What is an Internship?
An Internship is a short-term, learning experience designed to provide exposure, training and hands-on work experience within a field related to the programs offered at State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota.
In today's fast-paced business environment, it is important that new personnel are up to speed as quickly as possible. For entry-level needs, one-time only projects or simply to assist during your busiest season, the Internship Program at State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota is the way to go!
The internship brings together three key players: the employer, the intern, and SCF working towards an employment experience where all can benefit.
- The employer secures inexpensive and talented personnel by providing exposure, training and hands-on work for special projects.
- The employer can use a proven job performance to help with a hiring decision.
- Interns have successfully completed at least 30 credit hours towards their degree and bring fresh ideas and current technical skills.
- Interns are motivated to perform well because they need the experience and expertise your company provides.
- SCF's Career Resource Center screens applicants and sends you resumes of qualified candidates, saving you time.
- SCF's graduates are prepared for the workforce.
See SCF's A.S./A.A.S. Capstone Internship Program Contract & Employer Indemnity Agreement for details. Print, sign and fax the Agreement to (941) 727-6214. Any questions? Call Dee Dee Gatch at (941)752-5337 on the Bradenton campus and Michele Groves at (941)408-1436 for the Venice campus.
Build your job candidate pool by offering an internship today!
Considering offering an unpaid internship?
Make sure to check out the Department of Labor’s Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs Under The Fair Labor Standards Act to see if the opportunity passes the test for unpaid status.