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Host Organizations and Site Supervisors

An Internship is a Partnership

  •  Between the faculty moderator, site supervisor and the student intern. 
  •  An internship for credit is a structured, supervised experience that combines academic learning and career exploration in a professional work environment.
  •  Students gain hands-on experience, learn new skills, explore a profession, apply and test theories and methods learned in the classroom, and develop a working knowledge of the organization's structure and operations.

Benefits to your Organization

  • Access to students with special skills and knowledge.
  • The opportunity to train new professional in your field and develop a pool of potential employees.
  • Assistance with special projects or a fresh perspective for on-going projects.
  • An opportunity to develop supervisory skills for your current staff.
  • A mutually beneficial partnership between your organization and CSB/SJU.
  • A walking billboard for your organization! When interns have a positive learning experience, they are enthusiastic spokespersons for the host organization.

The Role of the Experiential Learning & Community Engagement Staff

The ELCE staff acts as a liaison between the student, college faculty, and the organization providing the internship experience. This involves monitoring the intern's progress, providing information, and receiving feedback from you!

Contact Us

Laura Hammond

Internship Office Student Employee

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