Internships, externships and field experiences can provide a depth of knowledge regarding your particular major or area of study. You can gain valuable skills and knowledge in a work environment which will better prepare you for future employment. Opportunities such as these can be paid or voluntary depending on the particular organization and your own personal needs.
The following information will help provide you with some guidance in things to consider when looking for an opportunity. It is a guideline and by no means guarantees your success. Locating an internship, externship or field experience is much like attending class. Each class session builds on the information learned in the previous session. So, when looking, you should strongly consider each of the following points prior to jumping into the search process. You will need to make a commitment each day or week to locating an opportunity as it takes time and sometimes a lot of patience.
For Credit internships are available by contacting:
George Seyk,Internship Coordinator