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Undergraduate Research Program - Registration Open

The 5th Annual MSU Denver Undergraduate Research Conference: A Symposium of Scholarly Works and Creative Projects to be held on 4/22/2016 is now open for registration.  The deadline is 3/18/2016.  

Internship Program

Internships enhance the education of MSU Denver students by placing students in work experiences related to their academic major or minor.  The staff of the Internship Program works closely with students and employers to match the students' skills and theoretical training with positions in businesses, governmental agencies and non-profit organizations.  The Internship Program also works directly with faculty to ensure that internships meet the educational needs of our students.

Internship Preparation Class

Need an extra unit of credit?  Want more detail on finding and keeping a good internship?  We are offering a 1 unit class on finding an internship.  The class is offered every term.  Look for CPD 2380 - Finding an Internshp in the schedule.

TIP Online:  Our Internship Database 

TIP Online lists a wide number of internship positions for many different majors.   To have access to TIP (The Internship Program) Online, please do the following:

1.  Call 303 556-3290 and schedule an internship orientation appointment.

2.  Watch the Resume Video and TIP Tutorial Video.

3.  Open TIP Online using the link below.  Log in using the user name and password provided by the Internship Program staff.

4.  Upon login, agree to the Guidelines and Agreements by initialing the required statements. At this point you will see internship opportunities, but you will not be able to apply for them yet.

5.  Attend your orientation appointment with a draft resume.  After your appointment, and your resume is reviewed, you will be given full access and you can begin applying for internships. 

Log in to TIP here

Student Testimonial

"The Applied Learning Center has opened numerous doors for me.  I have pursued three internships through the program. As I am approaching graduation, I feel much more equipped for whatever jobs may come my way. The Applied Learning Center helped me to navigate the ins-and-outs of internships from building my resume to applying for academic credit.  My internships improved my technical skills and my soft skills.  I gained mentors who helped me to clarify my career path.  I gained professional references.  But best of all?  I gained friendships.  My internships not only provided insight into my future career path but also to who I am as a person and employee.

Kate West, MSU Denver Student