Internships, Mentorships & Jobs

Employers and Students can benefit from the Craig School Internship Program, as well as part time and full time job opportunities arranged through university Career Services office. 

The Craig School Internship Program is different than a part time job. Unlike a part time job, a student receives academic credit upon completion of an Internship. Also, the Internship (designed by the student and employer) provides the student with a progressive learning and growth experience, rather than a repetitive activity which is usually associated with a part time job. From an employer’s perspective, an Internship is a great way to identify and attract prospective full time employees prior to their graduation. Employers can contact the Internship Program office to create internship opportunities for students.

Students interested in full or part-time jobs, on-campus interviews with prospective employers, and resume and interview preparation can avail themselves of the many opportunities provided by the university Career Services office. Employers can contact Campus Career Services to solicit students for potential full and part time employment.