Arts and Science
Think about internships your sophomore year. Discuss it with your academic advisor and faculty in your major. Schedule an appointment with Student Professional Development Center professional, who can empower you to find internships in any field, help you craft a resume, cover letter, and fill out internship applications.
After applying for internships, interviewing, and landing one, you will register the internship for credit
- You need to procure a faculty mentor, agreeable to monitoring your internship, assign homework, and give you a letter grade.
- Let your faculty mentor know what you hope to learn from the internship experience, what do you want to achieve? What are your goals and objectives? What responsibilities will you have?
- Obtain the course number from your faculty mentor
- Use Firefox when registering
- Fill in all the fields marked with an asterisk*
Select register for Internship Credit.
Select the term Winter 2015, Spring 2015
- Enter the position information
- Enter your goals, objectives, and duties
- Save your work. Debby Wall, Director of Internships, 336.278.6538 can edit your registration once saved.
Your registration is processed by your faculty mentor, academic advisor, the registrar, and bursar before it appears on Ontrack.
An internship is a course for credit; tuition charges apply.