It’s convenient if you don’t have a car, or you can limit commuting expenses if you
do. You also can maximize your time if you have a tight schedule. And you get all
the benefits of an off-campus internship.
Here’s how to start your search:
Step One: Identify Possible Sites
Think of TU as a small city with a variety of business and services
Where could you plug in to find the experience you desire?
Which office/service/program/department offers the environment you seek?
Where is a logical place for you to look and land?
Do you want to develop technical or transferable skills?
Role or industry-specific
Develop through class or work experience
Applied to many and new situations
Developed in a variety of experiences (class, work, co-curricular, leadership, volunteer,
Which settings offer opportunities to develop the desired skills and experiences?
There are a variety internships on campus in multiple settings to develop your skills
Intern P.R.O. – Preparing for Real Opportunity: Intern P.R.O. is an on-demand FREE tutorial with four easy-to-follow modules jam
packed with resources, tips, and tricks to help you navigate an internship. Learn
about professionalism, supervisor relationships, how to maximize the opportunity,
and reflect on the experience.