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Business Program Management: Internship Opportunities


Required/Minimum Qualifications

  • Currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Operations, Finance, or related field.
  • Must have at least one semester/year of school remaining following the completion of the internship.

Additional or Preferred Qualifications

  • Formal training in project and process management, financial accounting, business strategy and/or operations.
  • Displays stakeholder and relationship management across senior leaders, partners and customers.
  • Ability to understand business metrics, customer and market trends.

The base pay range for this internship is USD $4,320 – $7,710 per month. There is a different range applicable to specific work locations, within the San Francisco Bay area and New York City metropolitan area, and the base pay range for this role in those locations is USD $5,760 – $8,640 per month.

Certain roles may be eligible for benefits and other compensation. Find additional benefits and pay information here:



  • Assists others in performing program landscape research and analysis (e.g., internal and/or external market, sales, delivery), forecasting, and examining business trends (e.g., customer feedback and expectations) to identify audience size and program scope, stay current, agile, and competitive.
  • Helps improve operations of existing programs by helping apply industry methodology, define program issues, assess various scenarios, and select the optimal scenario to resolve issues.
  • With oversight from others, contributes to the direction and strategy from leadership regarding business area of expertise in order to help execute plans that shift current priorities to new organizational initiatives and objectives, and influences others to change behavior accordingly. Learns to define vision and strategy for change, broad and specific impact, and the flow of communication to the organization.
  • Learns how to define and track the success criteria and performance metrics (e.g., Objectives and Key Results [OKRs] and Key Performance Indicators [KPIs]), such as quality, adoption, usage, impact, and effectiveness for the program.
  • Assists others working with cross-functional (e.g., organizational, product, business) stakeholders (e.g., Engineering) to design programs from initiation to delivery.