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Internships

CP&D Deadline for Summer 2019 Internships: June 3, 2019*

CP&D Deadline for Fall 2019 Internships: August 19, 2019*

*For late registration dates, see the Academic Calendar or contact Lisa Tessier at ltessier@drury.edu.


What is an internship and why do one?

An internship is a supervised, real-world learning experience related to your major or career field. Internships allow you to:

  • explore a career field and determine if it is a good fit for your skills and interests.
  • form relationships with professionals who may help you connect to other companies, organizations or experiences.
  • demonstrate work-related knowledge and skills which will increase your marketability for future internships and full-time positions.

INTERNSHIP REGISTRATION INFORMATION

If there is a possibility that your internship will put you in course overload, you must submit a completed and signed Request for Permission to Enroll for an Overload form to the registrar by the first day of the semester.

(Day School Students) – ACCT, ECON, FINC, MKTG, MGMT

(Day School Students) – BSCI, CRIM, Law & Society, PSYCH, SOC

(Day School Students) – All additional majors/minors excluding Architecture, Music Therapy, Education, and graduate students*

 (College of Continuing Professional Studies) – All majors/minors in evening and online programs  


* Architecture, Music Therapy, Education and graduate students should speak with their advisor regarding credit requirements and procedures for internship/practicum credit.

 


Site Supervisor Internship Handbook  

Faculty Sponsor Internship Handbook

According to NACE Job Outlook 2018 survey: 

"Employers cited internship experience with the organization as the top factor influencing their decision when choosing between two otherwise equally qualified candidates, followed by whether the candidate has internship experience within the hiring organizations's industry."


International Students: Check our tip sheet for information specific to international students.