Internships for credit:
Internships are a required component of some academic majors and an optional component of others. Each academic department determines its own policies and procedures regarding internships for credit. Students interested in finding out more should contact their academic department.
Internships not for credit:
Students do not need academic approval for non-credit internship opportunities. However, it is important to investigate internship opportunities carefully in order to ensure that the experience will be a valuable means of exploring or advancing their knowledge of a career choice. CACE, located in Willard Hall, Suite 103, can guide students in this process.
Internship resources at CCSU:
Some academic departments have their own resources for internship opportunities. In addition, CACE maintains a job & internship database, Central Connections. All students have an account in Central Connections. In addition, CACE provides internship search guidance and preparation, and information on other internship resources. The CACE internship coordinator is Cathy Sylvester, who can be reached at 860 832-1634 or email@example.com.
Information for Employers:
Employers interested in posting internships should contact the appropriate academic department and Cathy Sylvester in CACE. Department contact information is available through the A-Z index on the CCSU homepage. Cathy Sylvester can be reached at 860 832-1634 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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