The Center for Career & Professional Development can help you connect with our UF students and alumni whether you are seeking interns, entry-level or experienced personnel. We encourage you to schedule a meeting with our professional staff to develop a recruiting strategy customized for your needs. Please email or call to schedule a meeting today.
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can be posted by clicking the button above and completing our job vacancy form
. A lot of students work part-time (10-30 hours per week) while they are attending classes. These positions do not require a degree and are not necessarily related to the student's program of study.Job shadowing
provides current students the opportunity to shadow a UF alumnus or employer in the local community. As a shadow host, you will be able to share valuable, industry-related knowledge and have a direct impact on UF students.Internship/Co-op
opportunities should look and feel decidedly different than other part-time, full-time or temporary positions in your organization, in that there is a distinct connection to the student's academic program and learning experience.
For tips to develop a stellar internship program at your organization, check out our Best Internship Checklist
. Also, to ensure your internship is following federal regulations, refer to the Fair Labor Standards Act
. Each internship is evaluated on a mid-term and final basis. The internship supervisor will receive the evaluations via email.Full-time opportunities
can also be filled through the University of Findlay. These positions can be submitted and recruited for in the same way as internships.
Are there differences to hiring international students?
The University of Findlay attracts students from more than 40 countries and most of them enter the U.S. with student visas allowing them to pursue full-time studies that are often complemented by employment in their field of study. Click here or the button below to view our guide for hiring
Recruiting Policies & Dates
To understand the University's standards regarding recruitment of UF students, refer to our Recruiting Policies
. For information about dates to keep in mind as you're recruiting UF students, refer to our Important Recruiting Dates
The University of Findlay has been awarded funding from the Ohio Means Internships and Co-ops (OMIC) Grant. The purpose of the OMIC Grant is to increase and sustain internships and co-ops throughout the state of Ohio. If you are interested in partnering with us through the OMIC Grant Program or any other internship program, please call 419-434-4665.
If you have any questions or need further information, please call 419-434-4665 or email [email protected].