Seeking Academic Internships
Your first step in pursuing an academic internship is contacting the internship coordinator in your major. They will be able to tell you when the department offers academic internship courses, as well as what steps you may need to take to enroll, including application deadlines and internship requirements. Learn more.
Academic Internship Criteria
The internship experience must be an extension of the classroom: a learning experience applying the knowledge gained in the classroom. For more information on what is required for an internship, please use this Internship Criteria Guide .
Academic Internship Courses
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Although department deadlines may vary, here is a general timeframe and flowchart to give you an idea on when to begin working towards your academic internship in order to secure a space in your internship class. Learn more.
Seeking a Virtual/Remote Internship
Virtual internships are internships that are done online or remotely anytime of the year. This allows you to work on a global scale but stay local. You are placed with a company and report to a supervisor. You are in regular contact with that supervisor/team via virtual methods such as a video call, phone call, email and instant messenger. For more information regarding best practices here is a Virtual Internship Guide .
Securing an Internship
The Career Development Center offers a number of services to help you connect with employers and locate opportunities. After you've learned about what kinds of internship experiences are required for your academic internship course, visit the Career Development Center, or Quinlan's Career Services, to speak with a career advisor about your internship search.
Academic Internship Student Profiles
What have been the experiences of other students in academic internships? Check out some student profiles to give you an idea of what's in store for you in an academic internship course! Learn more.