Internship experiences are an essential component of your education. An internship provides you with a chance to learn new skills, network with professionals in your field, apply coursework to a real-world work situation, and explore career options. While many factors impact success in the job search, internship experience will typically make you a more competitive candidate.
Finding an internship:
Schedule an appointment with Alyssa Gostonczik, Intern and Employer Relations Coordinator, to get help finding a site.
Determine if you will take the internship for-credit or not-for-credit. Talking with your academic/program advisor is highly encouraged.
Research places to intern using Career Connect/Purple Briefcase.
Prepare a resume. If you've never done one before, check out our resources.
Find a site, report your internship and fill out a Student Learning Outcome form available from Alyssa Gostonczik. Your information will be reviewed and passed on to your academic advisor for approval.
- Internship FAQs
- Finding an Internship
- Student Learning Outcomes by Major
- Internship Information for Employers