Guidelines and Resources
Whether you're seeking your first job or trying to explore a career change, internships can be a valuable way to gain experience and make career decisions. Some internships may be unpaid, eligible for a small stipend, transportation reimbursements, etc. Others may pay an hourly rate. Career Services can help you determine the overall value of an internship and support you in your search.
Capstone Project Class
Students in the Online BS in Business program have the opportunity to complete their capstone requirement by participating in an Internship for credit. Whether it's in-person, online, or through phone counseling, Career Services provides support to students looking to identify opportunities to fulfill this requirement. *NOTE: Prerequisite for the Internship course for credit is the completion of 75 or more credits. Please allow 6-8 weeks of time to find your internship, and contact Career Services and your Advisor well in advance of the semester in which you intend to take the course.
Helpful information and links:
- US DOL Wage & Hour Division has issued guidelines regarding "Unpaid Internships" under the FLSA:
- Tutorial on Finding and Succeeding in an Internship
- Major Job Boards:
- Meta Searchers/Aggregators:
- Non-Profit/Public Service:
- Sites listing only Internships: