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Applying What You Know in Internships

Posted June 23, 2021

Stuck with your internship search? Not sure how to get started or where to look? Overwhelmed with the process?

Looking for an internship is easier with some guidance and support. Learn the nuts and bolts of finding a great internship in this new course at Metropolitan State University, Applying What You Know in Internships. Application of theory to practice. All are welcome to register for this new class. 

This lower division course draws from METR110 and METR100 to prepare students for potential internship opportunities. Through internships, students may earn credits by applying theories to practice, attain experiential learning that can also be listed on their resume, and in some cases, develop relationships that enhance civic engagement and lead to employment.

Fall Semester: METR 111 (1 credit), blended/hybrid format.

6–8 p.m., Tuesdays, Oct. 12 and 19, Nov. 9 and 16

Cost: $ 241

Register in eServices.

Instructors: Victor Cole, Community Engagement and Academic Internship Coordinator, and Bill Baldus, Career Center Director.

More: "Integrate academic and experiential learning with an internship." Read about Israel Gray ’21, who took full advantage of the opportunity to integrate academic and experiential learning through his internship at Peerless Plastics.