The Love School of Business at Elon University takes the internship requirement for our majors very seriously. We understand that it a critical component of our student’s professional development. The internship instructor serves as a partner to the work supervisor and intern (partner expectations). While it is the school’s intention that the work assignments relate to the LSB Core Competencies of the intern’s area of study, we realize that there is so much more to learn about the work place and students might have very unique and diverse interests.
Our primary expectations are that the work site provides a work space with company-owned computer, inclusion in the work team, regular training, supervision and constructive feedback. While some non-profits aren’t always able to pay an intern, a stipend or hourly wage is encouraged (not required). The student pays tuition for the internship course and often gives up their part-time job for the opportunity to intern.
Recruit Elon Talent
The Corporate and Employer Relations staff is committed to helping employers recruit Elon talent throughout the academic year.
We welcome you to post any available positions on our internal database, the Elon Job Network. The Elon Job Network (EJN) allows employers to post jobs and internships, manage interview schedules, and register for on-campus events.
We also offer a variety of recruitment options, including campus and virtual interviews, classroom engagement, and formal recruitment events. To learn more about recruiting at Elon, please click here.
For questions, please contact, Lauren Duffy, associate director of corporate and employer relations for the Love School of Business, at email@example.com.
This fall, more than ever, we had great success at referring candidates to various cities in the northeast and beyond. All candidates that were referred to office visits ended up receiving offers. I think that speaks to the strength of students that Elon’s business school is producing!
– Sarah Tegen, EY