that have done internships may be eligible to receive academic credit through BUS 198I. This is a four-unit graded course which meets throughout the quarter. Attendance is mandatory for the course. View the current course time and location on the UCR Schedule of Classes website.

     All of the following steps must be completed by the end of the first full week of the quarter. In addition, you must attend the first day of class, even if your paperwork is still in progress.

    1. Obtain a business‐related internship on your own. The Career Center is available to provide advice on obtaining internships.
    2. Visit the Career Center to pick up the 198I form after you have secured an internship.
    3. Have the form signed by your internship supervisor.
    4. Return to the Career Center to have your form signed.
    5. Make an appointment with the Assistant Dean of Business Administration in Olmsted Hall 2340 by calling 951‐827‐4551.
    6. The Assistant Dean will evaluate your internship, and if approved, will review the syllabus and sign your form.
    7. Take the form with all the signatures to the Registrar's Office to register for the course.

    Note: The course usually meets 4-5 times a quarter. In order to get credit, you must attend the class. You must be employed as an intern the same quarter you are enrolled in this class, as the assignments are based on your internship experience.

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