The Internship Program at Bristol allows students the opportunity to apply classroom learning in a structured and supervised work-based setting. Students work 8-12 hours per week in their internship position for a minimum total of 120 hours and must participate in a weekly seminar. Internships are a great way to learn new skills, confirm academic and career goals, explore potential careers, develop a strong resume, and build a network of professional contacts.
The Experiential Education Center staff work with students to design an individualized plan that helps students find the right match with one of our many community partners. Students already employed in a related field can work with Experiential Education Center staff and their supervisor to earn credits for the experience. Students receive personal assistance with resume writing, interviewing skills, career and academic counseling, and developing professional communication skills.
In order to participate in the Internship Program, students must be in good academic standing and receive permission from the Experiential Education Center. Students earn 3 credits for this experience.
For more information, please visit the Internship Program webpage.