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Internships offer students invaluable experiential education integrating classroom study with real world supervised career related training. Gain experience in your field, develop a professional network, strengthen your skills, and obtain career preparation assistance.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

How Does the Internship Program Work?

The SCATE Center coordinates and administers the internship program. SCATE is responsible for assisting students to develop internship employment opportunities and for referring qualified students to fill positions posted by participating regional employers.

SCATE’s internship program is a unique plan of education that integrates classroom study with paid and supervised career related education. Students participate off campus with local industry partners and gain invaluable skills and pay for their work. Once a student has secured an internship position, SCATE, the employer, and the student meets to complete the internship documentation and agreements.

What Internships are Available?

Internships are available in Engineering Technologies, Industrial Maintenance, Machine Tool, Automotive, HVAC, and Network Management Systems-Computer Information Technology disciplines.

After completing the online application, someone from the SCATE center will schedule a follow up appointment with you to discuss local internship opportunities and resume preparation.

What is Expected of the Student?

The student is expected to maintain good standards of performance and work relationships throughout the work period. Students are also expected to discuss any problems arising on the job with the student's employer, faculty advisor, or the internship coordinator.

In order to participate and enroll in internship education, the student must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • Completing at least 12 college credits
  • Receive faculty approval, advising
  • Secure clearances, if they are needed
  • Follow established processes and complete required paperwork
  • Qualify for risk management coverage
What Benefits Do Internships Offer?
  • An opportunity to gain valuable work experience relevant to the major area of study
  • An opportunity to formulate career goals and to develop confidence and maturity
  • Exposure to employers who may hire you permanently upon completion of your degree
  • An opportunity to work in laboratories or on equipment not available in the classroom
  • Professional references to add to your portfolio
  • Network Management Systems-Computer Information Technology

Internship Application

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. DUE-1003733. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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