To register for a Internship Supervision, complete and submit the Undergraduate Registration form, found on the Registrar's Office Forms page. Registration begins March 1. For questions, call the Registrar's Office at 802.654.2571.
ID 498 Internship
Instructor: Paul Olsen (first session) or TBD (second session)
Mandatory informational meeting - If you are registered for this course you must attend the mandatory informational meeting - Thursday, May 4th, 2 PM in JM 166.
Description: If you are planning to do an academic internship this summer, register for ID 498. If you have previously taken or are currently enrolled in ID 498 or BU 498, register for ID 499. You must also secure an internship site and submit the required Internship Application to the Internship Coordinator by Friday, April 28, 2017. For more information on all internships, please contact Meg Sealey, Internship Coordinator at email@example.com or 802.654.2549.
Prerequisite: 2.0 GPA/Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors only/Internship applications must be submitted to the Internship Office before taking the course/Open only to students who have not previously completed or are not currently enrolled in BU 498 or ID 498.
ID 499 Internship
Description: The online Internship is designed to support the internship site experience and assist with the integration of learning from the theoretical to the practical by providing a means of reflection and learning. This course offers students the opportunity to share their internship experiences and concerns in a team setting and includes opportunities to develop personal and professional skills. Assignments and online discussions will be related to the internship experience.
Prerequisite: 2.0 GPA/Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors only/Internship applications must be submitted to the Internship Office before taking the course
MJD 413 Internship in Media Studies, Journalism and Digital Arts
Instructor: Allison Cleary
The online course runs June 1-July 31, and includes one on-campus day of workshops.
Mandatory Informational Meeting - Wednesday, April 12, 5 pm in JM 391
Description: Working in collaboration with media professionals at media organizations and in corporate and non-profit media, students put theory into practice by producing media in a professional work environment. Possible activities include producing and distributing media (websites, articles, films, brochures, multimedia), planning and staging media events; researching and evaluating public relations campaigns; and optimization studies. The internship gives students a practical context in which to examine and interpret issues and concepts they have studied in their Media Studies courses. This online course (June 1-July 31) includes one on-campus day for workshops.
Pre-requisite: Permission of Instructor required.