Beginning the Process

If you are interested in hosting an internship or want more information, contact the Career & Employment Services to discuss majors who might be relevant to what you are looking for.

Identify possible internship opportunities in your organization. The most important part of hosting an intern is developing structure for them and identifying one central person that will supervise them.

Interns need supervision! Keep in mind that these students might be new to the workforce or to this particular field, provide guidance and feedback regularly.

Remember that our office is here to serve as a resource.

Timing Is Everything...

We would like to help you recruit the best possible intern, so timing is crucial in advertising and promoting your internship opportunity. Please use the following guidelines when submitting your posting in order to reach the widest audience:

If you want an intern during: Submit your posting the previous:
Fall April
Spring November
Summer February



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