Internships are another increasingly common form of experiential learning. The idea is to provide students with direct experience in a work setting—usually related to their career interests—and to give them the benefit of supervision and coaching from professionals in the field. If the internship is taken for course credit, students complete a project or paper that is approved by a faculty member.
Although many students do internships on their own and not for credit, the office that coordinates for credit internships is:
Career Services (Jo Ann Ryan, Bouillon 206, #2405, firstname.lastname@example.org)