At JWU, you won’t just study what you love. You’ll do what you love. Hands-on learning is built right into the curriculum, so you can build valuable business experience and a professional network long before you graduate.
Internships Jump start your career with on the job experience that sets you apart from the competition. JWU business students have interned at:
Study Abroad Train with experts all over the
world, gain global perspective in your field and make lasting
career connections in our Study Abroad programs.
Ad Lab Where JWU’s creative minds get more creative. Use video editing and design industry tools, and develop integrated advertising and marketing campaigns — often for real clients.Finance Lab Develop business competencies and critical thinking skills “in the field,” in this real-life lab complete with real time stock and securities information and live electronic ticker tape. Retail Lab Get hands-on fashion merchandising and retail marketing experience with all facets from the field, especially garments/clothing, accessories, specialty goods, furnishings and home goods.Center for Entrepreneurship Find the resources to bring your business ideas and entrepreneurship ventures to life, including brainstorming and creative space, technology and professional mentorship.
Projects with Real Companies With faculty guidance, help a company come up with product development, business plans, PR and
ad campaigns, branding, retail strategies, budgeting, financial planning
or website development. Our Directed Work Experience students have worked with:
Professional Development Career fairs and networking with employers are just the start. Our business clubs and National Student Organizations connect you with industry experts, leadership training and diverse professional development opportunities.
Community Service Here's your chance to become a leader. Work on targeted community service projects that develop the skills you need to thrive in business.
Jon finds his finance major comes in useful as the first JWU student in the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute internship program. read more
"This was my absolute favorite part of college," Rob says. "I learned the most, created my best work and made
some of my best friends. Holding our trophy is an honor I’ll never forget." read more
Tennis, anyone? Sabrina’s internship at Heineken wasn’t just a crash course in marketing — it was her ticket to the US Open, where Heineken was a sponsor. read more