Determine how you will use an intern. Write a position description that outlines the intern's responsibilities, qualifications, and your expectations. See Steps for Developing an Internship for more complete information about creating internship programs.
Complete Dickinson's Posting Form document, including as much descriptive information about the internship as possible (students are most attracted to positions when they provide thorough explanation of the responsibilities).
Email the form back to:
Amity Fox, Assistant Director/Internship Coordinator
The Career Center will post the internship position on DickinsonConnect, Dickinson's internship and job posting database.
Students contact employers via phone or email (unless otherwise requested by employer) and employers conduct interviews and hire qualified candidate(s).
The Career Center may periodically follow up to obtain updated internship information.
Below you will find additional information to assist you in your hiring process.
Dickinson Interns Benefit Organizations
Steps to Developing an Internship
Must an Intern be Paid?
How to Become a Competitive Site & Establish Visibility on Campus
Documents for Posting an Internship Opportunity