The Process

  1. Students need to meet with Trish McMichael, Internship Coordinator, to make arrangements.
  2. Typically, the student interviews at the potential placement site to confirm the internship.
  3. Registration for internship is done with Trish McMichael and a signature from either her or an instructor is required.
  4. Additional forms needed to complete the process include; the Approval, Agreement and Objective form, Statement of Confidentiality form, Supervisor and Student Evaluation reports and the Student Monthly Production sheets. These are available from the Internship Office.
  5. One credit equals 30 to 33 hours, depending on degree program, a term at the internship host site. Most employers expect 3 credit, 90/99 hours a term. This typically means a student can expect to spend 12 hours a week at the internship site for that term. 
  6. NOTE: Internships need a least a month a month or more to establish. Please contact the Internship Coordinator with this timeline in mind. 

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