Hire an Intern
Pacific and the Eberhardt School of Business place an emphasis on practical, hands-on learning. For Eberhardt students this takes the form on business internships. The 2011 NACE Job Outlook revealed that employers find on-campus recruiting and internship programs the most effective recruiting strategies for their organizations.
Eberhardt undergraduate students are encouraged to pursue internships to develop and hone their business skills, increase their knowledge of industries and business disciplines of interest, and to increase their employment marketability upon graduation.
Eberhardt MBA students entering in Fall 2011 will be required to participate in an internship experience.
- What is a great internship?
- Academic Internships Guidelines for Undergraduates & Employers
- MBA Internship Guidelines for Students & Employers
- Non-Credit Bearing Internships & Compensation
- FLSA position on "unpaid" internships
Promote your Internship Openings to our Business Students
Is your Intern job description written and ready for posting? Send it directly to Margaret Roberts.
Need some help defining the intern position? Fill out this Internship Questionnaire and submit it online today!
We'll call you to discuss the opportunity in greater detail within 1 business day!
Once we have the details of your internship need we will promote it to Eberhardt students via Tiger Jobs system, targeted e-mails directly to students and with the help of our faculty!
WANTED -- A FEW GOOD INTERNS. PAY NOT INCLUDED. A summary of California Rules Governing Unpaid Interns and Trainees posted by Nelson Law Group.