Lerner College Career Services Center

Corporate Associates Program

The Corporate Associates Programs is an elite internship program, for full time students, that gives top Lerner College graduate students an opportunity to gain valuable on-the-job experience with a corporate sponsor. These positions pay a stipend and include a 50% tuition scholarship. Students not receiving a Corporate Associates position will automatically be considered for partial tuition scholarships, as described above.

Once you have accepted an offer of admission, please contact the Lerner College Career Services Office to apply for a Corporate Associates position. International students are ineligible for Corporate Associates positions in their first year because of visa regulations.

To obtain more information about the Corporate Associate Program, contact:

Paul Rollison
Assistant Director, Lerner College Career Services Center
Phone: 302-831-1072
Email: paulr@udel.edu

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