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Employers Internship Guide

An internship is a pre-professional, intensive learning experience that offers meaningful, practical work experience related to a student’s field of study or career interest. Internships are designed to be time-limited and focused on connecting knowledge learned in the classroom with practical business skills – providing an opportunity to put theory into practice, and expose students to industry.

The Foster School of Business views internships as opportunities for win-win situations. Students gain new skills, new perspectives and a new context for their education and employers gain new ideas and energy into their workplace, develop talent and potentially build a pipeline for future full-time employees.

At-a-Glance an Internship is:
Designing an Internship
Work Responsibilities
Sample Internship Position Descriptions
Time Commitments and Expectations
Identifying and Recruiting Talent
Supervising and Managing Interns
Intern Evaluation and Closure
Providing References for Interns
International Interns: Working with Non-US Citizens
Selected Best Practices for Internships

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