Student Employment Guide for Students:
Internships are developed to help student's gain experience and apply their academic learning. In order for a work experience to be considered an internship, a contract must be established listing the student's learning objectives and the employer's expectations. Not all internships involve wages, although some formal programs pay very well. If academic credits are earned for an internship, the student must make arrangements with the academic department. Contact the Career Services Center, Old Main 280, and 650-3240, for additional information about internships.