Gain experience. The CDAE Internship Program supports students find career-related internship experiences locally, nationally, and internationally. See what is is like to work for a nonprofit organization, startup, corporation, or goverment agency. Our Internship Coordinator is here to help you explore your options, make connections, and navigate the internship process from start to finish.
CDAE is a pioneer of UVM internship opportunities and our connections run deep. Our network is rooted locally and extends beyond the state. We are here to help students utilize our resources to find a rewarding and valuable internship.
Internship Spotlight: Vermont Craft Mead Company
“As someone who is studying Community Entrepreneurship, and who hopes to one day open a small brewery, the opportunity to work with a small company in the Craft Beverage industry, and to learn from the industry leaders in Craft Mead, was an incredibly valuable hands on experience.”
- Jake Gorton '19
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Earn credit. Internships may be for credit or not, paid or unpaid, part time or full time, and can be completed during the academic year or arranged during the summer. For-credit internships can be counted toward CDAE degree requirements with the approval of an academic advisor.
Apply skillset. Internships allow students to gain relevant, real-world experience that they can apply to a future career. Learn from our alums whose experiences as undergraduate interns led them to where they are today.
Unsure of where to find an internship? Need assistance contacting potential internship sites? Looking for help with your resume or cover letter? Click around on our website for resources and feel free to make an appointment with our Internship Coordinator who is available to guide and support you through the internship process. Already have an internship?
For Host Sites
If you are interested in being considered as a host site, please contact our Internship Coordinator. Alie can help connect you with student interns, brainstorm projects, and identify tasks that will benefit both the student and the host site.