Advantages to the Employer of Having an Intern:
- Gain a source of potential future employees whom you can observe over time.
- Help students apply their formal education in actual organizational settings.
- Gain knowledge about technological and other innovations in your field.
Employer's Responsibilities to the Intern:
- Approve job duties that the interns have developed cooperatively with the internship coordinator or provide a list of job duties. The duties must require some college education.
- Provide ongoing, informal feedback to student interns about their work performance.
- Complete a final evaluation of student intern's performance on the internship using an online employer evaluation form. After the student intern submits an internship self-evaluation, the employer listed on the student’s internship application will receive a message directing the employer to a link to complete the online evaluation. (The employer evaluation must be submitted before the student’s internship grade will be processed.)
- Employers are strongly encouraged to conduct a face-to-face meeting to explain their evaluation of the intern’s performance to the student intern.
- Perform assigned duties satisfactorily.
- Comply with all company regulations, health and safety rules, and legal requirements.
- Follow all company policies.
- Comply with all applicable university regulations.
Where Do I Begin as An Employer?
Arranging an internship for a Business or Accounting major is easy! For more information, visit our internship page or call the School of Business at 608.342.1660. Also consider posting internship opportunities on the Pioneer Career Network. UW–Platteville has consistently provided interns who are hardworking, conscientious, and dedicated to learning.