Philosophy Internship Advisors: Gordon Mower, firstname.lastname@example.org, Nate Rockwood, email@example.com, Justin White, firstname.lastname@example.org
Manager of Experiential Learning and Professional Development: Ben Drewry
- Develop internship: review possible sites, see other interns’ comments, contact site to determine if a position is available and that a qualified supervisor is willing and able to manage your training as well as report your progress.
- Review the Internship Policies
- Obtain Pre-Approval from department internship coordinator.
- Attend an internship meeting before beginning your internship. Apply for travel funds if internship is unpaid and off campus.
- Review How to Submit an Internship Application
- Complete the Internship Application. Check for the provider’s Master Agreement in the Master Agreement Database (at http://intern.byu.edu under Dept. Internship Coordinators tab). If missing, the internship provider can apply (http://intern.byu.edu).
- Register for the internship class, HCOLL 399R (the Kennedy Center will assist you if your internship is international). Credit hours are determined by internship hours: 1 credit = 42 hours of interning. The student needs to contact the Manager of Experiential Learning and Professional Development to have the manager register them for the class.
- Start internship. Complete all assignments as required by the internship class instructor. This will include a beginning and end Report, monthly Work Logs, and a Mid-Service, Final, and Site Evaluation.
- End internship. Complete evaluations: yours of the site, and of you (by the supervisor). Write a thank you letter.
- All international internships will be structured through the Kennedy Center. They will work with the Linguistics & ELang Department to approve your internship, vet the international location, and register you for your internship.
Questions? Send them to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com