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Getting an internship is like getting a job. So...
If you need an internship position ...
to determine availability of potential positions.
Submit a resume for review and critique.
If you have already identified a potential internship position ...
to determine that the site and position offer appropriate experience in your field of study.
Obtain a copy of the appropriate
Internship Learning Agreement
Meet with your internship site supervisor to determine your learning objectives. Your supervisor may NOT be a relative.
Learning Agreement Form
, including your signature and your supervisor's signature.
Submit the Learning Agreement Form to your designated Faculty Coordinator. School of Business majors must identify their own Faculty Coordinators.
After the Faculty Coordinator approves the learning objectives and signs the Learning Agreement Form, return the form to Career Services.
Remember to register for the appropriate internship course. School of Business students must be registered by a faculty or staff member.