How do I enroll for an internship course?

  • Stop by the the Global Education Office to set up an appointment to meet with your Intern Instructor. Your Intern Instructor will be assigned to you when you set up your initial appointment.  Prior to the enrollment deadline for these internship courses, you must meet all departmental requirements and procedures (see next bullet) and have met with your Intern Instructor.
  • Make sure you have met with any departmental requirements. (For example, Graphic Design students need to make an appointment to fill out an Intent to Intern form with the faculty member to obtain his signature of approval. Students need to bring these forms to the Global Education Office when making their Intake Interview Appointment along with the Conditions and Responsibilities form  and the Self-Assessment form , which are available on the forms page.
  • You must bring the following signed forms with you to the intake appointment. If you do not have the form with you when you arrive, you will not be allowed to meet for your initial intake appointment.
  • You must also bring a copy of your professional resume (a resume that is in its final form). If you need help with your resume stop by the the Global Education Office Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. (no appointment necessary). Bring a typed draft of your resume and an advisor will critique your resume.

If you do not have the forms and a copy of your resume with you when you arrive, you will not be allowed to meet for your initial Intern Instructor meeting.

Intern Profiles

Emily Randall

Emily Randall

English Writing

Beacon Press, Boston, MA

Technology has changed the way we communicate as a community and a culture.  This summer I had the privilege to internship at Beacon Press, a publishing company that has been around for over 150 years. This internship fit my major well, because it combined my disciplines of English and Business…using them to reach people with social media, working with