Internships are structured learning experiences in a professional environment that can supplement your classroom learning and provide you with an avenue to explore career opportunities. Internships come in a variety of forms, including paid, academic credit, volunteer, part-time or full-time, summer or during the academic year. The experience you gain by completing one or more internships may help you establish valuable networking opportunities, enhance your resume, and increase your professional skills and knowledge.

The Career Center staff and resources are available to help you identify opportunities and develop your internship search materials.

  • eCareerCenter
  • Career Resources
  • Resume and Cover Letter
  • Networking Resources
  • Recruiting Program
PLEASE NOTE: If you are interested in receiving academic credit for an internship, consult with your academic advisor or department’s internship/field placement coordinator.

Internship Resources