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Job Posting Policies

Internships

The Cooper Union does not offer academic credit for internship experiences. The Cooper Union will activate unpaid internships postings that have a clearly articulated learning component and demonstrate that the interns are directly supervised by a professional in the field in which they are working.

Whether the internship is paid or unpaid, we offer "Starting and Maintaining a Quality Internship Program by Michael True" as a helpful reference for developing experiential learning programs. This document is made available as a point of departure and does not represent the Cooper Union's internship programs.

For additional information about internships aimed at for-profit private sector employers, see the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division's "Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs Under The Fair Labor Standards Act."

The Professional Internship Program limits each internship site to one participating student per semester. Cooper students are encouraged to seek unique and diverse internships that support their individual learning goals and enlarge their professional networks. For more information about the program, please review the student pages of the Professional Internship Program.

Third Party Recruiters

The Cooper Union Career Center welcomes job postings from third party recruiters provided the organization:

  • presents the hiring company's name to the Career Center
  • does not charge the student a "placement fee" for employment

The Engineering Career Fair is not open to third-party recruiters.