Differentiate Internships from Full Time Roles

An internship job ad has some important distinctions from a full-time job listing which you need to be mindful of when preparing to hire. Internship listings should be clear and concise. The listing should prominently display whether the position is paid or not, whether the internship or project can be completed remotely, and the expected duration of the internship or project. The listing does not need to request a certain number of years of experience as most internships require only educational experience. If the internship or project is being used to find potential full time employees, the listing should also include that information.

How to use this template:

This template will help you to craft a better internship job post and includes two best-in-class examples that helped companies find the right intern. 

For more advice on building an internship program, visit our guide Internships 101 for Employers!