Gaining work experience while you’re a student is an essential aspect of preparing to land a permanent position. Internships are one of the best ways to gain experience. View internship opportunities in Handshake. Indiana INTERN.net is also an excellent source of current internship openings around the state.
Keep in mind:
|1. Get approval from your academic department prior to beginning the internship|
|2. Be prepared to complete academic work, such as a journal, and submit it at the end of the internship|
|3. All internships must have an on-campus supervisor, either in your department or the Career Center|
How to Find an Internship
An effective way to learn about internships is through the Career Center's online resources and to meet with a Career Center staff member.
Additionally, our Library offers a wealth of print materials, and we’re available to help guide you through the binders, texts and other materials.
Staff members are also available for one-on-one appointments to work through the phases associated with finding an internship—from brainstorming ideas, to contacting employers, to filling out paperwork, to completing an evaluation.
Engineering Internship Guidelines
If you’re in the College of Engineering and are planning to do an internship, click here for the forms you’ll need to complete, and contact your academic advisor if you are interested in academic credit.