Marketing and Business Development Internship

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Do you get excited about entrepreneurship? Do you enjoy working with different types of people? Do you thrive in a fast paced, team oriented atmosphere?

We Have:

· A technology hub for corporate research and development operations.

· An award-winning incubator that focuses on science and research-based startup companies commercializing technology from the University of Illinois. 

· A multifaceted team of professionals and interns dedicated to helping our startups and corporations thrive in the Research Park.

· An internship program that encourages professional development through

project-based learning. 


You Have:

· Initiative, drive, creative flair, and flexibility

· Strong production, time management, and multi-tasking skills

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills

· Ability to work well under pressure

· Ability to self-manage and complete projects in timely manner

· Strong organizational skills

· Strong social skills and ability to communicate effectively with clients

· Entrepreneurial mindset


You Might Also:

· Study in the MBA program

· Study in the MSTM program

· Have marketing experience

· Background in informatics / information management is a plus


On our team you will have the opportunity to take the lead on meaningful, high-impact projects. You will collaborate and network with high-level executives and entrepreneurs alike as well as other interns from a diverse spectrum of disciplines. Past UIRP interns have gone on to work for companies like Infosys, Boeing, PwC, the Denver Broncos, and Capital One.

Does this sound like a job for you?  What are you waiting for?!

Submit your cover letter, resume and contact information for 2 references to the Assistant Director for Talent & Programming, Jenny Kim,

Compensation: Hourly wage will be $12-$14.00/hour based on experience, and will be paid by the University of Illinois.

Reporting: Position reports to the Associate Director.

Timing: Student is expected to work full-time in the summer, with the option of 10-15 hours per week during Fall semester pending a successful performance review.

This is a rolling application process until the position is filled.

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