Student Information on Internships
An internship is a for-credit academic course that is supervised by a faculty member. Internships give you an edge in the job market and prepare you for the workforce. They build resumes while exposing you to real-world problems and issues. Internships also allow you to "test-drive" a career and cultivate flexibility and creativity, and help you gain confidence. Learn the step-by-step process for finding the internship that is right for you.
Cal U students intern at diverse locations throughout the world, such as the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C.; "Late Show with David Letterman," New York; and Junior Professional Golf Association, Bhutan. Hear from a few of Cal U's student interns.
Stop by the Internship Center in Eberly Science and Technology Center, Room 230, or contact Tracie Beck, Director, at 724-938-1578 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hot Internship of the Week!
Gettysburg Convention and Visitors Bureau is seeking a Media Relations Intern for the Fall 2012 Semester.
To learn more about this position, please visit Cal U's InternLink site.
Not registered on InternLink? Stop by the Internship Center and create a username and password