A number of internships are completed within the nonprofit or civic/government sectors. 

The internship is a work or volunteer experience in the context of an independent academic investigation of site-related issues and personal aptitudes, values and goals. The one-credit internship includes a minimum of 140 hours of on-site experience and a journal and a paper which may include research or readings concerning the organization and its field or industry.

  • The details of the academic component are determined in conjunction with the faculty internship advisor prior to the start of the internship.
  • Students must demonstrate preparedness for the internship through pre-practicum workshops or other means, as determined by C3 and/or the department.

If you’d like to discuss internships in greater depth, please make an appointment with a C3 representative below.