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Internshipsin the Information Systems & Operations Management Department : 

Internshipsin the Information Systems & Operations Management Department Choose your course:

ISOM Undergraduate Internship Program : 

ISOM Undergraduate Internship Program 100+ students in the program Juniors and Seniors with a 3.0+ GPA 3 semester hours of college credit Paid or unpaid internships

College credit requirements : 

College credit requirements Interns: Must work 15-20 hrs per week, minimum 225 hrs Submit weekly status reports to the coordinator Prepare a final paper on the firm’s background and operations including a detailed discussion of their work effort and skills acquired Receive an evaluation from the employer Receive grade for the internship based on the above criteria

What interns do for you : 

What interns do for you Web Design and Development Graphics and Desktop Publishing Programming (examples: SQL, VB, Java) Business Process Documentation and Redesign Projects End User Documentation and Training Excel Spreadsheets and Access Databases Network Support and Help Desk activities Systems Analysis and Design Database Design

What you can do for them : 

What you can do for them Assign them a mentor Help them to understand your business Critique their work and make recommendations for improvement Offer them the opportunity to improve their oral and written communication skills Help them to acquire new Information Systems skills

Requesting an intern : 

Requesting an intern Contact Maurie Lockley Email: maurie@uncg.edu Phone: 336-334-4983 Fax: 336-334-4083 Submit your request on SpartanTrak http://csc.dept.uncg.edu/employer/ Follow up with an email to Maurie Lockley

Master of Science in Information Technology & Management (MSITM) Internship Program : 

Master of Science in Information Technology & Management (MSITM) Internship Program 70+ students in the program Work experience in both IT and non-IT related fields Credit and non-credit internships Paid or unpaid internships

Components of an internship program : 

Components of an internship program Interns: Work flexible hours depending on course credit hours, semester, and company’s need Prepare a final report on the internship assignments, skills acquired and relationship to course work Request an evaluation from the employer Receive grade based on final report and employer’s evaluation

What interns do for you : 

What interns do for you Web site design, development, implementation, evaluation and maintenance Electronic Storefronts Programming (examples: SQL, VB, Java, Oracle) Data Mining Assignments Project Management Systems Development Database Design and Administration

What you can do for them : 

What you can do for them Provide opportunities for self-direction Give them meaningful and challenging assignments Critique their work and make recommendations for improvement Provide avenues for skill enhancement

Requesting an intern : 

Requesting an intern Contact Hamid Nemati at anytime if you need an intern Email: nemati@uncg.edu Phone 336-334-4993 Fax 336-334-4083 Each February we set up a web site with resumes of students interested in internships. We contact CIOs and IT Managers in the Triad and tell them of internship program. Provide them with access to the web site. Employers can contact Dr. Nemati or contact the students directly

ISOM Ph.D. Internship Program : 

ISOM Ph.D. Internship Program 3-4 students admitted every year 7 students enrolled for 2004-2005 academic year 15-20 students projected in the next four years

Internship requirements: : 

Internship requirements: Work 15-20 hrs per week (225 hrs for 3 college credit hours). Organizational contribution: $12.5K for one semester, $25K for 2 semesters. Can be done in Fall, Spring, or Summer. We can build further flexibility in student assignment. The Ph.D. Director/faculty member will work with you.

What can they do for you? : 

What can they do for you? Interns: Conduct literature searches Research (market, industry, trends, etc.) – for example what IS research consultants do. Design survey instruments/questionnaires Conduct interviews Collect and analyze data Brainstorm and generate ideas Work with focus groups Write reports Make presentations Typically, a Ph.D. student already has a Master’s degree. They can do most tasks that a Master’s student can do.

What can you do for them? : 

What can you do for them? Assign interns “research-oriented” projects Have them work with senior-level people with knowledge of business and strategy. Critique their work and make recommendations for improvement Generate ideas for doctoral research.

Requesting a Ph.D. Intern : 

Requesting a Ph.D. Intern Contact Dr. Prashant Palvia, Ph.D. Director Email: pcpalvia@uncg.edu Phone: 336-334-4818 Fax: 336-334-4083

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