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Gain the necessary real-world experience you need to enter the workforce through an internship.

Students in Information Technology, Computer Science, Archival Studies, and Secondary Mathematics Teaching are highly encouraged to take part in these opportunities.

Completing an internship

To complete an internship, you will need to complete the following:

  1. Internship Learning Agreement (ILA). The ILA is essentially a contract between you, your internship supervisor, and Clayton State University. It must be signed by you and your site supervisor before submitting. Access the agreement form.
  2. Learning Objectives. This document should contain at least three (3) learning objectives. These describe what you are going to be able to learn by participating in this internship. There are guidelines and a sample to help you when writing this document, but here are a few things to keep in mind:
    • Be sure to work on these with your site supervisor as they can help you figure out what you will learn from this experience. 
    • Keep your learning objectives professional; that is, well organized and free of spelling and/or grammatical errors. 
    • A good rule of thumb is that if you wouldn't want to submit this document to your supervisor, then don't submit it to the faculty coordinator. 
    • Make sure you look over them before you submit to the faculty coordinator. The ILA will not be approved by the faculty coordinator until these are correct.
  3. A copy of your resume.

Eligibility requirements

Students must meet the following requirements to be eligible for an internship opportunity:

Students must take one of the following courses to complete an internship:

ITFN 4014 ITFN 3003 with a minimum grade of C ITFN 3144 with a minimum grade of C

CSCI 4370 CSCI 3300 with a minimum grade of C



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Ms. Jillian Jones
Lecturer of Computer Science & Information Technology