How to Host an Intern from the Jabs School of Business
Jabs School of Business students are consistently recognized by employers for their exceptional character, work ethic, and ability to practically apply their education to their chosen career field.
One-Sheet Summary of Jabs Internship Program
Download the PDF in order to share internally or serve as a reference.
Guidelines for Internships
What qualifies as an internship? CBU’s Career Center Internship Guidelines page outlines what it takes to host an intern at your company or organization.
CBU Career Center
Resources to help employers post jobs and internships, on-campus recruiting events, and CBU’s Employer Partner Program.
Create a profile as an employer in order to market your current openings to CBU students and alumni.
Employer Evaluation Link
After you have had a Jabs intern for a semester, employers are asked to provide valuable feedback on their performance. This mandatory evaluation comprises part of the student’s internship class grade.
Need more information? Please contact Dawn E. Carter, Client Relations & Internship Specialist at the Jabs School of Business firstname.lastname@example.org for specific questions.