An Academic Match for Your Internship Experience
Half of all college graduates report completing at least one internship during their time as students. This online course provides a way for UW students who have found exciting outside internships to earn academic credit in connection with their work experience.
What you will gain:
- Connect your workplace experience with the value of a liberal arts and science education
- Practice critical reading, writing, and observation skills
- Receive personalized support and feedback from faculty and staff
- Success strategies for building effective supervisor and employee relationships
A diverse variety of L&S professors teach this class over the course of the fall, spring, and summer terms.
Need help finding an internship…..come in a see us
We are now accepting enrollments for Spring 2018. All application materials are due Friday, February 2, 2018.
Instructions to apply for INTER-LS 260
- Secure an internship in the United States. If you will be interning in another county, you will need to enroll in the Worldwide Internship Program course.
- Fill out Course Registration & Internship Contract completely; agree to terms and conditions at the bottom.
- Submit a Position Description & Supervision Form to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Once you have submitted all required materials, the L&S Internship Coordinator will review them and email you when you have been authorized to enroll.
- Register for Inter-LS 260 via student center after you have received email authorization.
International Students Only
Steps to complete CPT Form:
- Part I & II – Student completes
- Part III – Employer completes
- Student sends CPT form with Parts I-III completed to email@example.com
- Part IV – Internship Coordinator completes and sends entire CPT form back to student
- Final step – student submits entire completed application to International Student Services
Complete applications must be submitted
What should I expect?
This UW online internship course (Inter-LS 260) includes weekly readings, weekly online writing assignments, and a final reflection paper. It is worth 1 credit, and students may repeat the course up to three times. Grading is on the standard A-F system.