Institute for Leadership in Technology and Management
Students who completed the on campus program are expected (but not required) to participate in appropriate off-campus summer internships after their junior year. Ideally, an internship should be in an organization that has technology embedded in their products and/or their business processes and allow the student to work in a position at the confluence of business and technical decision making. Internships have four overarching goals:
- To allow students to apply the concepts and skills they learned during the on campus program in a challenging environment;
- To expose students to executive management and decision making processes;
- To give students opportunities to experience and participate in corporate approaches to both day-to-day problem solving and strategic planning;
- To give students opportunities to be active contributors (not just observers) of typical business practices.
A partial list of companies that have sponsored ILTM interns includes ARCO Chemical, Boston Scientific, Chase Manhatten Bank, Corning, G.E. Industrial Systems, G.E. Medical Systems, Goldman, Sachs & Co., IBM, Johnson & Johnson, J.P. Morgan, Lockheed Martin, Merck, Motorola, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Siemens, and UPS.
- Senior Experiences
Senior Internship Stories
- Internships After ILTM
Each and every ILTM student has the potential for an exceptionally valuable and rewarding internship experience. As with many aspects of life, the attitude adopted toward the internship is key.
- Recent Sponsors
List of companies that have sponsored ILTM off-campus internships.