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Interdisciplinary Studies

IDS 194 Insight Internship (1-4)

Internships provide opportunities for students to work in a for profit company, a government office or agency, a non-profit organization, or even within an on-campus program. Internships for credit require that students set learning objectives that are related to vocation discernment; information, theories, and processes specifically related to the internship; and transferable job skills. In addition to the work of the internship itself, students will complete regular written reflections about what they are learning and complete a final report. Internships are completed during the Fall, Spring, or Summer months.

  • Offering: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Instructor: Scotese

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