An internship will help you get a job. According to a 2018 study, 94% of employers said they're more likely to hire a recent grad who had had an internship. In other words, it pays to get experience in your chosen field before you graduate.
Here's where you can start
To be approved for an internship, you must:
Please be advised that some programs or courses of study require that you complete rotations, fieldwork, internships/externships and/or teaching assignments at facilities external to the university, while other programs or courses of study may offer voluntary internships or externships at facilities external to the university. Depending on the program or course, such facilities will or may require a criminal background check, an act 33/34 clearance (if applicable), and perhaps a drug screen to determine participant qualification or eligibility. Additionally, in order to become licensed, many states will inquire as to whether the applicant has been convicted of a misdemeanor, a felony, or a felonious or illegal act associated with alcohol and/or substance abuse.
An internship will allow you to get hands-on, practical experience and develop key competencies and critical skills in your field of study. Our students are getting great experience on internships at a variety of places:
If your business or organization has internship opportunities for our students, please complete the Employer Internship Information Form and contact: The Office of Academic Affairs at 362-7510 or email@example.com.
Procedure for External Based Opportunities:
You may be approached by undergraduate students to act as a faculty sponsor for their internships.
An academic internship is an approved and monitored work experience, related to an academic field of study. The difference between an internship and a short-term job or volunteer experience is the internship is structured to attain intentional learning goals. In addition to the on-site work experience, interns work under the sponsorship of a faculty member, who establishes and evaluates academic requirements for earning credit for the experience.
What are the components of an academic internship?
Who is eligible to do an internship?
What are the responsibilities of the faculty sponsor?
Commonly required academic assignments include:
If you have questions or need additional information, contact Academic Affairs or your division chairperson. The Office of Career Services can assist you in identifying and contacting potential internship sites for your academic discipline.
Procedure for Faculty Based Internship Opportunities:
Procedure for Student Identified Internship Opportunities:
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