An "internship" is defined as any work experience occurring at any point during college that accumulates a minimum of 120 hours of work within a six (6) consecutive month period, in which the student receives supervision and/or mentorship and in which the student applies their knowledge and skills learned during their time in college. An Internship may be paid or unpaid and may be for credit or not for credit. A student's work on their own start-up business qualifies as an Internship if it meets the other stated criteria.
- Internship Search Handout
- Advice and resources for seeking an internship.
- International Internships
- Interning full-time during fall or spring semester?
- What to do if you need to maintain student status during your time away from campus.
- Unpaid Internships/Course Credit
- Internship Success Stories
- The Office of Career Management has helped Fisher undergraduates find internship opportunities in a wide variety of industries across the country and around the globe. Read some of the internship success stories of past and current Fisher students.