Corporate Internship Program

Program Structure

Select Benedictine students may participate in the Corporate Internship Program. In a nutshell, the program provides substantial relief of tuition obligations in exchange for participants' working for local business participants. Students are selected to participate in the program for all four years. Tuition relief is generally based on the amount of labor that is required of the student.

All of the work obligations take place during off-school hours. Nearly all of the work is non-manual in nature with most involving an office-type setting. For more information on this program and to see if it may be feasible for you, contact Greg Lilly, Director of Admission and Corporate Internship Program at 804.708.9504.

Freshmen and sophomore Cadets will either intern directly at their sponsor or perform community service in the name of sponsoring corporation(s) if corporation not suitable for under-16 work.

  • Cadets will perform a total of 250 hours of work annually, for a total of 1,000 hours prior to graduation.
  • The Benedictine Corporate Internship Program Manager will be the point of contact for corporate and non-profit partners. The BCIP Manager will handle all areas of logistical matters:
    • Mentorship
    • Job counseling
    • Evaluation meetings


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