The Career Development Office at Benedictine University receives calls from employers offering internships on a daily basis. All internships are posted on the College Central Network.
The Illinois Small College Placement, a consortium of 25 small liberal arts colleges, also receive internships. All internships are posted on the ISCPA Online Career Center. You need to submit a resume and create a user name and password. Don't miss out on this valuable resource. The Career Development Center offers assistance with locating internship sites (graduate students need to see graduate program advisor).
How to Register for an Internship
Procedures for obtaining an internship:
Obtaining Academic Credit
All students have the option of registering and receiving academic credit for their internship experience. Credit is awarded in the ratio of one semester hour per every 50 hours worked on site and may range anywhere from two to six credit hours. However, six is the maximum amount of internship credit that may be counted toward graduation requirements. To obtain academic credit, students are expected to:
Qualifications of Interns
All prospective interns have completed a significant amount of coursework and have the academic foundation needed to make a positive contribution to any company or
organization. To qualify for participation in Benedictine’s internship program, a student must: