2014 WIBternship


As part of HUWIB's comp process, WIBterns attend an 11-week program in the fall of weekly panels introducing them to the many industries and opportunities available in business. Upon graduating the WIBternship in late November, WIBterns become Associates and have the opportunity to apply for a committee position.

WIBternship 2014 begins September 11th. Take a look at our calendar below for the schedule of panels for this year's WIBternship that include speakers from consulting, finance, entrepreneurship, fashion, non-profits, marketing, and many other fields of business.

Panels are weekly on Thursday nights, from 7:00-8:30pm in Harvard Hall. We hope to see you there!


To register, please fill out a short WIBternship application here.

Also, check out our WIBternship Class of 2018 video here!

Contact Info

Membership Development Chair: Lena Bochukova at

WIBternship Director: Jenai Akina at

WIBternship Associate Directors:

Olivia Goldberg at

Jessica Barzilay at

Paige Haley at

Calendar of Events*

Sept. 11, 2014 WIBternship Introductory Meeting
Sept. 18, 2014 Marketing
Sept. 25, 2014 Finance
Oct. 2, 2014 Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Oct. 9, 2014 Resume, Networking, and Interview Workshop
Oct. 18, 2014 10th Annual Intercollegiate Business Convention
Oct. 23, 2014 Consulting
Oct. 30, 2014 Non-Profit
Nov. 6, 2014 Fashion/ Media/ Entertainment
Nov 13, 2014 Final Projects and Graduation

* All WIBternship meetings on Thursdays, 7-8:30pm in Ticknor Lounge


Check out our new official HUWIB Blog here.


Speakers will be revealed at a closer date to the WIBternship meetings. Stay posted!

Final Project

WIBterns are required to complete a small final project to complete the WIBternship. This project is meant to be fun, not stressful! WIBterns will team up with other members of their WIB Circle to prepare a small presentation, inspired by the fields highlighted in the panels.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the requirements to complete the WIBternship?
  • WIBterns must attend each of the 8 panels, complete a final project (meant to be fun, not stressful), and participate in the annual Intercollegiate Business Convention (IBC).

  • What is expected of me at the panel?
  • WIBterns are expected to come to the weekly sessions equipped with questions for the panelists. They are expected to actively engage with the panelists and their WIB Circles.

  • How do I get involved now?
  • Come to our first introductory meeting on Thursday, Sept. 11th! Ticknor Lounge, 7-8:30pm.

  • What does the WIBternship class typically look like?
  • WIBterns are typically underclassmen, though all Harvard undergraduates are welcome! WIB offers additional programming upon conclusion of the WIBternship, so we encourage early involvement.