Internships are an excellent way to gain hands-on experience and develop new and rekindle old skills. They can also improve your chances of finding related employment. They provide a way for you to network under the guidance and mentorship of an information professional.
How can you find an internship?
- Work with your academic advisor to locate potential organizations in your specialization and location that will allow you the best experience.
- You can also peruse this internship portal to find new opportunities that match your learning objectives.
- If you are looking for an internship that will count as graduate credit toward your degree, please contact your academic advisor during the semester before you intend to enroll in the internship. This will allow you plenty of time to discuss the requirements and deadlines. It is advised to do this before contacting the site to ensure that an internship opportunity will qualify for your degree program.