How do students find out about my internship(s)?
- Once internships are submitted via the online position submittal form, they are posted on The Career Center's online recruiting system, HireLOYOLA. All students have access to HireLOYOLA in order to search for and apply to employment and internship opportunities.
How many hours do students need to complete for an internship?
- This depends on whether a student is receiving course credit or not. In order to receive course credit, a student needs to complete either (1) a minimum of 100 internship hours over the course of at least six weeks, or (2) a minimum of 150 internship hours over the course of a semester or the summer.
I am unable to pay my intern. Are they able to receive course credit instead?
- Yes; however, the faculty member teaching the internship course must approve the intern's job description in order for the student to receive credit.
If my intern is receiving academic credit for their internship, what are my responsibilities as an employer for the course?
- Typically, the employer is required to complete a midterm and final evaluation of the student's performance at their internship. The information from this evaluation contributes to the student's final grade for the course.
My internship is paid but can my intern also receive course credit?
- This is at the discretion of the student's academic department; however, many departments are supportive of students being compensated while receiving credit for their internship.