Introducing the EL Internship ProgramDo you have an internship that aligns with your major and would like to see if it can meet your EL requirement?
The EL Internship Program is an approved EL non-credit activity that when successfully completed enables students meet their Experiential Learning graduation requirement. Internships empower students to explore their career interests, develop a work history, demonstrate a marketable skill set, and build a professional network where they acquire valuable references. The EL Internship Program provides a framework so students can recognize the critical skills and competencies they are gaining during their work experience. Approved internships provide students with practical and applied opportunities that enable them to gain valuable hands on experience, connect their academic foundations to experiences beyond the classroom, and develop effective time management, communication, and creative problem solving skills.
The EL Internship Program requires an application process and once accepted to the program consists of 6 modules on eLC. The modules include assignments, videos, and critical reflections that enable the student to identify skills and competencies employers are looking for in college students and the enhance the ones they are developing while completing their internship. In addition to the modules on eLC the intern will receive regular feedback and have an exit interview with their site supervisor.
- Secure an internship that aligns with your major.
- Internships with for profit companies must be paid.
- Must be in good academic standing.
- Work at least 45 hours over a minimum of 6 weeks.
If you are interested in the EL Internship Program and you meet the above minimum requirements please email Karen Saunders, Internship Programs Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time to discuss your internship, the application process, and what is required from your employer. The approval process can take several weeks to complete, so it is recommended you reach out as soon as you have been offered the internship.