Credit Internship Registration
SPRING 2021 Internship Registration Opens – December 15, 2020 Once you have accepted an internship, start the registration process by completing the online Experience form for your 4, 3, 2, or zero credit internship.
Log into Handshake, enter Career Center (at top right corner), choose EXPERIENCES & click on Request an Experience.
You will need the following information when completing the Experience form;
- internship company/organization name, address, zip code, industry
- internship supervisor name, phone number and email address
- internship position (Job) title, department, start and end dates
- faculty internship advisor name and email address
- major or minor associated with internship
- number of credits
- compensation 🌎 Spring 2021 EXPERIENCE form 🌎 February 10, 2021 – Spring Registration Deadline
3 Steps to Complete an Internship
1. Internship Search
You may consider different career-building and credit-bearing experiences including;
☑️Traditional Internship – a project-oriented, semester-long, paid or unpaid experience (80-160 hrs. worked)
☑️Volunteer Experience – a project-oriented, semester-long, unpaid experience (80-160 hrs. worked)
☑️Micro-Internship – a project-oriented, less than a semester-long, paid or unpaid experience (less than 80 hrs. worked)
2. Internship Application
Learn about the steps to apply for internships.
Internship Application Checklist📋
3. Credit Internship Setup
Review the process to register for internship credits.
Internship Setup Checklist📋
Frequently Asked Questions
Find more answers to your internship questions.
Faculty Internship Advisor Information
Learn about the role of the Faculty Internship Advisor.
Faculty Internship Advisor Guide🎓
Internship Supervisor Information
Learn about the role of the Internship Supervisor.
Major-Specific Internship Information
See what is unique regarding internship requirements for your major.
Majors & Internships Handout🛤
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