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Human Resources Management Internships and Activities

As a human resources management student, you are encouraged to take advantage of the robust School of Business internship program, as well as discipline-specific opportunities on campus.

School of Business Internship Program

Through the School of Business internship program, you are able to utilize the most up-to-date technical, theoretical, and practical skills learned in the classroom and apply them on-site with a business/organization.

Recent internship sites for human resources management students include:

  • Hillside Family of Agencies
  • Mary Cariola Children's Center
  • Excellus BCBS
  • AP Professionals
  • Driven HR

Learn more about School of Business internship opportunities.

HRM Activities

Society For Human Resource Management

Affiliate of SHRM - Society for Human Resource Management Logo

One goal of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is to provide students with valuable networking experience and professional connections in the human resource field. The organization does this through collegiate chapters that act as “forums for personal and professional development.”

Fisher’s chapter of the SHRM hosts weekly guest speakers who talk about their careers in human resources and give professional advice for landing a job after graduation. Many of these guest speakers are successful alumni and include Jamie VonBramer, Vice-President for HR Consulting Services at HR Works and Stephani Dutcher, Talent Acquisition Consultant with Excellus BlueCross BlueShield.

The chapter also schedules different professional development opportunities throughout the year and invites professionals from the local and national SHRM to educate students on the benefits of membership in SHRM.

Business Associations

The human resources management program maintains connections to a number of professional organizations, including:

The Center for Career and Academic Planning recommends Handshake as the starting spot for current internship postings. Find additional career preparation and development resources in CCAP's Career Toolkit.