Student Internship Expectations

Before the Internship Begins

  • Submit learning contract (signed by internship placement supervisor and faculty evaluator) that specifies logistics of the internship and learning outcomes
  • Participate in session on professionalism development

During the Internship

  • Midterm timesheet submission
  • Midterm evaluation by internship placement supervisor
  • Participate in Midterm Workshop:  Résumé/LinkedIn profile, and discussion of student experience in internship
  • Update résumé and professional profiles (LinkedIn, DrewConnect) with internship information

At the End of the Internship

  • All students are required to produce these three items as the culminating pieces of their INTC 200 experience (to be entered into their ePortfolio, if available): 

 

    • One of the following Immersive Experience artifacts (to be evaluated by a faculty member:)
      • A poster (see template)
      • A video documenting and describing the experience
      • A Launch Community Blog
    • For major/minor requirement – consult with department chair
    • Answers to reflection questions (to be evaluated by a faculty member:)
    • Updated Résumé/LinkedIn summary segment 
  • Additionally, all students must submit a final verification of hours worked, and final performance evaluation.

Additional Questions

If you have any additional questions or need further support, please email interns@drew.edu.

Posted by Jennifer Islam
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