The National Internship and Co-op Study Will Continue To Be The Largest Internship Research Project Of Its Kind.
As with all of our past research, the 2013 survey will collect internship and co-op related information from students in all of the key areas of experiential programming. The areas to be measured include why students pursue internships and co-op experiences, program structure, supervisors, marketing, orientation, evaluation compensation, benefits, and so much more. The comprehensive survey collects data surrounding students that have completed an internship or co-op experience, in addition to those that have not.
Most universities who have participated in our research projects in the past have reported that they receive a better response rate from Intern Bridge surveys than they can achieve on their own. Once the survey period has concluded, the university receives all of the data collected from their campus as well as a summary of the National findings, completely free of charge.
By conducting this research on a national level, Intern Bridge will be able to track regional trends. This study will provide an extensive amount of information to the higher education community, and the employers who hire students as part of these important developmental experiences.
CLICK HERE to register your school to take part in this vital research.