Internship and Job Opportunities for Students in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
An academic internship is a form of experiential education that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skill development in a professional setting. Students earn academic credit, or there is some other connection to a degree-granting, educational institution. This work/learning arrangement is overseen by a faculty or staff member of an educational institution and by a designated employee of an organization. The internship is usually the length or equivalent of an academic term, may be part-time or full-time, paid or unpaid. An integral component of the experience that distinguishes it from other types of work is one or more forms of structured and deliberate reflection contained within learning agendas or objectives. Find out more using the following internship resources.
For specific CEAS internship postings please visit the CEAS blackboard page, CEAS Facebook Page , the CEAS Undergraduate Student Office, or the Career Center at the base of the Zebra Path. To search for internships and other job opportunities, you should also register with Handshake.
Both the Undergraduate Student Office in CEAS and the Career Center offer resume review services. Please visit the Undergraduate Student Office in room 231 of the Engineering Building for more information.