Conversation on Community
Richard Longworth, senior fellow of The Chicago Council on Global Affairs and an expert on globalization's impact on the Midwest, spoke with WMUK in Kalamazoo leading up to his participation on the September 11 "Albion Tomorrow" panel discussion.
Information for Employers
Exposure to businesses and their daily practices is a key element in the development of our students' professional skills. We constantly seek new experiencs for our students. Employers can provide these opportunities through internships, short term projects, speaking engagements on campus and group visits to business locations. If you would like to receive more information on becoming a member of the Gerstacker network, please send an email to
Ways to Reach Our Students
- Informal sessions about careers, businesses, or other topics offer a highly visible forum.
- Presentations are held Friday afternoons at 3:00 on campus. Other times can be coordinated upon request.
- Presentation rooms can accommodate up to 150 people, and are equipped with standard A/V equipment, including a desktop computer, PC laptop hook-up, projector and microphone.
Interview on campus. Recruiting for internships and permanent hiring takes place year round.
- For all Albion College Economics and Management students, post your recruiting events on the Albion College Career and Internship Center website.
Host an intern. Internships are full time positions which last an entire semester. Juniors complete internships during the Fall or Spring semester. Students complete a second internship the summer before their senior year. Our Employer Book offers information helpful in initiating an internship.
Mentor student clubs and organizations. Students interested in your industry or the functional area of your position can be easily targeted though our many student clubs, such as The Investment Club, The Accounting Society, and the Albion College chapter of the American Marketing Association.
Employer Resources for Internships
We provide a convenient PDF information form as well as two easy-to-use, electronic forms for employers' evaluation of interns.
The links to the forms are below.