Students need real-world learning experiences to connect theory to practice and build practical workplace skills. Another way to give back and help the next generation is by hosting an undergraduate or graduate student at your workplace.
The Center for Career and Experiential Education (CCEE) provides their Employer Guidebook, to help you get started.
If you work in an environment where you or your organization would like to host an intern, you can post an internship description on RhodyNet, our online career database.
If you have any questions about hosting an intern please contact Tammy Leso, the Experiential Education Coordinator for the College of Arts and Sciences, email@example.com, 401-874-2973.