Internships for Undergraduates
An internship is a supplemental educational opportunity to explore career options and develop skills related to your undergraduate major in a work or work-related setting. Internships are generally offered on an unpaid or volunteer basis.
As you investigate internships, keep in mind that you are also interviewing the sponsoring agency. It's important to find out whether the internship opportunity is right for you:
- Ask yourself if the placement would give you the kind of experience you’re looking for.
- Talk with the sponsor about your goals and interests. You may want to interview with more than one agency so that you can compare their merits.
Searching for Internships
Jobs, Internships, Opportunities
Academic Advising's Jobs, Internships, Opportunities blog is a curated collection of local and national opportunities. These positions often fill quickly, but by browsing the posts you’ll get a sense of the possibilities for internships in art- or design-related fields.
Earning Credit For An Internship
In order to receive academic credit for an internship, you must first secure the internship and make arrangements with your faculty sponsor prior to registration.
- For Art and Art History undergraduates, start by downloading the Internship Credit Form (PDF)
- For Design undergraduates, begin with the Design Internship Guidelines