A research, scholarly, or creative internship as an undergraduate is a great way to explore a field, increase your professional skills, and develop a working relationship with a faculty member. Read the following for more information on pursuing an Interns-to-Scholars student internship.
Before you apply Accordion Open
To view the available internships, click here.
Before you apply for an internship, make sure you:
- Review available internship opportunities
- Read the project description carefully. Do you understand the project? Do you have a strong interest in the project?
- Consider your time commitments for the semester. Will you be able to devote the required number of hours over the course of the term? How high would this internship be on your “to do” priority list?
- Read the student FAQs to get additional information about the Interns-to-Scholars program
Completing the application Accordion Closed
To view available Interns-to-Scholars positions click here.
To apply for an internship, follow these directions:
1. Go to our online portal and sign in using your Louie login
2. Download and complete the Interns-to-Scholars Application Question Form which asks about your:
- academic and professional goals
- interest in the internship
- professional references
- completed Interns-to-Scholars Application Question Form
- your resume
- an unofficial copy of your transcripts
4. You may apply for up to three (3) internships. For each internship, you will need to upload a completed specific Question Form
View the PowerPoint presentation of the I2S Workshop which has screenshots on how to locate the I2S postings on our website and on Handshake.
Remember, select your top 3 to apply for!
After you apply Accordion Closed
After the application deadline has passed, faculty mentors will receive all applications for their internships to review and will arrange to interview their top candidates. Check your e-mail regularly and respond promptly to interview requests, even if you wish to decline the interview. Do NOT contact individual faculty or their departments about your application.
If you are selected for the internship, you will work with your faculty mentor to establish an internship contract that outlines all the expectations of the internship. This contract will be used to evaluate the success of the internship. The contract will include:
- Project goals (overall and student-specific)
- The amount of work per week
- Reporting requirements
- Confidentiality rights
- Intellectual property ownership rights
- Authorship rights
- Training requirements
The signed contract should be be submitted to the Program Assistant Manager by the end of the first week of the internship.
There will be no workshops for the Spring 2023 semester.