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Internships

Internship Learning Module

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INTERNSHIPS
HOW TO FIND An INTERNSHIP
IDEAL INTERNSHIP is interest/career related
Internship
ELEMENTS
Here's a quick recap of the key goals you need to keep in mind in order to have a successful internship search experience.
Define your internship goals
Ask your peers, family, friends, and even your current employer
There is only ONE goal for this learning module ...
to help you find an internship!
But before we go into how, let’s learn a little more about internships.

Check With Academic Adviser
or Campus Internship Coordinator
HOW TO FIND A INTERNSHIP
Types of Internships

An Ideal INTERNSHIP??
Primary INTERNSHIP Benefit...
A Possible INTERNSHIP Perk
Internships are one of the best ways for students to gain work experience. It allows you to get a foot in the door and gives you insight into a possible career.

Paid


Unpaid


Academic

In general, there are basically 3 types of internships or a combination thereof:


One that pays AND grants
academic credit.
Usually, the majority of internships are unpaid. If you are a
financial aid federal college work study recipient
, then selected internships may provide eligible organizations a 50% federal subsidy in terms of paying your salary.

In other words, you could be a potential asset for some deserving, eligible organization, business, or government agency. Check with your Campus College Work Study Coordinator.
In an ideal world, you would like to get a
paid
internship, but that may not always be possible.
Remember, the primary reason to participate in an internship is to gain…
Real Work Experience
WHO SHOULD DO INTERNSHIPS?
WHO SHOULD DO INTERNSHIPS?
WHO SHOULD DO INTERNSHIPS?
WHO SHOULD DO INTERNSHIPS?
Almost anyone can participate in an internship experience. If you are a four year undergraduate college student, you should begin looking for an internship at the end of your Freshman year.
HOW TO FIND THE INTERNSHIP...
HOW DO YOU FIND THE INTERNSHIP?
FINDING "THE" INTERNSHIP
Once you define your internship goals and areas of interest, then you can begin the process of searching for internship opportunities.

Use the following Internship Planning outline to begin crafting your internship strategy plan.
PLANNING YOUR INTERNSHIP STRATEGY
PLANNING YOUR INTERNSHIP STRATEGY
PLANNING YOUR INTERNSHIP STRATEGY
Step 1:
Make an appointment with your academic adviser and/or campus internship coordinator to assist you in finding an internship placement.
Step 2:
Use the internship search sites provided in the MyCCR Resource Directory to begin your exploration:
Once you completed the above steps, then review your information and plan your next steps accordingly.
Step 3.
Don't forget to ask your peers, family, and friends about potential internship opportunities.
Now What?
...
Review and follow the tips listed in our Internship Strategy Guide;
Establish initial and follow-up appointments with your Campus Internship Coordinator;
Explore internship websites and videos listed in the Internship Section of our MyCCR Resource Guide;
Rehearse your internship interview techniques;
Think about becoming a member of the MyCCR community;
And, Good Luck with Your Internship Experiences!
If you are working 30-40 hours a week and attending college part time, you can investigate the availability of day, evening, and/or weekend internships or see if your present job can qualify for as an internship experience.
For details on internship opportunities, you should check in with your academic adviser and your campus internship coordinator as well as your current employer, if applicable.
Don't forget to attend campus job fairs for potential internship opportunities!
Buyer Beware
Remember - Internships can provide a meaningful Work Experience...
and then again, some may not...so choose wisely!
An Internship
Find out if your campus sponsors internship seminars, workshops, or career fairs.
Planning Your Internship Strategy
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