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Academic Internship Info Sessions

    • Tuesday, September 12
      Noon – 1 pm
    • Monday, September 25
      5 pm – 6 pm
    • Tuesday, October 10
      Noon – 1 pm
    • Monday, October 23
      5 pm – 6 pm
    • Tuesday, November 14
      Noon – 1 pm
    • Monday, November 27
      5 pm – 6 pm
    • Tuesday, December 12
      Noon – 1 pm
  • Online event

An academic internship is one of Metro State University's creative learning strategies available to students. It is a structured, credit-bearing field experience in which a student acquires and applies knowledge and skills, while working in a responsible role within a community, business, or government setting.

Attend a virtual information session, hosted via Zoom.

Students choose internships for a variety of reasons including an interest in service-learning, citizenship, and community; for developing careers, networking, and obtaining job recommendations; and to bridge the gap between school and work. Internships also fulfill general education requirements and, in some cases, elective credits.

Get answers to internship-related questions, such as:

  • What are the benefits of an academic Internship?
  • How do I find one related to my program?
  • When do I start searching?
  • What is the process once I find one?
  • What resources are available?

Can’t make this date? Internship Info Sessions will be hosted twice a month when classes are in session. Sessions are hosted on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at Noon and the 4th Monday of each month at 5pm.

Questions or concerns can be sent to Emily Johnson at
These information sessions will not be recorded.