An academic internship is one of the most rewarding things you can do while you are a UW Tacoma student. Internships develop your problem-solving skills, sense of responsibility, and initiative — traits valued by employers and graduate schools.
PLAN AHEAD: Plan your internship at least one quarter before you expect to complete it.
ACADEMIC CREDIT: In order to receive academic credit, your internship must be pre-approved. Most students who complete an internship as part of a degree requirement intern 15 hours per week for the 10 week quarter to earn 5 academic credits. Work with the SIAS Internship Coordinator, your faculty and internship supervisor to create the right schedule for you.
Need more information about internships? Email the SIAS Internship Coordinator; email@example.com
REGISTRATION TIMELINE: Your internship learning agreementmustbe submitted by the 10th day of the quarterto receive an entry code from the SIAS office. Please submit forms to firstname.lastname@example.org