The Columbia Experience Overseas (CEO) program oﬀers Columbia students high quality internship experiences in a diverse array of industries in Amman, Beijing, Hong Kong, London, Mumbai, Seoul, Shanghai, and Singapore through alumni and employer partnerships.
The Kenneth Cole Community Action Program @ Columbia University can provide you with a New York-based internship in the not-for-profit sector. Alongside your internship, you’ll take part in educational programming designed to help you think critically about public service and prepare to be successful at work.
https://www.careereducation.columbia.edu/cce-funding-programs-employer-verification-form Recipients of the Work Exemption Program (WEP) receive a Columbia Grant to support their pursuit of unpaid internships, research projects, and community outreach, locally, nationally, and internationally.
Eligibility: Columbia College and Columbia Engineering undergraduate students receiving grant-based financial aid
Imagine you and a few of your peers having a conversation over dinner with highly-accomplished alumni from an industry of interest to you. The Dinner & Discussion Series is a chance to have all of your questions answered without the pressure of a formal networking event.
The Startup Internship Program (SIP) is designed to meet the demand of students who are excited, engaged and curious to know more about the startup community and thinking about pursuing a career in the startup space.