Internships & Cooperative Education

Internships are experiential learning activities comprised of a three-way partnership between students, the university, and an employer.

These experiences permit students to enhance skills and knowledge obtained in the classroom, solidify career decisions, gain work experience and develop career related networks. Many of these experiences offer payment opportunities and/or academic credit.

The Office of Cooperative Education is located in Bernard Hall 318.

The Office of Cooperative Education:

  • connects students with access to internship opportunities
  • offers career coaching and professional job seeking skill development for all students and alumni

Internships – Student Information
Internships – Sponsor Information


Another alternative for building your resume is to consider micro-internships. These project-based opportunities range from 5 to 40 hours. Visit micro-internships to learn more and to see what opportunities are available to fit your schedule.