What is an Internship?
An internship is a work-based learning experience related to your career goals and can be an important and impactful part of your career journey.
- Can be done for electives or required credit (depending on your major)
- Can be paid or unpaid
- Unpaid internships should be done for academic credit to provide you with worker’s compensation coverage
- Can be done full-time or part-time
- Can be done at public, private, non-profit, or government organizations
- Are great for clarifying your career goals, enhancing classroom learning with on-the-job experience, building your resume, acquiring skills, and creating your professional network
Where can I find an internship?
At the C2 Hub, we work with various platforms to post the most up-to-date internships and jobs. Some of those resources can be found below!
One of the first places where you should look for internships or jobs is Career Link. And remember: Career Link is more than just a job board…it’s a career management system designed to help you connect with employers interested in hiring MSU Denver students and alumni.
How Can I Get Prepared?
For support with resume creation/review, job/internship search tips, and interview prep, check out the C2Hub Resources page, linked below.
Career Lab: Drop-in for a quick resume review, job search questions and to learn about a variety of C2Hub resources.
Career Lab hours can be found using the link below.
Internships for Credit
The C2 Hub has a resource for any type of internship you would like to do during your time at MSU Denver, including one for class credit! Here, you can learn more about the benefits of completing an internship for credit, where to fill out an application, and how your next steps to prepare for this type of internship.
Student Conflict Resolution Services
While we anticipate your internship being an excellent experience, conflict is often unavoidable. Rather than let this disrupt your internship, use it as an opportunity to work on your conflict resolution skills. Below is an overview of a helpful resource provided to students who are experiencing such conflict.