​​​Internships

COVID Internship Protocol for Fall

Students undertaking internships will be expected to adhere to the health and safety guidelines of the internship site. Some in​​​ternships may be completed remotely. Students who are uncomfortable with an internship setting for health or safety concerns should immediately contact their academic internship supervisor and the Center for Career and Professional Development.

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An internship is a form of experiential learning that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skills development in a professional setting. Internships give you the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience and make connections in professional fields you are considering for your career path.


Do you have an internship secured already?

Congratulations! You've taken an amazing step in your professional development journey. Review the below materials to follow the recommended next steps:


1. Discuss the opportunity with your academic advisor (Computer Science Majors click here instead)


2. Gather this required information (Computer Science Majors, click here instead)



**If you are pursuing spring 2021 academic credit, the deadline for this step is Friday, January 29**

Current Interns



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​Employers


If you're looking to hire an intern, please fill out our job vacancy form by clicking the button below:



​2020 Intern of the Year


Thanks to all of the interns and site supervisors.


Congratulations to the award winner, Megan Schramm, a senior healthcare management/gerontology major.

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