Honors students may complete internships to earn credit towards their Experiential and Advanced Learning requirements. Honors internships include a research component and a deliberate learning agenda related to your major or career goals.
While TU is under COVID-19 protocols, where possible, students are strongly encouraged to participate in virtual/remote internships, clinicals, practicums, and service-learning. Decisions to permit in-person, for-credit experiential learning will be made on a case-by-case basis. You must contact the Faculty Director if your internship includes an in-person component for approval
To earn Honors credit for an internship, you should follow these steps:
You must obtain approval from the Honors College before your internship begins in order to receive credit toward the completion of your Honors College requirements.
The Honors College advocates on behalf of its students to cultivate and maintain relationships with employers who have offered internships to Honors students in the past. In addition, the TU Career Center provides access to internships through the Handshake database as well as regular internship fairs throughout the academic year.