Intern P.R.O. - Preparing for Real Opportunity
An on-demand FREE tutorial with resources, tips, and tricks to help you navigate an internship from start to finish
Students who graduate with internship experiences are more likely than students without those experiences to find employment upon graduation.
Depending on your course load and where you want to intern, you can complete an internship during the academic semester or over summer break. The earlier you start gaining experience, the better.
The more the merrier! Students who complete more internships have higher odds of gaining employment within six months of graduation.
Academic departments require or offer the option to receive academic credit for your internship experience.Learn more about Receiving Academic Credit
The Career Center connects students with employers for a one-day internship.Learn more about One-Day Internships
Complete an internship with a department at Towson University, right on campus.Learn more about On-Campus Internships
Combine your love of travel with an internship experience.Learn more about Internships Abroad
Find opportunities for undergraduate students to pursue advanced scholarly work in all fields of study.Learn more about Research Opportunities