Career Development provides students with networking assistance and internship postings. In order to seek assistance with your internship search, you must agree and adhere to the following rules and procedures:
1. You must create a professional résumé and have it reviewed by Career Development. If you do not yet have a résumé, please click here to download our guide, and then come back to this form when you have a complete and reviewed document.
2. While Career Development may provide lists of possible internship sites or connections to possible employers in the community, it is ultimately up to you, the student, to apply to and get an internship.
3. Career Development is unable to make any promises regarding pay for internships. While we encourage all employers, especially for-profit companies, to follow minimum wage laws, we cannot dictate terms to employers.
4. All students who utilize Career Development for assistance for finding an internship agree to abide by the following Student Conduct Policy when at their internship site: