A: Look for an internship that exposes you to career-related skills.
A: No. It can be in any area that happens to interest you.
A: Aim for 150-200 hours.
A: Yes, as long as you have enough hours.
A: First, confer with the Renaissance Program director about your planned internship. Then, sign up for IDSC 330, the free, no credit internship "course". Finally, download an Application for Internship Credit and submit the completed form to the Renaissance Program office or UST Mail #JRC 333.
Forms may also be obtained from the Renaissance Program office. Once the internship is approved, you will receive a grade of "S".
A: Register for IDSC 330 the next semester and submit the application for internship credit form by mid-semester.
A: Assistance is available from the UST Career Development Center located on the first floor of Murray-Herrick Center. Students may also arrange internships individually.
A: Yes. If you are fortunate enough to find an internship that trains and pays.
A: Yes, provided that it meets the minimum number of hours and shows that career-related training has taken place.
A: Yes, as long as your internship fits the terms above.