Business Internship Program

Year Up Miami , FL 33196

Posted 2 months ago

Are you interested in an entry-level role in business?

Year Up is a one-year, intensive program that provides young adults with hands-on skill development, corporate internships, an educational stipend, and coursework eligible for college credit.

The program consists of classes in technical and professional skills, followed by a 6-month internship with a top company. Your internship may be at JPMorgan Chase & Co., American Express, or Bank of America, among many other leading organizations in the Miami, Florida area.

What will you gain?

Professional business and communication skills, interviewing and networking skills, resume building, ongoing support and guidance to help you launch your career.

In-depth classes include:

  • Helpdesk/Desktop Support

  • Frontline Sales

  • Customer Service

Get the skills and opportunity you need to launch your professional career.

90% of Year Up graduates are employed and/or enrolled in postsecondary education within 4 months of graduation. Employed graduates earn an average starting salary of $36,000 per year.

Year Up participants also receive a stipend.

Are you eligible?

You can apply to Year Up if you are:

  • A high school graduate or GED recipient

  • Eligible to work in the U.S.

  • Available Monday-Friday for the full program year

  • Highly motivated to learn technical and professional skills

  • Have not obtained a bachelor's degree

When does the program start?

The program begins in Fall 2021. Since applications are considered on a rolling basis, we encourage you to apply early.

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