An Internship is a quarterly academic program involving an on-the-job placement the student earns via preparation and interviews. A successful Internship is based on professionalism and performance to measurable work site learning objectives directly related to the student's career goals. If a student is interested in exploring careers, an internship can also provide this. Internships are usually non-paid (unless otherwise noted) and offer flexible hours to allow for the student's academic schedule.
- Career Marketability
- Resume Development
- Explore career options, or transition from one industry to another
- Earn Academic Credit
How to Get Started
• Complete the Internship Application
• Obtain a copy (unofficial) of your transcripts
• Update or create a resume
• Contact the department to set up an interview time with the program instructor:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get started!
• Bring your completed application, transcripts, and resume to your interview.
- Amber GoligoskiProgram Coordinator - Workbased Learningemail