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  • Internship positions are designed for candidates pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees. Opportunities can be on a part-time or full-time basis ranging from 3 months to 12 months in length.
  • We encourage students to apply for any internship in which they are interested and for which they qualify. Requirements will be listed in each internship posting.
  • Preference will be given to students who are currently pursuing a college degree in a related field of study. Note: Students who will graduate prior to the internship are not eligible for the Internship Program.
  • Traditional recruiting seasons are August through October and February through March. Applicants wishing to submit resumes outside of the time period may contact the Internship Coordinator.
  • Candidates interested in learning more about the internship program are encouraged to contact the Internship Coordinator.
  1. Click the link below to be directed to our Current Openings page.
  2. Click view and apply for jobs using eRecruit. A new window will open displaying various job openings.
  3. Enter the keyword "internship" in the Basic Job Search box and click Search. This will display all available internship openings.
  4. If you are interested in a position, click the Apply Now button. You will be prompted to create a user name and password. If you are a returning user, you can log on at this time.
  5. You will be asked to create a profile and upload your resume. You will receive an email confirmation once your resume has been received.

Click here to apply!

Once you submit your resume, your name is logged as an applicant for the position(s) you selected. If the resume meets the required criteria for the position, it is passed along to the hiring manager. To find an update on the postings you applied for, log on to your eRecruit account. The system keeps track of postings linked to you and will provide the status of the internship(s).

Even though your resume is one of hundreds we may see, it can still stand out from the job-seeking crowd. Use these tips to help your resume get a first – and second – glance.

  • Deliver a clear, concise, strong headline and/or objective statement
  • Identify personal qualities and back up with concrete examples
  • Quantify your past performances
  • Concentrate on key words in the job description
  • Proof for accuracy (e.g, spelling, grammar, punctuation) to ensure your resume contains no errors

The interview process will vary from supervisor to supervisor and department to department. Most candidates will interview with the hiring manager during the first round interview, and potentially with others from the department in the second round interview.

The interview process can be stressful and challenging. However, with preparation and confidence you can guarantee to make a great first impression.

  • Do your homework – research the organization, review the job description, as well as yourself
  • Practice – think of possible questions the interviewer may ask you based on your resume or cover letter, and generate solid responses
  • Arrive at least ten minutes early
  • Bring extra copies of your resume, cover letter, references, etc
  • Deliver interview responses focused on concise answers – keep answers on point
  • Sell yourself honestly and respectfully

Traditional Interviews focus primarily on the candidate’s ability to effectively communicate. The questions do not relate to past behavior or specific instances. Examples of possible questions include, “Why do you want to work for this organization?” or “What are your career goals?”

Behavioral interviews are based on the idea that past behavior is the best predictor of future behavior. Questions are designed to elaborate on one particular instance while using probing questions to gain a balanced perspective of the candidate. Examples of possible questions include, “Describe a time when you were a leader of a successful team” or “Tell me about a time when you were given a vague assignment. What did you do?” The key to answering behavioral interview questions is to answer in the STAR format!

  • Situation/Task – Describe the problem, major obstacles, the specific event, or what had to be done
  • Action – What did you do? What were the steps you followed? Remember to focus on you!
  • Result – How did it turn out? What did you accomplish?
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