Internships are the best way to receive professional development. They provide an opportunity for students to gain a practical knowledge of a profession within their major. Internships can be for credit or non-credit, paid or non-paid, but provide a knowledge base outside of a formal classroom setting. Students are encouraged to seek internship opportunities early. For more information on internship sites for the current academic year, please visit the Center for Career & Professional Development located in Marcus Foster, 108.
The Director of Career Services will assist students in researching and applying for internships, but students must meet with their academic advisor to discuss the specific major academic requirements. Please fill out the forms below and return them to the Center for Career & Professional Developments prior to the start of the Internship.