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COBE Internship Board

Welcome to the COBE Internship Board! Below is important information about internships and a list of curated opportunities that will provide hands-on experience for business-focused students.

What to Expect from an Internship

Internships offer a lot more than clerical work and coffee runs. They provide engaging learning experiences with supportive companies and organizations. As a COBE student, an internship will help you gain hands-on experience, a bigger professional network, and the chance to explore different career paths.

Applying for Academic Credit in COBE Majors

Please note! The deadline for academic internship credit in SPRING 2019 was February 22nd. The deadline for academic internship credit in SUMMER 2019 is June 24th. All applications and approvals must be complete by these dates.

Did you know that you can earn academic credit in the subject that best aligns with your internship? Generally, every 45 hours worked equals 1 academic credit. Registration for academic credit is subject to approval by each department internship coordinator. We recommend that you check with your department’s internship coordinator and a COBE academic advisor since some departments have specific requirements for registration. These requirements might include GPA minimum, completion of prerequisite classes, or attaining junior/senior status.

COBE Department Internship Coordinators

AccountancyFred 426-1472
Business and Economic AnalyticsTim 426-2901
Career Track MBATrisha 426-1120
Information Technology ManagementJohn 426-2483
International BusinessBastian 426-2633
EconomicsChris 426-1468
FinanceGarrett 426-2713
Management: Human Resources, General Business, Entrepreneurship, Non ProfitGundars 426-4014
MarketingDavid 426-1514
Supply Chain ManagementRegis 426-2949

For-Credit Application Process

Once you have found an internship and connected with the department coordinator, you will need to complete the following application steps to apply for academic credit.

  1. Log into your myBoiseState account.
  2. Start your electronic application by clicking the plus (+) sign next to “Internship Application for Academic Credit” on the left-hand side of the application page.
  3. Fill out the application with as much detail as you are able.
  4. Complete the required online orientation and quiz.
  5. Submit

After you submit, the department internship coordinator will review your application for approval via email. Your internship supervisor will also need to review and approve your application via email. Once your application is approved, the Registrar’s Office will manually add your internship to your class schedule.

Using Financial Aid

Internship credit is billed at the same rate as academic credit, depending upon your part-time or full-time status. Be aware that there is a deadline to have your application submitted and approved if you plan to use internship credits toward your Financial Aid Eligibility. That deadline is typically noon on the 10th day of classes.

International Student Information

To complete an internship in the United States, international students will need to fill out a Curricular Practical Training Form (CPT). Learn more about CPTs and internship regulations through the International Student and Scholar Services office. Please contact Ruth Prince with questions by emailing or calling 208-426-3720.

Need help translating your resume? Reach out to the Intensive English Program or the World Languages department. Once translated, our staff can assist you in formatting your resume. Here’s more on how to schedule an appointment with us.

Internship Postings

Use the list below to find highlighted internships and jobs within your major. Looking for more? Log onto Handshake to find other opportunities. Still need help? Schedule an appointment with our staff.

All Business Majors

Dreamstyle Remodeling – Events Representative Intern (Become an Event Planning Expert)

Payette Capital – Business Acquisitions Intern (Learn How to Acquire a Business)

PepsiCo – Sales Management Intern (Become a Leader in Sales)

Rule Steel – Sales Intern (Learn All About Sales in Manufacturing)

HP Internship Program (Shape Your Success Story)

Accounting and Finance

Rainstar Capital Group – Associate Intern (Great for Advancement into Full Time!)

Boise Cascade – Summer Audit Intern (Best for Juniors and Seniors)

Boise Cascade – Summer Finance Intern (Best for Juniors and Seniors)

Alturas Capital – Acquisitions and Asset Mgmt Intern (Perfect for Excel Wizards)

Lamb Weston – Finance Intern (Build Your Audit Skills)

Business Analytics and Economics

Albertsons – Industrial Engineering Intern (Calling All Data Nerds!)

Human Resources

Agri Beef -Human Resources Intern (Best for Juniors and Seniors)

Micron – University Recruiting Intern (Spread the Micron Excitement)


Simplot – Procurement Intern (Become a Database Migration Expert)

Boise Cascade – IT Summer Intern (Best for Juniors and Seniors)


Page One Power – Marketing Intern – (Great for Google Suite Savvy Students)

Route Networking Group – Marketing Internship (Hone Your Social Media Skills)

Riverstone International School – Marketing Intern (Promote a Global Learning Community)

YSTEM and Chess Inc. – Social Media Marketing Intern (Manage Social Media for a Non Profit)

Dreamstyle Remodeling – Marketing Representative Intern (Collaborate w/a Marketing Mentor)

Idaho Trust Bank – Marketing Intern (“Head of Communications” Here You Come!)

Hoff Companies – Marketing Specialist Intern (Deploy Your Marketing Super Powers)


Micron – Sales Organizational Change Mgmt Intern (See the “People Side” of Change Mgmt)

Non Profit

Idaho Youth Ranch – Program Administration Intern (Support a Strong and Caring Team)

Supply Chain

NewCold – Operations Intern (Become a Process Improvement Expert)

Happy Family Organics – Operations Intern (Build Basic Supply Chain Skills)

Lamb Weston – Global Supply Chain Transformation Project Intern (All Things Project Mgmt!)