- Assistance building and/or improving an internship program within your organization
- A streamlined application process
- Promotion of your opportunities to students from Greenbsoro’s local colleges and universities and first-generation students from across the country, producing a larger and more diverse candidate pool
- A program that serves as a retention tool, connecting your intern(s) with the city to experience what life would be like as a young professional living and working in Greensboro
- An opportunity for your intern(s) to participate in a 2-day leadership training through the Center for Creative Leadership
- Additional training for your intern(s) focusing on professional development and soft skills
- A program that grows our city’s reputation as a place to land post-graduation when students realize they can build their career here
- Opportunities to increase your organization’s reach to local businesses and community members through networking events
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There are four different ways for an intern to be eligible for the Fellows Program:
Traditional: Students who attend one of our local colleges/universities (Bennett College, Elon School of Law, Elon University, Greensboro College, Guilford College, GTCC, NCA&T, or UNCG).
Guilford County Graduate: Students who graduated from a high school in Guilford County, but may be attending a college or university outside of Greensboro. See all eligible high schools here.
First Generation: Students who identify as first-generation college students (i.e. their parents did not complete a four-year college degree) attending any college/university.
Sponsored: Students who do not attend a local college or university in Greensboro and who did not graduate from a high school in Guilford County; employers can sponsor participation for $1,500 per intern, which covers the costs associated with the program.
Organizations are responsible for paying their interns for employment, but there is no cost for interns to participate in the Fellows Program if they meet the traditional or Greensboro native criteria.
Do you already have a recruiting method that works for you? Your interns can still participate in the Fellows Program even if they aren’t sourced through Campus Greensboro. Learn more!
With 50,000 college students and seven local college/universities, Campus Greensboro has a mission to change the perception of Greensboro among college students. We want them to feel valued in our community, to enjoy the city, and thrive here as a young professional after graduation. Campus Greensboro conducts assessments of the students participating in the Fellows Program to measure the success of our efforts. Here you can find the latest survey results of our 2021 Fellows.
THIS SOUNDS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE… WHAT’S THE CATCH?
There is no catch! The only requirements of our employer partners are:
- All internships must be paid – even if receiving course credit.
- But there is no cost for you to recruit through us and no cost for your interns to be in the Fellows Program.
- If you recruit an intern through us, they automatically become a Fellow.
- When students apply, they are committing to both their internship and the Fellows Program.
- Events that include our employers are optional.
- But they are great networking opportunities!
Ready to partner?
Submit your internship to post on the Campus Greensboro internship job board:
- Internships will be posted starting September 7, 2021.
- The last suggested date to post is February 8, 2022.
Check out our 2022 Employer Guide for more information about recruiting interns through Campus Greensboro.