The Global Virtual Internship Program
Helping Connect Community College Students to the Global Workforce
The Global Virtual Internship Program (VIP) is a completely virtual instruction that provides students with supervised experience in conducting client-orientated research and business strategy execution. During the internship, students will work collectively to scope the problem and identify gaps for their client, analyze consumer trends and behaviors, and develop ideas to address the client’s needs. Students will produce interim reports throughout the internship to track progress and receive mentor feedback to develop their skill set throughout the program.
The Global Virtual Internship Program (VIP) was recognized on WayUp’s Top 100 Internship Programs list for 2020
VIP Career Training Paths
Social Media Marketing
Global Marketing Analysis
Google: Start Your Resume
Work and Internship Success
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The Global Trade Springboard is a virtual showcase that pairs local ecommerce businesses with local community college students. It is designed to show what can be accomplished by students in a relatively short period of time with a few essential digital marketing skills.
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What Students are
Tod, International Business Student at Moorpark College VIP
Kharina Miramontes, Palomar College
Kharina Miramontes found out about VIP through an advertising class and completed an internship with Jinx, a San Diego-based company that creates clothing based on video games like Minecraft and The Witcher.
Danielle Jackson, Santa Barbara City College
Danielle Jackson was part of a team that designed a marketing plan for Tenikle, a company that makes nautically-themed phone holders. She and her teammates drew on their own experience to help the small team expand the scope of its social media audience and content strategy.
Troy White, Moorpark College
Troy White’s VIP experience required him to make lemonade out of lemons as he worked on new social media marketing strategies for Limoneira, a citrus wholesaler in
Ventura County. The company is looking to expand its direct-to-consumer business and
the interns helped identify target markets and strategies for reaching those audiences.