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According to NACE’s 2018 Internship & Co-op Survey, organizations typically source interns via open applications and college career center contacts.
internships, recruiting, spotlight, sourcing, co-ops
While hiring for both internships and co-ops is expected to increase this year, the anticipated increases are relatively small.
internships, hiring outlook, surveys, spotlight, co-ops
By offering a signing bonus to interns/co-ops who meet certain criteria for housing, Alcon has avoided candidate fall out and expanded its recruitment area.
internships, compensation, spotlight, co-ops
Students’ satisfaction with their internship/co-op experience has a strong effect on their likelihood of accepting a full-time offer with the same employer.
best practices, internships, spotlight, co-ops
Is it an employer’s responsibility to provide their interns and co-ops with honest assessments of how their lines of work may fare economically?
internships, surveys, spotlight, co-ops
From where do employers source their interns and co-ops? And when do they start the recruiting process?
internships, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight, co-ops
Interns and co-ops continue to spend the bulk of their time on duties requiring analytic/problem-solving and project management skills.
internships, compensation, trends and predictions, surveys, spotlight, co-ops
Employers say major was the most influential characteristic between two otherwise equally qualified candidates for an internship or co-op position.
Just 14.5 percent of employers responding to NACE’s 2017 Internship & Co-op Survey featured rotational internship programs in 2017.
The practice of employers offering signing bonuses to candidates for intern and co-op positions seems to be making something of a comeback in recent years.