Internship Certificate Program - Orientation I
An internship is a short-term job related to a student's major or career goals, and provides experience in a typical workplace in a career field. It lasts at least one semester and typically requires a student to work a minimum accumulation of hours.
As a form of experiential education, an internship is a triad partnership between student, college, and employer with responsibilities of each clearly articulated in pre-defined learning objectives. Facilitated and guided practice, reflection, and evaluation are all essential components of this transformative method of learning.
The Internship Certificate Program is made up of internships officially recognized and supported by Career Services.
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Program Eligibility Criteria
See our events page for Orientation dates