Programs that support individuals in gaining practical experience in their careers. Some internships are paid, and most can be undertaken for college credit.
Awards for periods generally ranging from a few weeks to a year of training/work experience (often unpaid), sometimes in-residence, at a sponsor's facilities.
Internships are for 10-12 weeks, usually over the summer and are available to candidates in their penultimate (next to last) year of study.
Employers provide structured work experiences that include workplace readiness and job-specific skill development and that connect to school-based learning. Ideally, students work in a number of departments or positions during their internships.
Internships are a vital part of your career development! Therefore, students are encouraged to utilize the Career Services Office to discuss concerns regarding internship opportunities. For more information about internships, please visit our Internship Page.
Students are matched with community volunteers and take part in the volunteers' activity or at their workplace as an assistant or observer.
The Office of Career Services creates opportunities for students to gain practical work experience in areas that compliment their academic studies. Certain criteria must be met to earn eligibility to participate in an internship. Please contact the office to inquire into the process.
Part- and/or full-time professional work opportunities for students. Interns are usually paid or they gain college credits.
Practical work or training experience that allows students to apply what they have learned in class. Generally, you'll participate in an internship when you are not taking classes—perhaps during the summer.
These are part-time or full-time opportunities to gain professional work experience while in college. Some interns are paid, while others recieve college credit. Either way, the experience is invaluable to anyone looking for employment after college. This means you.
Short-term, supervised work experiences, usually related to a student's major field, for which the student earns academic credit. The work can be full- or part-time, on- or off-campus, paid or unpaid. Student teaching and apprenticeships are examples.
Internships provide students with the opportunity to earn 3 academic credits while gaining experience working in a field placement. Eligibility requirements for internships include completion of 30 credits and a minimum GPA of 2.50.
Working in your expected career field during a semester or over the summer.