Employer Internship Interest Form
Employer Internship Info
EFSC's Internship Office is dedicated to screening and coordinating internship opportunities for both internship partners and student interns.
By becoming an internship partner site, you not only invest in the future of EFSC students but also enhance your recruitment efforts by gaining access to prescreened future employees.
You can view a partial list of internship partner sites online, and don't forget to register your company with Handshake, our primary job-posting service. It's quick, easy, and free! Once registered, you can post job opportunities and browse the resume database.
To get started, simply complete the form on this page, and our Internship Representative will be in touch. Before you do, take a moment to review the frequently asked questions (FAQ) below for more information. You can also contact our office via email at InternshipOffice@easternflorida.edu or call 321-433-5261.
Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to common questions and gain valuable insights for employers about EFSC's internship program, ensuring a seamless and successful collaboration between your organization and our talented interns.
An internship is a way for students to apply what they've learned in the classroom to real-life situations. It helps them gain practical experience and make connections in their desired career fields. At the same time, employers get the chance to mentor and assess potential talent.
The number of hours a student spends at the internship site depends on their course and program. The required total time for internships can range from 30 to 96 hours per semester. It's important that these hours are completed during the same semester the student is taking the course. The student and the employer will work together to schedule the internship hours, and they will be recorded on the EFSC Hours Reporting Log.
Employers should provide meaningful duties that enhance students' understanding of the career field. Employers are also expected to offer general supervision. At the end of the internship, EFSC Career Services collects feedback from the employer about the intern's job performance.
Most internships at EFSC do not provide monetary compensation, and this is the preferred arrangement. For further details, please reach out to the Internship Office at EFSC's Career Centers. Employers can also refer to the Department of Labor's Internship Fact Sheet for additional information on unpaid internships.
EFSC's Internship Office helps place interns for specific programs. To evaluate whether your business employs workers with the required degrees or certificates, view our internship course list. If there's a match, there's a chance that an intern could be placed in your organization.
To start the process of matching employers with interns at EFSC, please complete the employer internship interest form on this page. After you submit the form, an Internship Office representative will contact you.
For more information, please reach out to the Internship Office at InternshipOffice@easternflorida.edu.