Matching Employers and Interns

EFSC's Career Planning & Development Center is the clearinghouse for the screening of Internship opportunities, including part-time and full-time internships.

Your investment in becoming an Internship Partner Site pays off as you help develop a great source of future employees. View current Partner Sites.

To get started, fill out the interest form on this page or contact the Internship Representative.

You can also register your company with College Central Network Services — the primary job posting service for Eastern Florida State College, and also the online platform for posting internships opportunities for the EFSC community. It's free and easy to register. Once approved, you can post internship opportunities and view the resume database, plus post full/part-time job information.

Accordion FAQ Table

Question 1:  What is an Internship?

"An internship is a form of experiential learning that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skills development in a professional setting. Internships give students the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience and make connections in professional fields they are considering for career paths; and give employers the opportunity to guide and evaluate talent." - The National Association of Colleges and Employers [NACE]

Question 2:  How many hours can a student work?

The hours a student is required to work varies by course and program. Hours must be completed during the semester the student is registered for the course. The employer and student will work together to determine the student's internship work schedule.

Question 3:  What is expected of employers participating in EFSC's internship program?

We expect each employer to provide meaningful duties that would enhance the student's understanding of his/her career field. In addition, we request your feedback about the intern's job performance.

Question 4:  Do interns receive pay?

Please contact the Internship Representative for more information. Unpaid internships are preferred but must adhere to guidelines established by the Department of Labor.

Question 5:  How do I get an intern?

Before setting up an internship, employers must contact EFSC's Internship Representative at 321-433-5261 for additional information and program guidelines.

You can also complete the "Employer Internship Interest Form" on this web page and you will be contacted to discuss opportunities.

You may also post internship opportunities to College Central Network.

Career Center Contact

Cocoa Campus, Bldg. 12, Suite 307
321-433-5261

Employer: Internship Interest

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