Hundreds of Towson University students work as interns in the local community each semester. If you are interested in finding a TU student intern for your business, non profit or government agency, please review the following resources:
The Career Center at Towson University assists employers with finding student interns throughout the year, including fall and spring semesters as well as winter and summer terms. Through job fairs, on-campus recruiting and one on one relationships, the Career Center is able to help local and regional employers find outstanding student interns.
Hire@TU is a free online database system that allows employers to post internship positions and connect with Towson University students. Hire@TU assists employers in placing hundreds of interns each year.
Unlike the conventional hiring process, TU's External Graduate Assistantship (EGA) Program is a simple and cost effective way to hire experienced technical staff. Through this innovative program, a company contracts with TU for the services of our graduate students for up to 20 hours per week, for a choice of time periods (5, 10, or 12 months). Although students are TU "employees" they work at the company site under your direction on company specific projects.