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What is an internship?
An internship is a valuable, on-site work experience directly related to your career interests and major field of study. It allows you learn about the demands and requirements of a profession and industry under the direction of intentional learning goals. An internship can be paid, un-paid, or taken for academic credit, and can take place during the academic semester or in the summer.
Why Should I Intern?
- Gain practical experience and develop marketable job skills in your chosen career field
- Clarify your personal career goals and work-place preferences
- Interact with qualified and experienced professionals in your field
- Apply skills and knowledge learned in the classroom to on-the-job experiences
- Make important contacts in the professional world that may lead to future job offers
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Internship for Academic Credit
What is an academic internship?
Academic internships earn academic credit while career internships do not earn academic credit. Internships which are taken for academic credit require tuition payment in the same way as any course. There is no charge for internships not taken for academic credit. Hoping to receive academic credit for an internship? Visit the Institute for Civic and Community Engagement website to learn more.