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The University of Georgia Career Center Internship Guide UGA Internship Guide
 

Summary: The University of Georgia Career Center Internship Guide
UGA Internship Guide
What is an Internship?
How Your Organization Can Benefit From Having Interns
Getting Started-How to Create an Internship
Tips for Writing and Posting Your Internship
How The UGA Career Center Can Help Your Organization Recruit Interns
UGA Career Center Internship Contact and Posting Instructions
Academic Credit and Legal Issues
What is an Internship?
An internship is a temporary position for the student or recent graduate with an emphasis on
providing intentional learning objectives tied to the student's career goals or field of study. A
majority of internships take place in the summer but many are available throughout the year.
Internship programs can be found at private corporations, government offices, and nonprofit
organizations. They can be paid or unpaid positions and sometimes include academic credit for
the student.
How do Students Benefit from Internships?
Internships are very important in a student's career development. Through these assignments,
students can:
Determine if this is an appropriate career path.

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia

 

Collections: Biotechnology