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.


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