We can’t get better than perfect — 100 percent of Class of 2015 students seeking a summer internship found one. Summer internships between the first and second year typically last 10 to 12 weeks and help students gain vital experience, build their resumes and, quite often, make a career transition.

Class of 2015 Summer Internships:
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Industries & Function

Technology was No. 1 for the third year in a row, followed by consulting. In terms of job function, product management overtook management consulting for the first time as the top function for summer internships. Corporate finance, investment banking, and brand management rounded out the top 5 for the Class of 2015.

Internships by Industry

Internships by Industry

Internships by Function

Internships by function