;In recent years, youth unemployment has been worsened to such a degree that it becomes a worldwide concern. In 2013, the ratio between the unemployment rate of youth and the overall unemployment rate in Taiwan is 3.1, higher than many other countries, which is caused by the mismatch between school curriculums and the actual practices in the labor market. It is important to bridging these gaps so that the youth unemployment rates can be reduced. One of the effective ways to close these gaps is for students to participate in internship programs. In order to achieve this goal, Taiwan government has been promoting business internships, because it is a good way to raise students’ employability. Internships it not only provides students with opportunities to apply their knowledge in real world but also help them to find their career goals during their internship. By setting career goal and planning for their intern programs, they assist students to transfer smoothly from school to work. The subjects of this study are alumni from the Graduate Institute of Human Resource Management and Department of Business Administration at National Central University. We sent out questionnaires to all alumni of the above two programs. Based on the returned questionnaires we found: 1. Business internship programs have significant impact on graduates’ cooperation skills and job attitudes; 2. Business internship programs have significant impact on graduates’ career planning and learning abilities; 3.Business internship programs have significant impact on graduates’ abilities to apply professional knowledge to their jobs. In short, different business internship programs will have different impact on interns’ employability and therefore government, schools and businesses should carefully plan their internship programs so that interns are able to transfer smoothly from school to work as they completed their study at school.