Begin by setting up your candidate profile online at www.emory.jobs/interns; make sure to include a recent resume.
Once you are set up online, you can apply to the College Intern positions that are posted. These will be posted as we get them from department hiring managers. If there aren't any positions listed, you can create a search agent with the keyword "College Intern." This way, you will be aletered to any new intern positions when they are posted on Emory's website; you will receive an email notification to the email that is listed on your candidate profile.
If selected for an interview, you will be contacted by the hiring manager. The interview may either be conducted by phone, face-to-face, or both.
If you are selected for a summer internship position, you will be contacted by Human Resources to initiate the new hire process.
The Summer College Internship Program is open to:
Rising sophomores and juniors 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
This is a paid internship; interns receive $12.08 per hour.