We offer you excellent opportunities and awesome possibilities to put what you've learned in the classroom to work in real life!
Through our business scholarships, you'll be able to get the helping hand you need to complete your education. And with our internships with local businesses to large multinational companies, you'll be able to see first-hand how business works by becoming a part of it yourself!
To be considered for a scholarship, you must submit a completed application and a one-page essay. When completed, you can return your application and essay to Connie Parks by either e-mail or at the following address:
Rinker School of Business
Palm Beach Atlantic University
P.O. Box 24708
West Palm Beach, FL 33416-4708
For more information about available scholarships, contact our Financial Aid Office.
Use what you're learning in the classroom in an actual business setting. Our business internship program allows you to work in your chosen field and gain real work experience.
Our internships are academically planned and supervised so that you get the most out of your experience. You'll choose an internship program that relates to your major, and we'll guide you through the process during your entire internship process.
Business students must have junior or senior status and get approval for the selected internship from the Director of Internships, Scott Spell.
The purpose of the internship course is to provide career skill development by working in a professional setting while participating in a structured class. The work component consists of 90 hours with an approved employer, and is enhanced by an RSB course consisting of assignments, threaded discussions, and class meetings. By the end of the internship, students will have: (1) gained real life business experience, (2) learned new skills that will make them more marketable, and (3) developed long-term career and life goals and will know what it will take to accomplish those goals.
We have a robust database of companies where our students intern. These companies range from small local businesses to large multinational companies. Some of those companies are: