Summer College Internships

College students in the middle of their academic careers can gain valuable, hands-on experience with Emory's summer college internship program.

About the Program

Emory's summer college internship program lasts for ten weeks (June 1 – August 7, 2020), with an option for departments to extend it to twelve weeks (ending on August 21, 2020).

The program is open to:

  • Rising sophomores, juniors and seniors in an undergraduate program at any 2-4 year college or university (students do not need to be from Emory University)
  • Those in good academic standing
  • Those willing to work a flexible schedule
  • Those willing to commit to a 10-week program

The internship pays $14.25 per hour.

An optional Summer Intern Housing Program is available for students who need housing.

Download 2020 program flyer

How to Apply

  1. Begin by setting up your online profile. Make sure to include a recent resume.
  2. Once set up, you can begin to apply. To find internship positions, search the keywords "Summer College Intern 2020." Depending on when you search, there may not yet be any positions posted; these are only posted once they are received from hiring managers.
  3. You can set up an alert to email you any time an internship position is posted. Use the keywords "Summer College Intern 2020" to set up your notifications.

If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by the hiring manager. The interview may either be conducted by phone, in-person or both.

If you are selected for an internship position, you will be contacted by Human Resources to initiate the new hire process.

Search and Apply for Internships

To Hire an Intern

If you are a hiring manager at Emory University or Emory Healthcare, we invite you to hire a summer intern.

Emory's Summer College Internship Program is managed by Emory Temporary Services.

The cost to departments is $18.00 per hour (interns will be paid $14.25 per hour). HR does not pay for the cost of the interns.

Download 2020 program flyer (to post in your department)

Steps

  1. Create an online requisition using in our applicant tracking system, iCIMS. View instructions for creating a requisition.
  2. Select the job code ETS99 College Intern
  3. Complete all required fields (including work schedule, preferred requirements and billing)
  4. Save and route your request for approval and processing
  5. The deadline to submit a requisition is April 30, 2020

To access iCIMS, log in to Self-Service and click on the Emory Recruiting System tile.

Log in to Self-Service

Key Dates 2020
April 30Deadline for hiring managers to submit requisition requests
May 1Deadline for hiring managers to make candidate selections
May 22Student Intern Orientation: 10:00 am–11:00 am, 1599 Clifton Rd.
June 1Official program start date
August 710 Week Program Ends
August 2112 Week Extension Ends