It's never too early to start planning your internship. Here are a few tips to keep in mind as you begin the process.
First of all, take the time to think about why, when and where you would like to do your internship. Ask yourself:
Be sure to check with your academic advisor about the university and departmental requirements for internships in your major. Work closely with faculty members so you will be sure to design an academically sound internship plan.
Secondly, visit Career Services to obtain internship information and help in identifying potential sites. The staff at Career Services can help you develop a professional resume. If you have any questions, you can contact Dr. Holly J. Spittler, associate dean of Student Affairs and director of Career Services.
Keep in mind that the time and effort you spend planning your internship is equally as important as the time you will spend actually completing the internship.
Procedure for Student Identified Internship Opportunities: