About School of IAS Internships
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.
Before you commit to an internship, ask yourself:
- Why do I want to do an internship?
- What is my area of interest?
- How does the internship relate to my degree program?
- What do I want to learn from an internship?
- How much time can I commit to an internship?
PLAN AHEAD: Plan your internship at least one quarter before you expect to register for it. Start planning at the BEGINNING of the quarter — not at the end. Many internship applications have deadlines — especially internships with government agencies and large corporations.
Need more information about internships? Email an advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org
REGISTRATION TIMELINE: Your internship learning agreement must be submitted by the 10th day of the quarter to receive an entry code from the SIAS office. Please submit forms to email@example.com