Alumni Internship Program

Alumni Internship registration link will open in late September 2018.   Click here

Alumni and Friends of Luther

As part of Luther's Sesquicentennial Strategic Plan, the college has set a goal of increasing the number of students who participate in at least one internship prior to graduation. This goal would not be attainable if it were not for the incredible support that we receive from the Luther alumni network.

The following information is designed to provide you some information about hosting an intern, site expectations, as well as posting an internship with us.

** January Term 2019 Alumni Internship Program Important Dates:

September 24, 2018: Host Registration Link Open to Alumni and Friends, Invitation email to alums

October 24, 2018: Career Center begins advertising opportunities to students 

October 31, 2018: Last day for Alumni and Friends to submit internship opportunities  

November 15, 2018: Applications due to employers from students  

November 30, 2018: Applicants should be notified by employers whether or not they have received internship.  

Links

Please note, we welcome opportunities that you may be willing to share with our students at any time and feel free to contact the Career Center at 563-387-1025 or email [email protected]

Guidelines-Responsibilities for Host/Site (PDF)
If you are curious about the responsibilities of an internship site supervisor, this will answer those questions!

Internships: A Quick Guide for Employers (PDF)
Simple guide as to why you should hire an intern, the basics for crafting an internship, how you can recruit interns from Luther, and managing your intern.

Employer Internship Handbook (PDF)
If you are hosting an intern for the first time, this handbook will provide you an overview of best practices to help you get started!

Internship Program Connects Students, Alumni, Applied learning

Evan Seegmiller ’17, far right, interned with Evergreen Bank Group in Oak Brook, Ill., during January Term 2016 with (left to right) Jenny Voss ’07, Jill Wachholz ’89, and Kayla Hermann ’15. Wachholz is vice president and chief financial officer of the bank.

 

Recent gifts from Luther alumni through the Career Center’s Internship Funding Program make it financially possible for students to secure an internship.