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In the Academic Internship Program, students can earn 2, 3, or 4 credit hours at the 300 level by completing an Internship80 - 160 hour internship and a comprehensive internship course.  In order to be eligible for Rollins’ AIP, a student must have earned a minimum of 30 semester hours of credit, and is not on academic or judicial probation during the semester in which they are enrolled for the internship.  In addition, a student can only apply a maximum of 12 semester hours of internship credit towards graduation. 


The student is responsible for obtaining their own internship.  Students are strongly encouraged to visit the Office of Career Services for advisement on securing an internship (i.e. internship search, resume writing, interviewing, etc).  The Office of Career Services has several resources for finding an internship, which includes the Foxlink database with over 400 local internship opportunities.