Frequently Asked Questions

What is the University of Cincinnati Foundation?

The University of Cincinnati Foundation (UCF) is the private sector fund-raising entity for the University and its campuses, colleges, departments and units. We are charged with encouraging philanthropy for the University and to secure and steward contributions in support of UC's education, research and service goals.

How do I apply for a position?

Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single document electronically via our website. You can find the link to complete your application by visiting our Current Opportunities section on the right side of the page.

Where is the University of Cincinnati Foundation located?

UCF is located on East Campus in University Hall, Suite 100.

Where can I park at University Hall?

The Kingsgate Garage is located below the Foundation, all interview candidates should park in this garage and take the University Hall elevators to the 1st floor; we are located in Suite 100. If you become an employee of UCF there are a number of parking options available to you including Kingsgate and Eden garages, on-street parking where you can find it, or if you’re a student coming from campus, you can take the MainStreet/Eden shuttle that drops you off right out front of the building.

What should I bring if I am selected for an interview?

You will want to make sure you can provide a copy of your cover letter, resume and a list of references.

What are the general requirements to be considered for an internship?

You must be currently enrolled at UC’s main campus for the duration of the internship with an above average grade point and preference for junior or senior level status.

How much do interns work per week?

The average time commitment on a weekly basis is 15-20 hours a week; although, students are not able to work more than 20 hours. UCF is very flexible in accommodating academic schedules, as education is the main reason you are here at UC.

 

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