Organizations have the opportunity to hire graduate-level business students to work 20 hours a week in training positions during the academic year through Industrial Graduate Assistantships (IGA). The student is considered a University employee receiving a tuition scholarship from The College of Business Administration (CBA) while obtaining real-world work experience and also.
To begin the process, your organization will need to provide a job description for the proposed IGA to a related department or center in the CBA (contact list is below). Once the job description is approved, you will be provided a slate of qualified candidates to interview. When you have decided on the candidate, inform the department/center of your selection. The Office of Research Services and Sponsored Programs will prepare a work contract for your organization to review and sign. Once that process is completed, the student will be issued a scholarship award and will be available to begin working for you. The department/center will make monthly inquiries on the student’s performance.
The benefits to your organization include:
Employers interested in hiring students for an Industrial Graduate Assistantship should contact the academic department most closely associated with the type of work the student will be doing to gain approval and to begin the process of finding a student who would be a good fit. Department details and additional information on the IGA.
Graduate Programs (330) 972-7042
Center for Information Technologies and E-Business (330) 972-8224
Center for Organizational Development (330) 972-7043
Fisher Institute (330) 972-5447
Fitzgerald Institute (330) 972-7015
Institute for Global Business (330) 972-6230
Taylor Institute (330) 972-7110
Suarez Research Labs (330) 972-6304
School of Accountancy (330) 972-7586
Department of Finance (330) 972-7302
Department of Management (330) 972-7037
Department of Marketing (330) 972-7650