INT 220 : Internship Experience II

This course offers students an additional opportunity to gain valuable work experience in a different or advanced position. It allows for further enhancement of professional and personal development and improvement in a range of career competencies that increase their overall success in the workforce including but not limited to critical thinking, communication, problem-solving, use of technology, and teamwork. INT 220 builds directly upon the internship learning experience acquired through INT 210, and better prepares students for a satisfying career in the complex and challenging workplaces of the future. Students seek information related to labor market trends, educational requirements needed for advancement in their careers, and professional organizations and networks in their field. Faculty and internship supervisors provide guidance, supervision, and assessment of established learning objectives and career goals. Students work approximately 8-12 hours a week in their internship position for a minimum total of 120 hours and must participate in class meetings as scheduled. Prerequisite(s): INT 210 and permission from the Experiential Education Center. Please contact EEC at to learn about the requirements in order to participate in INT 220. Instructional Support Fee applies.
1. Exhibit increased knowledge and skills related to the concepts and principles of a student's field of study 2. Apply knowledge of industry standards and organizational structures, culture, and ethics 3. Further demonstrate universally established career competencies (critical thinking, use of technology, written and oral communication, teamwork, etc.) 4. Increase awareness of self, others, and society across multiple contexts (personal, community, industry, and global). 5. Exhibit professionalism in a workplace setting 6. Further develop a network of professional contacts, mentors, and references. 7. Gain a deeper understanding of one’s field of interest as it relates to personal and career goals