Finding An Intern
Employers who have a quality job assignment for a student should:
1. Review the Employer Guidelines. These guidelines communicate our expectations of employers. In a nutshell, we expect employers
* to provide quality, major-related assignments.
* to provide constructive feedback to the student.
* to work with the university in assisting the student with academic credit (if applicable).
2. Submit a job description to the Career Services database - BuffJobs. BuffJobs is a free online database designed to connect employers with WT students and alumni. Click here to learn more and submit your internship job description.
Once your job description is in our database, we can market your opportunity across campus. As we identify qualified students, we will forward their resumes to you for consideration.
3. Interview candidates. From the resumes provided, contact and arrange interviews of the students you are interested in. There is no obligation to interview or hire; however, we are hopeful you'll find the perfect student.
4. Notify the Experiential Education office once you have selected a student. Before your student begins work, notify our office so we can assist with coordinating credit (if applicable) and updating our records.
Please contact Steve Sellars by email (email@example.com) or phone (806-651-2345) with any questions.