Recruiting and Internships
Find and develop the right people
Career Development Center
CDC Employer Services is the central point of contact for employers looking to recruit employees, interns, or volunteers.
Other academic units have formal and informal mechanisms in place for recruitment and internships.
Generally, internships fall into two categories:
- Paid internships, carrying no credit.
- Unpaid internships for academic credit.
The Lubar School of Business and the College of Engineering and Applied Science have dedicated recruiting offices. You can contact departmental deans’ offices or individual faculty members about specific recruiting opportunities.