An internship is a work-related learning experience for individuals who wish to develop hands-on work experience in a certain occupational field.
Employers looking to hire students for internships, check out our recruiting resources for more information.
SUMMER 2022 ELLER OPPORTUNITIES:
- Eller Business Careers Institute (EBCI) – 4 weeks, June 6 - July 1
Free for Pre-Business, Pre-Economics, Business Majors and BA Economics students (Main campus and online students welcome)
Commit 5–10 hours per week. A combination of working on your own plus 1–2 hours per week of real-time virtual meetings.
Register for Summer 2022 on Handshake
- Tech Core Internship – 10 weeks [2022 Internship recruitment is complete]
Applied learning experience open to students of all majors, both at the undergrad and graduate level, passionate about technology and digital transformation.
Technology-focused curriculum and projects in one of four areas (Web Development, Data Science/Visualization, Adobe Creative Cloud or Emerging Technology)
Free program, with commitment of 13 hours per week.
More information and application: Eller Tech Core
Most internships are temporary assignments that last approximately three months up to a year.
An internship is any career-related experience that enhances a student's understanding of his or her career field of choice while offering a directed learning component to the experience. All majors are strongly encouraged to gain career experience in their field of interest prior to graduation.
The internship may or may not be for academic credit (that is strictly determined by each academic department—see your advisor). Some internships are paid and some are not. Some are full-time positions for a semester, two semesters or even a full year, while others are part-time and take place concurrently while the student is enrolled in other classes.
Internship Search Strategies
- How can I find a valuable internship experience?
- What campus resources are available to me?
- What is the Eller Career News?
- What online resources are available to me?
- How can student organizations help me get an internship?
- View information about internship search strategies
Internship Housing Guide
Once you've found an internship, you should start thinking about a place to live and associated costs. You can use the worksheet below as a resource and basis for planning.
Earn Academic Credit for your Internship
- Can I earn academic credit for my internship?
- Why should I earn academic credit for my internship?
- How do I apply for internship credit?
- What kind of academic responsibilities are associated with internship credit?
- What are the steps for internship credit approval?
- View information about earning internship credit