| INTERNSHIP GENERAL INFORMATION |
| APPLICATION PROCESS |
Failure to meet a deadline or to submit a complete application will result in elimination from the internship program.
The application process consists of two parts:
1. A three-page student application form.
DUE: FEBRUARY 13, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.
2. Recommendations from two faculty members in Human Environmental Studies and/or your minor are (e.g. Business, Art) who know you well. Faculty members will return the recommendations forms directly to the Internship Coordinator.
DUE: FEBRUARY 13, 2014.
| INTERNSHIP POLICIES |
Obtain employment at an approved site.
Candidate must have successfully completed the internship class, AMD 330, with a grade
C of or better.
must be a declared major.
Candidate must accrue
300 working hours in order to successfully complete the internship program.
must be completed summer semester. THE REQUIRED NUMBER OF HOURS MUST BE COMPLETED BY August 7th . (SEE BELOW)
SUMMER (11): MAY 13 - AUGUST 7
A. BY MAY 27TH:
1. Must have site selected.
| INTERN EVALUATION |
Completion of the required number of hours.
| EVALUATION POLICIES |
The research paper and/or project, learning objectives, employee evaluation, and paycheck stubs must be
received by the Internship Coordinator no later than
August 7, 2014 .
If you are owed time (i.e. in between pay periods), have your supervisor write a note supplying the Internship Coordinator with the time you have/will have accumulated up to
August 7, 2014.
5 points per day late will be deducted from the research paper or project.
2 points will be deducted for each hour you fall short of the required 300 hours by the established deadline.
5 points will be deducted for each day the weekly e-mail communication is late. E-mail communication will be due by 12:00 each Monday starting the first Monday after beginning the internship.