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Internship Information Sessions and Forms

Information sessions are generally held monthly by the internship staff. The session includes information about policies and procedures, strategies for locating internship sites, and Instructions on Completing the Internship Agreement. To reserve a place at one of the sessions, call the Institute for Community Engagement and Scholarship at 651-793-1285. Although there is no fee, pre-registration is required. Sessions with low enrollment may be cancelled and registrants will be notified. Students unable to attend one of the sessions may make an individual appointment with the internship program staff.

Intern's Role

The specific roles and responsibilities of a student intern are negotiated between the student and her/his onsite supervisor/evaluator at the beginning of the internship and should be clearly stated on the Internship Agreement. In addition, student responsibilities include:

  • attending an internship information session (this is optional);
  • contacting the Institute for Community Engagement and Scholarship for a student information packet;
  • attaining an internship site;
  • reading, following and incorporating the appropriate College and Department Guidelines when completing the Internship Agreement;
  • completing and submitting an Internship Agreement to the Internship Office by the timeline indicated in the appropriate college/department guidelines;
  • registering for the internship within the semester it is approved;
  • being aware of any financial aid, graduation, registration or other deadlines s/he may have; and planning accordingly for approval, registration and completion of the internship;
  • attending any required college/department Internship Group Meetings;
  • submitting any deliverables required by the college/department;
  • notifying the Internship Office (651-793-1285 or community.engagement@metrostate.edu) if there is a problem or concern with the internship and/or site; and
  • reporting any concerns that may violate affirmative action/equal opportunity or sexual harassment laws to the on-site supervisor/evaluator (if appropriate) and/or the Internship Office (651-793-1285 or community.engagement@metrostate.edu) immediately.

Internship Agreement Form and Instructions
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Instructions for Completing the Internship Agreement Download 
(Note: An Internship Agreement is not required for Group Internships.)  
How to Write a Competence Statement
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Student Process Checklist
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