We welcome the opportunity to partner with faculty and staff to design services and workshops specific to your students' needs. See below for ways we can partner with you to support the career development of your students!
Ways to Partner:
Contact Mihaylo Career Services for more information! Or complete our Workshop Request Form to schedule a visit!
If you anticipate a need to cancel class, contact Mihaylo Career Services! Based on availability, we can come into your class and deliver a workshop based on your students' interests. Choose a topic from the list below or work with us to create a presentation that fits your needs! Two weeks' notice is recommended.
Complete our Workshop Request Form to schedule a visit!
Mihaylo Career Services can assist students in preparing for and obtaining experience in their chosen field via both internships and job opportunities. Students should visit our Job & Internship Postings page to learn more about searching for internships and full-time and part-time opportunities!
We also recognize that many faculty and staff already have connections to employers who provide opportunities for our students, and we would love to work with them to help promote those opportunities!
If you would like to connect Mihaylo Career Services with one of your contacts to discuss partnership opportunities or recruitment needs, please refer them to Hema Paliwal, Employer Relations Associate at firstname.lastname@example.org
Employers wanting to know more about Mihaylo Career Services and ways to partner with us can visit our Employer Section to find out more!
For employers that have a full-time or part-time job opportunity that they would like posted within Mihaylo Career Services, please contact email@example.com.
Mihaylo Career Services partners with the Center for Internships & Community Engagement to provide internship opportunities for our students. For more information about registering and posting an internship, please visit CICE or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic Internships vs Internships:
An academic internship gives students academic credit for their work at an internship site. By enrolling in an academic internship course, students can claim credit for their experience and are evaluated by faculty at the university. Employers may be asked to complete an evaluation of their intern as well.
Academic internships may or may not include financial payment, while an internship must be paid and is not related to coursework. If you are offering a paid position, you may choose to post the position as both an internship AND an academic internship. However, if it is an unpaid position, it must be posted as an academic internship only.