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MBA Internship Programs

Our internship opportunities for master's students offer you the chance to work on a strategic project that addresses key business priorities. Over the course of your internship, you will gain in-depth knowledge about our businesses and network to develop meaningful relationships with other interns and key business stakeholders. High-performing interns will be considered, upon graduation, for full-time employment.

Frequently asked questions.

Who participates in the MBA Internship Program?

Full-time MBA students participate in the program during the summer after their first year of graduate school. Students usually have an emphasis in marketing, finance, strategy, and related areas. Most of our MBA interns also have two-to-five years of prior professional work experience.

Where are the internships located??

Internship locations depend on which of our companies are hiring MBA interns – previous interns have been located in Atlanta, Kennesaw, GA, and Wichita, KS. This may vary each year.

What does the internship program entail?

Throughout the summer, interns work on projects in roles where they can create real value for the business. Over the course of the summer, interns learn in-depth about our business, MBM management philosophy and build meaningful relationships with employees across the organization.

What roles do interns go into when they come back full-time?

High performing interns are typically considered for full-time opportunities within the group that they interned. Title and placement are dependent on role availability, skills and interest.

Dipesh, MBA intern

"Being an intern, it was fun in that the project that you were given had real-world implications. It was something really important."

Dipesh, MBA intern

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