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Writing Learning Goals for Your Academic Internship
Your internship experience should be organized around your learning and development. You can utilize the following resources as a supplement to the guidance your course instructor and internship supervisor provide through your internship experience:
Step 1: Download and review the Learning Objectives Guide on crafting tangible yet challenging internship learning goals and objectives.
Step 2: Use the above Learning Objective Guide to draft three to five learning goals, considering a variety of domains and dimensions.
Step 3: Share your learning objectives with your course instructor and internship supervisor through a learning agreement: Academic Internship Manual for Students 2022-2023
Step 4: Complete your Engaged Learning LOCUS entry, including your learning objectives: LOCUS Student Engaged Learning Tutorial. Here is a PowerPoint of the instructions on Entering Engaged Learning into LOCUS, for those that would like a more step by step view vs. a video.
Revisit your learning objectives throughout your internship experience to gauge your progress and growth.