A student must obtain an internship offer from a company, an institution, an organization, or a governmental agency before enrolling in the Internship course. It is essential that the student's work be related to and complementary to his or her formal education. An internship offer letter should include several important details about the position, including:
Name of the company.
Dates the internship program will begin and end.
Expected work schedule during the internship program.
The evaluation process of the assignments
Details about whether the position will be paid or unpaid (we strongly recommend that the position will be paid as a way to be assessed internally).
Legal disclosures, such as non-compete and nondisclosure agreements.
Name of the supervisor or manager who will oversee the position and his/her contact.
Acceptance statement and signature section with a response deadline.
After being approved by the CPT coordinator, you may complete the CPT form with the International Office ( International Student & Scholar Portal and in the Request Center, complete the Curricular Practical Training Request).