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!
Pinterest is seeking a Software Engineering Intern for Summer 2014!
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