SOMPost February 2022
What We're Excited About
The third year of the Small Business Internship Program!
Yale SOM fully supports hiring in all sectors – and sizes! The SBIP was created to provide supplemental financial support to a limited number of students summer interning in for-profit small businesses and start-ups. While students manage the application to the fund, hiring employers must meet the following criteria:
- For-profit businesses providing compensation/stipend up to $4000/ summer internship
- Global internships eligible
- Internships must be at least 6 weeks of full-time work (or equivalent)
- Student application requires certification by an employer, including that the employer is not hiring other MBA interns at a higher rate
If you have great projects for a Yale SOM student to tackle, reach out to the CDO with your summer MBA internship opportunities!
Hiring? Don't Miss This!
STEM OPT Informational Webinar - Thursday, February 17, 2022, 3:00 pm ET
Yale School of Management has partnered with UVA Darden and other top business schools to bring you this virtual webinar. Learn how your firm can utilize STEM OPT eligible programs to help international students achieve their career goals. To learn more, click here.
HireSOM-Social Impact - Thursday, March 3, 2022, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm ET
A networking event connecting employers with current social impact related hiring needs and all Yale SOM students. The format employs virtual booths to foster quick 1:1 or small group conversations. Internship and full-time opportunities are welcome!
EngageSOM-HealthTech - Friday, March 4, 2022, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm ET
An event that brings together a small group of employers in the health-tech arena to educate, connect, inspire and recruit Yale SOM students from a variety of degrees and graduation years.
HireSOM pro tip: Many student attendees will be familiar with your organization and opportunities, and some will be exploring and learning as they go. Maximize your time with students by having a few different approaches prepared. A brief intro to your organization is a must-have. Beyond that, what else can you share with students that they cannot find in a job description or on the internet? Students are hungry for engaging conversations during which they get a feel for company culture and an inside look at what to expect during the interview and hiring process.
Mar 8 | Spring 1 classes end
Mar 9-11 | Spring 1 exam period
Mar 14-25 | Spring recess
Mar 28 | Spring 2 classes begin
P.S. Did You Know...
Did you know nearly 60% of students accept internship offers they receive after mid-February? Now is a great time to reach out, as many students are just starting their searches for internships and full-time roles.