From how to prepare and apply to how to earn academic credit, everything you need to know to land the perfect internship.
What is an internship? An internship is a major and/or career-related work experience with a company or organization usually lasting one (1) semester. Internships are different from regular part-time jobs in that an internship must offer, as a primary focus, meaningful exposure to a professional, college-level career field. Students from of all class years (First-year, Sophomore, Junior, Senior) can participate in internship experiences. An internship can be paid or unpaid, for academic credit or not-for-credit. Internships are typically part-time during the academic year (approx. 12-15 hrs/week) and can be part-time or full-time during the summer.
Why should I do an internship? Career Services recommends that students participate in at least two (2) internships, one (1) before the end of their junior year, while they are at Rollins, so they can
To learn more, make plans to attend the next Internship Planning Workshop! For a complete schedule of dates and times, please visit the Career Services Calendar or check the weekly CareerQuest E-newsletter.