ECO has several supports to maximize the benefit and reduce the burden of hosting an intern. Below are resources we have compiled to help you maximize the internship and answer any initial questions you may have.

Internship Expectations and Responsibilities

ECO Student Conduct Code - How ECO faculty and staff will handle any misconduct during the Capstone Internship

Internship Handbook - All processes involving the community partner and students duing the Capstone Internship

Career Readiness Competencies - Students will be evaluated based on these competenices developed by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE)

Mentor Resources

Is an intern right for my org?

Sample Job Descriptions


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