The Global Enterprise Technology (GET) Immersion Experience is an innovative, extended work experience for undergraduate students. Students’ classroom knowledge of large-scale information systems is brought to life by hands on experiences through full time employment that further develop their management, critical thinking and communications skills -- skills necessary for success in a global work environment. Developed and pioneered as part of the JPMorgan Chase & Co.-Syracuse University collaboration, the GET Immersion Experience is open to qualified students from any College or University in any discipline of study.
NOTE: The GET Immersion Experience 2013 application process is now closed. If you have applied for positions you will be notified via email regarding company interviews and positions offers. You will not be able to enter the application system at this point.
Work, learn, and graduate on schedule
Most typical semester or summer internships end just as students begin to understand and integrate learning from school into the workplace. The GET Immersion Experience solves this challenge by spanning the entire spring semester and summer. During this time, students simultaneously take courses while working full-time. The GET Immersion Experience curriculum is specifically designed to allow students to immediately apply lessons learned during class to challenges in the work environment, and to do so while staying on track with their anticipated graduation date.
Developing future leaders
Participating in the GET Immersion Experience allows students to gain skills that prepare them to serve as leaders in today’s globally interconnected workplace. Students in the program have the ability to:
Work and learn on site at a sponsoring company’s location;
Get paid for working during both the spring semester and the summer;
Earn up to 19 credits toward your program of study while working.*
Interact with senior level managers and develop their professional networks; and
Build peer and professional relationships by working and learning as a cohort.
*For SU students, credits are applied toward major or elective requirements. Non-SU students receive credits either as home-university credit or as transfer credit, and should confirm their home school policy with their academic advisor.