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​​​Finding an Internship

Request an appointment with Michael Elias at Alternatively, you can take advantage of the Career Center’s walk-in service, which provides resume and cover letter reviews with no appointment necessary. Finally, you can email your resume and/or cover letter directly to peer advisors at for electronic feedback. 
Request an appointment with Michael Elias at If not, sign up for an orientation workshop under Undergraduate Program or Graduate Program

Ideally, you should attend an orientation workshop and begin looking for internships one or two quarters before you want to start working in an internship. 
We do not offer direct placement. Rather, we provide you with resources to help you find the best internship for you. The first step is to attend an orientation workshop. Orientation dates for the current quarter are under Undergraduate Program or Graduate Program.  
As long as the internship meets the program’s Internship Position Standards you can apply for internship credit. Follow the steps at How to Apply for Internship Credit