Experiential Education & Career Services

How to Host an Intern

Newbury's Internship Requirements

All baccalaureate degree candidates, after completing 80 credits, are required to participate in a 150-hour internship experience directly related to their major course of study. This placement is paired with an online course. Two internships are required for bachelor’s students in the Culinary Management and Hotel Administration programs - one after completing 30 credits and the second after 80. Associate degree students in Culinary Arts and Baking and Pastry must complete one 300-hour internship, including an online course component, after earning 30 credits.

What is Expected of a Host Employer?

The hands-on site experience is managed by a host employer. Each student will have a designated site supervisor to whom they will report at their internship site.

Intern Compensation

An internship is typically unpaid, though select employers may choose to compensate their intern(s) in some manner.

How To Host An Intern

Employers wishing to host a Newbury intern are advised to post an internship description through the Experiential Education & Career Services Center. It is recommended that a host employer request potential interns to submit a resume, cover letter, and to complete an interview as a part of the selection process.

Post With Us

Newbury College endeavors to forge long-term relationships with reputable employers. It is our hope that you will consider posting any needs you may have for student intern support with us. To submit an internship position description, simply email the Newbury College Experiential Education & Career Services Center at careers@newbury.edu.