Internships

An internship is a part-time or temporary job (both paid or unpaid) which includes learning or educational components. “Internships” have learning outcomes.

Employers benefit from interns because bright and eager college students help their business succeed. Students benefit because they learn professional skills they will use in their future careers.

Online internship listings

Online internship listings

JobCat – Willamette’s job listing resource

Online listings – several pages of links. Look for the internships page

Internship Connections

Internship Connections

Alumni – connect with alumni and parents.

Networking strategies – a tutorial

Switchboard – easy way to find options.

Internships for Academic Credit

Internships for Academic Credit

Academic credit guidelines - Read through these guidelines if you want academic credit for your internship

Internship Programs

Internship Programs

Willamette Donor Sponsored Internship Funds

Grants, fellowships, and awards - the office for Student Academic Grants and Awards provides support for many opportunities

Passport to Professionalism

Passport to Professionalism

This is Willamette’s national award-winning internship training program. Employers and students love the easy-to-use assignments that provide guidance and mentoring. It is often used for internships for academic credit.

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