Hire an Intern

Why Internships?

Internships are a great way to offer students career experience while getting the benefit of a student's unique perspective and skill set. In the short-term, internships offer employers access to highly motivated students and the opportunity to fill temporary job openings, free permanent staff for other projects, or ease the load during the busy season. In the long-term, internships offer employers a cost-effective means of evaluating performance and potential of employees prior to making a permanent offer.

We Help Employers Create, Manage, and Recruit for Internships

We can help you develop a new internship position.

Our Employer Relations Team will help you identify opportunities and job descriptions for creating new internship positions, using insight from our work with students. Contact us to get started.

We can help you recruit motivated, talented students.

We can help your organization recruit students from across the University to apply for current internship opportunities. Learn more about posting internships on Handshake.

Pack Internship Grant Program

Paid internships at nonprofit, startups, and public agencies

The Career Studio manages an annual internship program that provides funding to non-profit organizations, start-up companies and public agencies to create paid internship. Pack Internships take place every Spring semester. Outreach to employers begins the summer before each internship cycle. Learn more about the Pack Internship Grant Program here.

Employers interested in participating in this program in Spring 2018 and beyond, please contact Elizabeth Loun, Associate DIrector of Employer Relations and Internships, or Katie Champagne, the Pack Internship Grant Program Assistant. We would be happy to send you more information on the program.

If you are an employer and would like to apply to be a partner with the program, you can click here and fill out the partnership application. Employer Partnership Applications are due every summer (usually early July) for consideration in the following year's internship cycle. There are a limited number of slots available each year. Applications for the Spring 2017 cycle have already closed.