Gain access to Towson University’s 22,000 hard-working students through Hire@TU – your venue to advertise full-time, part-time, and seasonal/temporary positions. Posting is always free and is a great way to easily reach all Towson students. Job postings remain active for 30 days.
- If you have an existing account, go to the Hire@TU login.
- First time users: Find your organization and create an account.
- Hire@TU Employer FAQs
To assist you in attracting the broadest and best qualified applicant pool, we encourage you to review our tips on writing effective job descriptions (PDF).
Additional details on the Career Center’s employer policies can be found by reviewing our Employer Standards of Ethical Conduct and Career Center Policies.
Internship Employer Expectations
The Career Center at Towson University and the academic departments expect employers to provide career-related and significant, professional work experiences that sufficiently challenge college students and complement their skills, academic experience and learning goals. A staff member who has expertise in the field of the internship and wants to support the professional development of others should supervise/mentor the student.
If you want to post an internship on Hire@TU, you must follow the below guidelines:
- Internship Program Employer Checklist (PDF)
- Employer Overview of Effective Internships (PDF)
- Internship Employer Sponsor Agreement (PDF)
Whether you want to offer a one-time internship opportunity or establish a company-wide internship program, the following guides will help you get started:
- Developing an Internship Program: GBC Handbook (PDF)
- Starting and Maintaining a Quality Internship Program (PDF)
- The Proper Care and Feeding of Interns (PDF)
- NACE- 15 Best Practices for Internship Programs
All employers should be in compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act. For guidance on applying these regulations to internships, see the NACE Position Statement on U.S. Internships.