Economics Internships and Research Opportunities

A large number of paid internships and research opportunities are available to economics majors. Every year, Economics program at the UW-Superior continues to be part of the Regional Economic Indicators Forum (R.E.I.F), a comprehensive research initiative to support economic growth across our region, sponsored by the National Bank of Commerce. Economics students also have opportunities to participate in some Economics conferences in the region such as Minnesota Economic Association, Wisconsin Economics Association, and Midwest Economics Association conferences.

The Center for Economic Development frequently uses students to assist in survey design, data collection and coding for reports prepared for county extension agents and county agencies throughout Wisconsin. Internships are also offered to economics majors by area banks such as M&I Bank and National Bank of Commerce in Superior. Economics interns have also been placed in the Mayor's Office, at the Superior Recycling Center, and the Superior YMCA. The economics faculty at UW-S are committed to helping economics majors locate and complete challenging internships that provide valuable job experience and career advancement.

Mitchell Blomberg at the Regional Economic Indicators Forum, Spring 2018

Mitchell Blomberg at the Regional Economic Indicators Forum, Spring 2018

Economics students and faculty participating in Wisconsin Economics Association Conference, 2017

Economics students and faculty participating in Wisconsin Economics Association Conference, 2017