The Office of Internships and Career Placement works with Faculty and Employers to connect our students to internships, jobs, and experiential education. We also provide career skill building workshops and resources. These components will aid you to achieve your final career objectives of acquiring gainful employment after graduation.
Internship & Cooperative Education Programs
Offers assistance to students and alumni with résumé and cover letter writing, interview preparation, job search techniques, advice on employment issues and job trend information.
Experiential Learning Definition and Tiers
- Experiential Learning is a structured, curricular-related endeavor (Either on campus or off campus) which asks the student (of any class) to apply their knowledge and skills outside the traditional classroom experience. It is characterized by variability and uncertainty; can be course-based or sought independently; and in its best form is conducted through four phases: 1.) design, 2.) conduct, 3.) reflect and 4.) evaluate. Experiential Learning endeavors fall into three tiers and encompass activities including internships, service learning, undergraduate research, study abroad, and other creative and professional work experiences which are seen as a progressive and developmental process.