McCombs Entrepreneurship Night
Combs Entrepreneurship Night, you'll have the opportunity to talk with current MSTC students about full-time job opportunities or part-time internships in your organization. We have both entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs in our one-of-a-kind program, with students seeking opportunities in product management, product development, consulting, research & development, and mergers & acquisitions, just to name a few.
Make meaningful connections with upcoming graduates at these casual events, learning more about their unique skill-sets, and what they can bring to your company. We are currently searching for a date and location for our next event. For information or to become a sponsor, please contact Wayne Peck
Many MSTC students welcome the opportunity to intern and work 10 to 30 hours a week, or on a project basis. In the past, companies hired students as interns for technology assessments, R&D assistance, and project management. They can also assist with business plans, production planning, and contracts. They are part of a one-year program, so they take on internships while attending class on the weekends, but they aren't eligible for traditional summer internships.
Texas MSTC students are carefully selected, bright, and they're an excellent value opportunity. Please contact the MSTC Director of Career Development, Wayne Peck, for more information.
Distinguished speakers visit the MSTC class each month and speak to the class on various topics including patent protection, how to launch a venture, technology transfer, and more. If you'd like to be considered as a speaker for an upcoming MSTC class, please contact MSTC Director of Career Development, Wayne Peck.
MSTC participates in SXSW each year in order to make connections with potential employers and prospective students. We have a booth at the Interactive trade show. Additionally, many of our students, alumni, and faculty members are involved in a variety of ways, from attending to presenting.
If you'd like more information about how you can get involved with us, please contact our MSTC Director of Career Development, Wayne Peck.