Contact: Dave Groves
For Immediate Release
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Companies can gain a competitive advantage with CIBRE summer interns
Rochester, Mich. – Area businesses are invited to take advantage of the 2010 CIBRE Summer Internship program offered through the School of Business Administration at Oakland University. Participating organizations can work with talented business students and expert faculty advisers while tackling projects that help businesses move forward in a competitive market.
This intensive, 10-week program – which runs from mid-May through mid-July – offers a unique resource model that helps companies complete projects and allows students to acquire work experience that will make them successful after graduation.
"These dynamic, energetic, smart interns offer a fresh perspective and extra resources to projects that result in solving business problems, making decisions and getting things done," said Donna Kellstrom, director of corporate relations for SBA. "CIBRE summer intern teams can handle projects from a wide range of disciplines."
Summer projects completed in 2009 included manufacturing process improvements, Web site development, database design, market analysis, general sales and marketing, accounting, information systems applications, Web-based research, energy audits, lean process improvements and more.
Businesses professionals interested in welcoming interns are asked to complete an online project request at www.oakland.edu/cibreinternship
before April 30. Additional information about the program is available at this site or by contacting Kellstrom at email@example.com
or (248) 370-3160.