Read Internship Spotlights on CESblogs for a sampling of Logger experiences.
Whether it is paid, unpaid, for credit or not, an internship can provide a different sort of classroom for expanding your learning. Internships can help you explore and test hunches about career fields, build your resume, and launch your career.
Finding an Internship
Seeking an internship requires much of the same kind of preparation as any job search. There are several Puget Sound resources that provide a great place to start your search for an internship placement. Remember to start your search early, especially if you hope to enroll for academic credit. Arrangements should be made during the months prior to the semester or summer in which you plan to enroll.
Access thousands of internships across the country (InternshipLink) and around the world (My World Abroad).
Search the ASK Network to identify alumni in career fields or in geographic locations that interest you. Alumni in the ASK Network may be able to share useful information about their own internship experiences, or point you to internship programs in their organization.
Puget Sound students can formally link a work experience to the curriculum for academic credit (tuition and fees apply) through a Faculty Sponsored Internship. You must be at least a sophomore to enroll.
The Co-operative Education program allows students to gain preprofessional experience through off-campus employment while earning between .25 and 1.0 activity credits (tuition and fees apply). You must be at least a sophomore to be eligible for cooperative education credit.
Puget Sound students have access to thousands of internships through Career and Employment Services’ InternshipLink.