Career Services: Internships - Faculty
Faculty members play an invaluable role to a student intern as a connector, resource and advisor during an internship search and experience.
Students who are searching for internships will ask faculty members for advice on professionals to reach out to or open internship opportunities to explore. Faculty members play a key role in communicating experiential learning opportunities to students, while ensuring that these opportunities are valuable learning experiences.
Faculty members who are serving as an advisor in an internship for credit are involved with monitoring and supervising the intern which is an essential part of the learning experience itself.
Career Services has resources and recommendations regarding internship opportunities and student development below. Faculty are encouraged to reach out to Amanda Wheaton, the Internship & Engagement Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503 943-7201.
What is an Internship
Student guidance for securing an internship
Can faculty pre-screen internship candidates for an employer – NACE
NACE Principles for Professional Practice
Faculty Log in info for UP’s College Central Network
Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs under The Fair Labor Standards Act CAS Academic Internship for Credit process - Start to Finish
CAS Internships for Academic Credit Manual 2014-15
CAS Internship for Academic Credit Learning Agreement
Intern Development Stages
Intern development and meeting topics for faculty advisor
NACE Legal Considerations Surrounding Internships
Unique UP Internships & Experiential Education
Faith Based Leadership Program
Interns for Justice: Moreau Center for Service & Leadership
NOYCE: The Noyce Scholars and Interns Program
Northwest Undergraduate Conference on Literature (NUCL)
Research experiences in Science at UP
Shiley School of Engineering: Sophomore Externships
Study Abroad experiences
Athletic Performance Internship: UP Athletics
East Africa Internship Program: Moreau Center for Service & Leadership