English internship credit is given for a professionalizing experience that allows students to use communication, research, collaborative, and/or analytical skills they have gaied at the University in professional projects and assignments that will prepare them for post-graduation opportunities.
Last a minimum of 8 weeks (consideration may be given for Spring or Summer internships)
Provide a minimum of 126 hours of on-internship work
Provide on-site supervision and mentoring by a professional in the industry
Receive pre-approval from the department internship coordinator
According to University Internship Policy, the following experiences do NOT qualify for internship credit:
Work for immediate family members or for other students
Virtual or remote work experiences
Students must be ENROLLED in an on-internship course to receive internship/English + credit.
You may can find current internship openings here, learn about other internship programs here, or find your own experience that meets the qualifications listed above.