The CDAE Internship Program provides support for students interested in finding career-related internship experiences. Interns are supervised and supported by professionals in the field as well as our Internship Coordinator.
There are a variety of ways to find an internship including volunteering, searching online databases, networking, researching industries, and consulting an internship coordinator or advisor. If you're not sure where to start, schedule an appointment with our Internship Coordinator to receive one-on-one coaching.
Earn Academic Credit
An academic internship is a structured and supervised professional learning experience related to a student's field of study, within an approved agency, for which a student earns academic credit. CDAE students who are seeking academic credit for an internship experience can enroll in CDAE 296 to earn credit towards their major.
Internships help students gain relevant experience that they can apply to a future career.