Internship Information for Employers
An internship is career-related work experience which provides students with the opportunity
to gain career-related skills in a real-world setting. They also provide employers
an opportunity to observe an intern's performance and can serve as a pipeline for
future full-time talent.
Employers may post their internship opportunities in Employ-A-Bull. Internships may be paid or unpaid, though employers who wish to post an unpaid internship must agree that their internship meets the Department of Labor's six criteria test for unpaid internships to be in compliance with labor laws.
Internships may also be considered for academic credit. Internships for credit must be reviewed, approved, administered and coordinated through the student's academic department.
Are you interested and would like to speak to someone within our office? Kelly Rzeszut,
Employer Relations, is the contact for questions related to internships. Additionally,
Kelly can assist with recruitment for full-time employees. Visit our About Us page to meet the rest of the Employer Relations staff.