Summer Internship Program
What is the Summer Internship
The Summer Internship Program offered by the
University's Office of Internal Audit provides part-time summer employment to a
junior or senior University of Scranton accounting student.
What kind of work does it involve?
The student will assist the Internal Auditor
is performing certain audit procedures related to both the University's annual
external audits and internal audit projects. While the intern will be assisting
the Internal Auditor in many challenging audit tasks, at times the intern will
also be doing clerical work.
When does the position begin and
This temporary position usually begins on the
first Monday after the spring semester and ends on the last Friday before the
What if I have a vacation planned?
It's okay if the intern wants to go on
vacation for a maximum of one week during the summer. However, the intern will
only be paid for actual hours worked.
What is the pay rate?
The hourly rate that the intern will earn is
determined at the beginning of each year. For 2004 it is expected to be about
$10 per hour.
What are the work days and times?
Works days are Monday through Friday. Work
times are 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Will the position give me valuable work
The intern will receive hands-on experience in
performing fundamental auditing procedures similar to those that recent college
graduates hired by a public accounting firm would do.
The intern will have an opportunity to meet with auditors
from the University's external auditing firm. The intern may also develop
his/her communication and investigative skills by interacting with other
How and when do I apply?
You may obtain an employment application from
the University's Human Resources Department located in Saint Thomas Hall, Room
104. Complete and return the application by May 1st. You may also attach a
resume if you wish.
What will happen after I complete an
The Internal Auditor will review your
application and depending on your qualifications and those of other applicants
you may be called for an interview. You will be notified by letter if an
interview will not be scheduled.