Students participating in the internship program are required to complete the 2IN0 series of workshops, which help you prepare for the transition from the classroom to the boardroom.

The series covers a variety of topics, including:

  • Self-assessment and skill identification
  • Cover letter and resume preparation
  • Interview skills
  • Job search strategies
  • Ethics and etiquette

Hear from past participants:

“Participating in the Commerce Internship Program was among the most valuable enrichment programs of my degree. Not only did it provide me with paid, real-world experience, but it gave me better insight into the breadth of opportunities available in the finance industry. All the while, the amazing staff and services across the School of Business accommodated my wish to pursue an exchange. The combination of these experiences ultimately differentiated me and made it possible to land my dream job post-graduation.”
– Amber B. TD Business Banking


“As a participant in the CIP program, I was able to develop the competencies that are required in today’s competitive business environment. The experience that I gained during my internship has increased the confidence I have in myself, and my ability to contribute within a corporate setting. I believe my time in the CIP program will prove invaluable as I move forward beyond McMaster University, and I will carry the skills that I learned and developed during this time with me throughout my entire career.”
– Jeff K., PricewaterhouseCoopers

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