"The Rutgers MBS Externship Exchange program was truly one of the most formative experiences in my life. It gave me the opportunity to work closely with and learn from high level executives at Colgate Palmolive as well as within the MBS program. This program is a golden opportunity to get "real world" experience within leading companies by developing projects that truly have an impact." - Girish Harinath, MBS Biotechnology & Genomics
Through the Rutgers Master of Business and Science (MBS) Externship Exchange program, students are matched to corporate-sponsored small projects in teams ranging from two to nine students. Taking a project from start to finish, teams are directed by both an MBS academic advisor and a mentor from the organization to which they have been assigned. This unique opportunity allows students to gain real, hands-on work experience at some of the world’s leading corporations while also receiving specialized instruction on topics including leadership, teamwork, problem-solving, and giving effective presentations. Intensive professional development workshops are a hallmark of our program. The Externship Exchange can be a gateway to the job of your dreams. What are you waiting for?
Students investigated sustainable packaging solutions for Bayer’s domestic shipping supply chain.
NJ Cybersecurity & Communication Cell
Using platforms such as Chronicle, BigQuery and Looker, the student team created dashboards to display information on cyber threats for the state of NJ.
Students conducted research into a railroad grade crossing safety solutions, aggregated detection and protection ideas from Europe, Asia, Australia, and the US.
A regulatory compliance consulting firm specializing in Project Management, Operational Excellence, and Quality Compliance.
The team conducted research and interviewed industry experts to identify the standards of the food and beverage industry in order to help Ingredion become a more sustainable company.
Students leveraged data in available reports from the Rutgers Recreation hourly payroll system to examine student employment variables and trends such as employee retention and gap semesters.
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