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Laura Hammond
320-363-5300

Internship Office Student Employee
320-363-5256

Featured Intern

KeAve

During her time as intern at the Roosevelt Boys and Girls Club, KeAve Taylor created the first girls basketball team in the program’s history. Along with her effort to arrange and form the new girls’ basketball program, KeAve also took it upon herself to coach the team. Along with the day-to-day duties of her internship, KeAve led weekly practices and scheduled competitions for the team through a number of tournaments throughout the season. These allowed the players to interact with other teams while learning the importance of sportsmanship and discipline. Read more.

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Internship Program

The CSB/SJU internship experience is a form of experiential education that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skill development in a professional setting.

  • Internships generally run 10-20 hours per week over a 16-week semester or 12 weeks over the summer
  • During the academic year, students typically participate in internships part time while taking classes
  • Full-time internships are possible, especially during the summer
  • Students seek local, national and international internships within organizations of all sizes, industries and types
  • Internships can be paid or not paid, for credit or no credit
  • Academic (for credit) internships are a three-way partnership between the educational instruction, the host organization, and the student interns

 

Steps to follow

1. Search
for an internship.

2. Secure
an internship.

3. Find
and meet with your faculty moderator.

4. Complete
the internship registration form.

5. Attend
a Legal and Professional Issues session.

6. Engage
in the internship.

7. Complete
required reports/site visit.

Call the internship office at any time to meet with someone one-on-one.

Contact Us

Laura Hammond
320-363-5300

Internship Office Student Employee
320-363-5256

Featured Intern

KeAve

During her time as intern at the Roosevelt Boys and Girls Club, KeAve Taylor created the first girls basketball team in the program’s history. Along with her effort to arrange and form the new girls’ basketball program, KeAve also took it upon herself to coach the team. Along with the day-to-day duties of her internship, KeAve led weekly practices and scheduled competitions for the team through a number of tournaments throughout the season. These allowed the players to interact with other teams while learning the importance of sportsmanship and discipline. Read more.

Hear from more interns.