Business Management gives you lots of opportunities to shape your education, build skills, and focus on what interests you the most.
Brown Advisory Student-Managed Investment Fund
The Brown Advisory Student-Managed Investment Fund Program offers a unique opportunity for students to develop and utilize their investment skills by providing real-life investing experience. Originally founded as the Alex. Brown Student-Managed Investment Fund and recently renamed to honor the fund’s founder’s firm, the program oversees a sizable student-managed fund invested in equities, and includes interaction with investment professionals and other activities.
Enactus: Share your skills
In the Washington College chapter of Enactus, students work together to share their business, marketing, and managerial skills with the community.
American Marketing Association student chapter
Internships and Externships
Internships put you in working businesses, and let you make connections between the classroom and the workplace. Most of our majors do at least one internship during their undergraduate days, to explore careers, make connections, and enrich a résumé. Business Management students receive credit for internships by taking BUS 390, our internship course. We offer it throughout the year (in the summer, it’s an online course).
Externships are short-duration work experiences, especially for first- and second-year students Check out the College’s externship program.
The Center for Career Development is where to start your search for internship opportunities.