Offer an Internship

Are you seeking project assistance or searching for prospective employees?

Pacific University is deeply committed to active learning and experiential education in all its forms, including internships.

What is an Internship?

An internship is a supervised, educational work experience that supports a student’s career interests and exposes them to industry organizations and opportunities.  Students are eager to enrich their academic career with industry knowledge and proven accomplishments.

Employers can gain new energy and skills from student contributions to needed assignments and projects. 

Why offer an Internship?

Internship Facts

Eligibility
All students with at least one term of college level coursework and a minimum GPA of 2.70 are eligible to complete an internship and gain academic credit. 

Compensation
Students can be compensated for the time put into an internship experience through academic credit, an hourly wage or stipend, or other organizational perks and benefits.

Availability
Students are looking for opportunities all year around, but early planning is vital. Hours per week will vary depending on each student.

Steps to Recruiting an Intern

We realize organizations vary in their familiarity with the internship process.  Therefore, we recommend taking the following steps to begin your intern recruitment process. 

We thank you for taking part in offering opportunities to ensure our students will gain an invaluable career building experience!

Information about the internship program, assistance with publicizing opportunities and recruiting students can be obtained from the Career Development Center staff at careerdc@pacificu.edu.

Internships can be posted by employers at CareerCenterJobs.org, which is publicized to all Oregon liberal arts students and alumni.